- Free seating.
- For ticket reservations for people in wheel chairs, please contact us before purchasing a ticket (due to the technical layout of the tent capacity is limited) via firstname.lastname@example.org
- We ask all visitors to come in time. After the show starts, it is not possible to enter the chapiteau even if you present valid ticket.
- Forbidden entrance under 6 years old, older children only with parents. The show is intended for an audience from the age of 14 years upwards.
We kindly ask you to respect the parental advisory age recommendations. They are essential to the safety of the artists and the comfort of all our festival guests.
Why can’t I attend an evening show with a child under the age of 6?
- We respect the age recommendation of the troupe.
- The shows are technically demanding, there is often loud music and the artists need to concentrate. Based on our experience and feedback from both visitors and artists we know that pre-school children may disrupt the performance with noise or because they need to unexpectedly leave the tent. This can be dangerous for the artists and unpleasant for the audience as it disturbs their experience.
- Once you leave the show, you will not be allowed to come back.
Strong and fragile, harsh and noble, sometimes dark and interlaced with subtle humour…
The latest performance by the Belgian Théâtre d’Un Jour works with several artistic forms, expressive means and emotions. The result is a multi-layered show that will literally get under your skin and the memories of it will stick with you for a long time after you leave the chapiteau with a smile on your face.
The acrobatic trio comes back to Letní Letná after eight years since their last triumph here. Back in 2011, still as members of Compagnie XY, they captivated the local audience with their acrobatic numbers, elegant pirouettes and somersaults and seemingly never-ending human pyramids. This time they are collaborating with the soprano Julie Calbete whose voice will guide you through the whole show while adding a new dimension to it.
The director and artistic director of the performance, Patrick Masset, has managed to combine acrobatics, opera, dance and theatre with incredible naturalness.