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Le Petit Chaperon Rouge

By
Compagnie Louis Brouillard

‘Listen closely with both eyes’: the spellbinding theatre of Joël Pommerat The Guardian

Le Petit Chaperon Rouge (Little Red Riding Hood) was the first of a trilogy of fairy tales adapted by French writer and director Joël Pommerat, and has been loved by audiences across the world. In this new interpretation, created for his young daughter to help her understand his work, Le Petit Chaperon Rouge is neglected by her mother and bravely faces the Big Bad Wolf on her own. Pommerat’s version of this classic story uses a blend of powerful minimal stage design and perceptive performance to present a show with his trade mark distinctive atmosphere. To be enjoyed by children, as well as adults, as they address the desires, fears, loneliness and freedom experienced while growing up.

 

Cast

The man who tells the story
Rodolphe Martin

The little girl, the grandmother
Valérie Vinci

The mother, the wolf
Isabelle Rivoal

 

Creative Team

Assistant Director
Philippe Carbonneaux

Set Design and Costumes
Marguerite Bordat

Set Design and Lighting Design
Éric Soyer

Set Construction and Supervisor
Thomas Ramon

Assistant Documentalist
Evelyne Pommerat

Sound
Grégoire Leymarie, François Leymarie

Technical Director
Emmanuel Abate

Sound Engineer
Yann Priest

Lighting Engineer
Cyril Cottet

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Performances:

Wed 17 – Sun 21 Nov 7.00pm.

Matinees: 2pm on 18 November & 4pm on 20 and 21 November

 

Tickets:

£32, £27 standard

£20 concessions

Under 16: £15

Age guidance: 8+

Running Time:

Approximately 45 mins

in French with English surtitles

Performances:

Wed 17 – Sun 21 Nov 7.00pm.

Matinees: 2pm on 18 November & 4pm on 20 and 21 November

 

Tickets:

£32, £27 standard

£20 concessions

Under 16: £15

Age guidance: 8+

Running Time:

Approximately 45 mins

in French with English surtitles

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