Events - 13/09/2015

Theater

Blockbuster

From25 Feb on3 Mar 2016

Salle de la Grande Main

Nicolas Ancion / Collectif Mensuel

After their successful collaboration in L’homme qui valait 35 milliards, the Collectif Mensuel and Nicolas Ancion are coming back much to our delight.

Expositions

Exhibition Eric Derkenne

From27 Sep on10 Dec 2015

Salle des pieds Légers

The MADmusée is a guest at the Théâtre de Liège

Vernissage on Sunday 27.09 at 1pm

Meetings

Club de lecture du Goethe

The25 January 2016

Salle Vive

Caroline Lamarche

After winning of the Prix Rossel for Le jour du chien, éd. Minuit 1996, Caroline Lemarche has published some novels and short stories for the radio or the stage and some unclassifiable st…

Meetings

Les lundis de l’Alliance française

The27 February 2017

Salle de la Grande Main

Bernard Pivot

Every month, on one Monday at 6pm, the Théâtre de Liège welcomes the guests of the Alliance Française de Liège: writers, poets, playwrights, historians, scientists,… as long as they underlin…

Meetings

Philostory I

The11 April 2016

Salle de la Grande Main

Blockbuster
with the philosopher Patrice Maniglier

The 2015-2016 season is an opportunity to experiment the direction of new encounters: for one evening, a philosopher is invited to converse with an artist on a show. Their points of view allow the …

Concerts

Sono Pasolini

The13 October 2015

Salle de la Grande Main

Giovanna Marini et le choeur Arcanto
Opening night of the festival Voix De Femmes #12

Giovanna Marini, a musician, singer and ethnomusicologist, is one of the greatest female voices in the field of world music. She was invited in Liège for the first time in 1992, on the occasion of…

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Passions humaines

The13 October 2015

cultuurcentrum, Hasselt

Guy Cassiers / Toneelhuis

At the end of the nineteenth century, Jef Lambeaux sculpted his colossal relief called Human passions, which was very controversial among conservative spheres.

Meetings

BiLA

The27 April 2017

Salle de la Grande Main

The seminary of the imaginary

A cycle of lectures, open to everyone, to (re)discover the great figures of popular fiction.