Théâtre du Risorius

Théâtre du Risorius

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while older children were delighted by the knicker-clad chickens pinging around the roof. from Nevers. a delightful little red caravan. Théâtre du Risorius Domaine de Moiry 58490 MOIRY tél : 03 86 21 29 82 risorius@wanadoo. shaking our prejudices in our view of the world. with slides. Beatrix Potter-style. which prompted one British family to throw their arms around each other and follow suit at the end.Théâtre du Risorius Garage Chapiteau VOLPINO Rating Theatre du Risorius have brought their own venue. but they are French). Comfortably seated on the terraces of the small "roulotte spectacle". gave us. in knitted suits and mufflers. Tiny details thrilled the three-year-olds. This show is an absolute gem. A whole troop of foxes and rabbits shows us a world that is back to front and reversible.. but the one that the Théâtre du Risorius. when they set up their "Roulotte-Spectacle" in the gardens of the Natural History Museum. while dad’s out of sight. on how to skin and cook it. Here the animal is King. Volpino is a fox cub whose dad hauls in a dead-looking rabbit and starts a lecture. and parked it in Princes Street Gardens. There were a suspicious amount of adults there without any children at all. It contains a wealth of scenic effects. croons along in gobbledegook French and animates each character beautifully. features a family of foxes who left the fields to try their luck in the city. enclosing us in a warm universe.fr www. You could tell it was French by the copious amount of inter-species kissing. Thierry Dupré. it is a children’s show. I think this might become a cult show.. Edwina Livesey The Magic Caravan There is no lack of quality shows about. (yes. the subject of wild animals who leave the country for the town suddenly appears quite down-to-earth. create mayhem in a miniature town and swing through a surreal shed of elasticated chickens.fr 6 .risorius. They fly round the moon. The charming puppets are slightly old-fashioned and dressed. is miraculous. Volpino and Lapinot become great pals. The story. Happily the rabbit is only stunned and. It forms a snug little den for the audience and the furry puppet performers. The puppeteer.

in knitted suits and mufflers. Volpino and Lapinot become great pals.risorius. If that sounds sentimental.Théâtre du Risorius Théâtre du Risorius have brought their own venue. on how to skin and cook it. THE SCOOTSMAN | 8th August 2001 Volpino . a delightful little red caravan and parked it in princes Street Gardens. And the detailed lesson from the father fox in how to kill and eat a rabbit. who befriends the rabbit he is expected to kill. while older children were delighted by the knicker-clad chickens pinging around the roof.fr www. Puppeteer and director Thierry Dupre made a welcome return to the Fringe with the story of a young fox. Tiny details thrilled the three-year-olds. Beatrix Potter-style. There were a suspicions amount of adults there without any children at all. There were some glancing visits to a couple of prickly issues. croons along in gobbledegook French and animates each character beautifully. You could tell it was French by the copious amount of inter-species kissing. It forms a snug little den for the audience and the furry puppet performers. put the friendship into a context more meaningful than some similar stories for children.Théâtre du Risorius STANDUPCOM MAGAZIN | Tuesday August 14th 2002 Edinburgh : Volpino. I think this might become a cult show. This is an enchanting and thought-provoking show for children of all ages. They fly round the moon. which prompted one British family to throw their arms around each other and follow suit at the end. Volpino is a fox cub whose dad hauls in a dead-looking rabbit and starts a lecture. (yes. Simple but good special effects were used . it was not. Theatre du Risorius has been touring for 17 years . it is a children's show.and its experience shows. Happily the rabbit is only stunned and. Volpino. using vocal sounds rather than words to convey a gamut of emotions ranging from sadness to elation. the garage chapiteau This enchanting Theatre du Risorius puppet show in its little red caravan beside a merry-go-round at the foot of Edinburgh Castle was a delight. even though the audience knew the youngster was having a great time with Volpino.such as chickens on rubber ropes to make a hen house disco which flew out across the audience. The charming puppets are slightly old-fashioned and dressed. Thierry Dupré. while dad's out of sight. but they are French). create mayhem in a miniature town and swing through a surreal shed of elasticated chickens. The bereft face and voice of the mother rabbit as she searched for her missing bunny was poignant. with slides.fr 7 . What made the show special was the ease and skill with which Dupre brought the characters to life. Jane Ellis Théâtre du Risorius Domaine de Moiry 58490 MOIRY tél : 03 86 21 29 82 risorius@wanadoo. The puppeteer. although comically presented.

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