Music, theater, comics: our picks of outings in Tarn this week
Every week, La Dépêche du Midi presents a selection of can’t-miss events and shows for Tarn. Concerts, fairs, festivals… Plans are good to be consumed without moderation.
“All the seas of the world”, the Tarn crossing of a funny rocker
A real show, based on rock’n’roll and good humor. This is what awaits us with the “All the sea in the world” concerts stopping this week in Técou, Puygouzon, Carmaux, Saint-Juéry and Lautrec. Tour along the Tarn which will end on January 14th. With this creation, artist Alexis Delmastro returns with his solo group and new work in his drawings.
Musical summaries, songs with finely crafted lyrics, revisited rock’n’roll, and a perfect sense of derision: “All the seas of the world” feel free to make us take bladders for lanterns. With talent, he takes us places we least expect. Are we really going to the concert?
Rabasten. Theatre: “Sustainable development? And will it last long? »
Friday, January 6th, Halle in Rabastens hosts a light comedy that aims to make us think about the world. Because the best way to approach a broad subject is to start by laughing at it, the drama “Sustainable development? And will it last long? talked to us about ecology with a smile on his face.
On stage, with the associated troupe of the Comédies Pyrénées, everyone took it for their rankings. Between those who want to set sustainable development in motion but in an absurd and coercive way, those who oppose it because they don’t want to change their habits, and those who disagree for no particular reason: maybe it’s time to understand that we’re all in the same boat.
Villefranche-d’Albigeois. Discover the Middle Ages through comics
At the start of the year, the Jean Jaurès Media Library in Villefranche-d’Albigeois offers fun events to discover history in a different way. Right in the heart of medieval Tarn life, the comic exhibition “Middle Ages, the whole Tarn story” takes us.
Funny and original pictures, quirky dialogues and references for all generations will take on the main phases of the Middle Ages in France and more specifically in the department. All accompanied by comments from Ratson, the Departmental Archives mascot.
The exhibition is free to enter during media library opening hours, as well as on Sundays from 14:00 to 18:00. It will end on January 25th.
Dancing on Albi’s National Scene with “Inventory”
Welcomed to the Grand Théâtre stage on Friday 6 January, the “Inventory” program traces back the writings of the great choreography that marked the last 30 years. Combining dance and dialogue, this journey through the history of contemporary dance is led by a man and a woman. With humor and skill, the two dancers recount their own journey and revisit major parts of the international choreographic repertoire.
From sketch to sketch, they make us vibrate to the beat of an impetuous, plural, and fundamentally modern dance. A journey to discover the world’s dance, intended for all audiences.
Mathieu Sempree in concert at Alban Church
The tenor with a powerful voice, known as a member of the famous Stentor group, Mathieu Sempree will give a concert at Notre Dame Church on Saturday 7 January. A unique gathering of its kind, because it is with the Gipsy musicians that he will be performing. At a confluence of lyrical sound and gypsy music, the selected repertoire includes the essence of Spanish, French and gypsy songs.
From Besame Mucho to Historia de un Amor via Bamboleio and Jobi Joba, a show of great energy seems to be waiting for us.