Unfortunately, due to Covid-19 restrictions Théâtre du Soleil’s performance of L’île d’Or Kanemu-jima has been cancelled. The performance, led by led by 35th Kyoto Prize laureate Ariane Mnouchkine would have been the companies first performance in Kansai and in Japan in twenty years. Although the performance is cancelled, a screening will be held at ROHM Theater Kyoto to introduce the fifty-year history of Théâtre du Soleil.
10.1 (Fri) 19:00
Free admission (reservation required) Book the event on ROHM Theatre Kyoto website ☞
Théâtre du Soleil
Founded in France in 1964, Théâtre du Soleil is based at La Cartoucherie, a former munitions factory located in a Paris suburb. Known for its visually spectacular productions as well as its uniquely non-hierarchical management style and collaborative approach, it has presented its work across the world. It first toured to Japan in 2001, staging Tambours sur la Digue at the New National Theatre, Tokyo, and causing a stir with its bold use of bunraku puppet theatre.
Presented by ROHM Theatre Kyoto (Kyoto City Music Art Cultural Promoting Foundation), Kyoto City