Sortie Théâtre - Nickel (Voguing)


24 Jan 2020 20:00
→ 24 Jan 2020 22:00
Caélif Etudiants Lgbt+
Nouveau théâtre de Montreuil
10, place Jean-Jaurès - Montreuil
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🌈 2020 is off to a good start 🌈

Le Caélif is organizing a theater outing in partnership with the New Théâtre de Montreuil on 24/01 to see Mathilde Delahaye's new creation on the theme of voguing! At the end of the performance, a meeting will take place with the director and her team!

"Nickel" is the story of the Nickel Bar, an old nickel extraction factory and new disco bar, place of voguing. This play was born from the meeting between the director and Parisian sailors.

👉 Seat prices: 8 € per person
This is a price negotiated by Caélif, in order to take advantage of it you must take your ticket here: https://www.helloasso.com/associations/caelif-etudiant-es-lgbt/evenements/sortie-theatre -caelif-nickel-piece-on-voguing

📍 Date and place: New Montreuil theater, Friday January 24

👀 Discover the teaser of the show here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=okYCv25Lpes&feature=youtu.be


🦋Extraits🦋

"The Nickel Bar is a disco bar, open every evening except Monday, from ten to four in the morning. Located on the border of the black district, it was once exclusively reserved for blacks. And then, with the appearance of acrobatic dances, of which the Nickel Bar was very quickly the consecrated territory, we could not refuse entry to non-black specialists who claimed to measure themselves against the usual clientele. There was even a moment when, because of its competitions and its demonstrations, the Nickel Bar almost became a fashionable place, and some posh people risked two or three times on the spot, to be able to boast about it later. But it never became a fashionable place, for the simple reason that the owner has always refused to install air conditioning; in all seasons, the indoor temperature rises from thirty degrees in the early evening, to fifty degrees in the early morning; three large fans brew softly t look humid and scorching, and there’s not even a locker room where you can leave your clothes. "
Extract of the play, New Theater of Montreuil