What does KVS offer for the rest of the season?
From 21 October (subject to change) the normal programme is set to begin with the premiere of new work by Canadian choreographer Daina Ashbee: J’ai pleuré avec les chiens. We will also be showing new work by Manuela Infante and Michael De Cock with Jurgen Delnaet in the lead (Metamorphoses); dance creations by Ultima Vez (Hands Do Not Touch Your Precious Me) and Yassin Mrabtifi (Categoreez); and a major theatrical production by Carme Portaceli & Michael De Cock (Madame Bovary), featuring Maaike Neuville as Emma Bovary.
With Fire Will Become Ashes, But Not Now, Pitcho Womba Konga explores the work of American author James Baldwin – an extremely relevant performance given recent events. KVS also contributes to new work by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui and Hans Op de Beeck (Vlaemsch) together with La Monnaie and Eastman, and a creation by Ultima Vez and Seppe Baeyens (Birds). Of course the programme also contains many guest productions and collaborations, including Yellow by Luk Perceval and Pitcho Womba Konga’s yearly festival Congolisation.
Peeping Tom celebrates its twentieth birthday at KVS, its home and the place where it all began for the Brussels dance theatre company. They present the entire family trilogy Vader, Moeder and Kind, followed by a buzzing birthday party at KVS BOX.
Take a dive into our programme beyond KVS BREAKS OUT. You can find those performances on our website (under ‘Programme’) or in our e-brochure.