Stories, theater music… our guide to walks in the Tarn this week

Every week La Dépêche du Midi brings you a selection of unmissable walks and shows for the Tarn. Concerts, exhibitions, festivals… Good plans to consume without moderation.

“Feast of Tales” on the Café du Bord du monde menu

Many artists pass by the Café du Bord du monde in Salvagnac. Shows, exhibitions and concerts abound in this small cafe and offer joyful moments of sharing. On Saturday, January 28, at 6:00 p.m., the evening will take place accompanied by the storyteller Geneviève Puech.

In the program, a delicious “feast of tales” led by the people. Professional storyteller, lover of stories and imagination, Geneviève Puech offers à la carte tales: on the journey she offers, the people choose. Traditional fairy tales, fairy tales from here and from other places, beautiful, funny: they all open the door of dreams for young and old.

Info: January 28 at 9 p.m. at Café Au bord du Monde (12 people from Jean Jaurès Salvagnac); 05 63 55 14 52.

Ulysses stops in Graulhet for a show for young audiences

The company presents a funny and visual show designed for the first discovery of this mythological monument.

On Sunday 29 January, the company offers “Rhapsodies nomades” at the Salle du Foulon
Relive the incredible odyssey of Odysseus. Sitting on a makeshift raft, two actresses play the Greek hero and retell his crazy saga. Armed with puppets and a briefcase full of resources, they make us tremble to the rhythm of his trials, laugh at his incredible adventures and dream as he travels.

Through the constantly updated paper scenery, we drag ourselves into the whirlwind of painting: flocks of sheep, a raging sea or a roaring storm. Mythology revisited with wit and poetry aimed at the whole family from age 5.

Information: 29 January Foulon, place de l’Odéon – Graulhet 05 63 42 85 50 /

Albie. GMEA seeks to explore the musicality of languages

Julien Meyer, linguist and bioacoustic, us at Frigo

Julien Meyer, linguist and bioacoustic, will introduce us to the “language of birds” in Frigo.

For this new edition of Sound Week, the Albi National Center for Music Creativity (GMEA) is offering a series of free sessions from 24 to 29 January. Concerts, plays, workshops and radio shows will take over the city and challenge our soundscape.

This year, GMEA decided to build its programming around the “voice of languages”. The structure questioned the musicality hidden in all languages: how do they resonate when we listen to them as simple sound phenomena without considering their meaning? Six meetings at the Théâtre des Lices, the Frigo, the GMEA, the university will allow us to experience this.

Information: from January 24 to 29 in Albi – 05 63 54 51 75;

“Let’s sing under the roof” comes to Gaillac and Labruguière

Clément Bertrand will be accompanied by Chloé Girodon on cello.

Clément Bertrand will be accompanied by Chloé Girodon on cello.

For many years, “Singing under the roof” has led to unique meetings throughout the region. Concerts are chosen by the public and held in … public. “Let’s sing under the roof” tells the story of beautiful musical and human encounters in many genres and styles.

This weekend, the versatile artist Clément Bertrand will introduce us to his sensitive and faithful universe. Poet, singer, storyteller, musician, he returns to the stage with his new work “Second Tiger”, which combines rock energy, electro sounds and the verb outside.

Info: On Friday, January 27, at 9 p.m., he will be welcomed at Giselle and Daniel’s in Labruguière (reservations: 06 15 85 90 16). Appointment at Salon Articole de Gaillac (05 63 81 78 33) on Saturday 28 January at 19:00.

“For better or worse”: theater along the Tarn

Marie-Magdeleine is here

Marie-Magdeleine creates her third work here, after “Family comes with food” and “GRAIN Histoires de fous”.
Justapics – F.FERRANTI

Acclaiming multiple members of a sibling, actress Marie-Magdeleine feels the fragile and complex bonds that bind us to those we love. Accompanied by a musician, he carries the voices of the missing and the survivors, bringing together the sorrows and joys that tear apart a family’s life. The creation of “Tant bien que mal” leads us into the tangled labyrinth of our human relationships.

From January 24 to February 4, the show will tour the halls of the department. Visit Saint-Juéry, Monestiés, Salvagnac, Saint-Sulpice, Réalmont, Cunac, Carmaux, Graulhet, Gaillac and Les Cabannes.

Information: from January 24 to February 4 – 05 63 38 55 56.

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