Hakim Bouacha
11/10/2022 15/10/2022
  • Duration: +/- 1h15, spectacle en création
  • Location : Salle de l’Œil vert

Tonight, he wants to talk to you about love. The love we judge, the love we censor. He wants to talk to us about fighting, sexuality, gender, inequality, shame, exclusion, norms, himself… Because he has had enough of norms! Because in the Middle East, in the Maghreb region, in Europe, many members of the LGBTQ+ community are victims of physical or psychological attacks. Because he could have been one of them if his grandparents had not decided to leave Kabylia at the end of the 1950s. He has always wondered how people like him were able to live in oppressive nations. Live? To this end, he travelled to Morocco and Tunisia, where he collected testimonials. In return, he had to be honest with himself and with the people who shared their lives and their struggles with him. He had to do the same. He promised to write. To write until the end. About his childhood, about his relationships with men. He didn’t want to lash out, but to simply take accountability. His name is Hakim Bouacha and he comes from Roubaix. He never dreamed of sharing part of his life on-stage. It happened in spite of himself, as a testimonial. Because he would just like to talk about love. Just love.


Date Hour
Tuesday, October 11 8:00 pm
Wednesday, October 12 7:00 pm
Thursday, October 13 8:00 pm
Friday, October 14 8:00 pm
Saturday, October 15 7:00 pm


  • Plein tarif 15 €
  • 65ans+/Carte prof/Groupe10+ 15 €
  • -30ans/Pro/Dem.d'emploi 9 €
  • Groupe scolaire 8 €
  • -15ans 7 €
  • Etudiants Conservatoires Art de la parole 5 €




Bord de scène XL à l’issue du spectacle le mercredi 12



Écriture, mise en scène et interprétation Hakim Bouacha

Scénographie et dramaturgie Zouzou Leyens

Accompagnement mise en scène Joey Elmaleh

Coaching Sarah Brahy

Création lumière Olivier Arnoldy

Montage vidéo Nicolas Jans

Montage artistique Kevin Alf Jaspar

Mouvement scénique Laura Bachman

Regard extérieur Jacqueline Bollen

Réalisation décors et costumes Ateliers du Théâtre de Liège

Production Théâtre de Liège et DC&J Création

Coproduction Espace Magh et Théâtre National Wallonie-Bruxelles

Soutien Tax Shelter du Gouvernement Fédéral de Belgique, Inver Tax Shelter et W.M.E BV

Remerciements Weema Askri, Bouhdid Belaidi, Association Mawjoudin, Soufiane Hennani, Mohammed Kichini, Monia Lachheb, Wahid Ferchichi, Ali Bousselmi,  David Paternotte, Renaud Maes, Gurshad Shaheman, Rania Amdouni, Christian Saelens, Delegation Wallonie Bruxelles de Rabat, Abdellatif Nhaila, Jérôme Elglaoui, Achraf Remok, Hamza Boulaiz, Ali Zine, Marwane Fachane, Thierry Beriaux.



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