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Metajingle: The Postman does not wait for the Rising Tide | Bonjour India

Date/Time
Date(s) - 11/01/2018 - 12/01/2018
All Day

Location
St Paul's Cathedral

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This multidisciplinary theatrical event is centered on a correspondence between
poet and dancer. Meera Nair from Kerala will provide live readings of her letters.
The stage scenery is formed from the collective work following French visual artist
Patricia Nichols’ interaction with visual artists from Kerala. The sea is a blank page
where a narrative written by two voices emanating from two distant shores comes
to life. Imaginary cargoes pass these two ports.

The postman is incarnated by French dancer and juggler François Chat, performing
alongside Indian musicians. From one continent to the other, through waves and
tides, currents and winds, this figure carries the messages being exchanged. He is
the messenger linking these two shores, two cultures, two languages, and two ways
of seeing.

This project is an original creation of Alliance Française de Trivandrum and Les Parvis Poètiques.

This program will be showed twice time on:

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Thursday, 11th January

At St Paul’s Cathedral
1A Cathedral Road, Kolkata
From 4:30pm to 5:30pm

This multidisciplinary theatrical event will open and will be part of the French Sessions taking place in
Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival (AKLF) 2018

Free and open to all.

More information on
http://www.kolkatalitfest.in/

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Friday, 12th January
At Chandernagore Strand
At 6:00 pm onwards

On the occasion of the Closing Day of the Know Your Indo-French Heritage, Co-Creation Workshop.

The Ambassador of France in India, Mr Alexandre ZIEGLER and officials from the West Bengal Government will be present.

More information on
https://www.facebook.com/Heritage-People-of-Chandernagore-694277737365318/

Free and open to all.