Léon Blum, une vie héroïque

Dance, Dinner Show, Theatre

Léon Blum, une vie héroïque

Dance, Dinner Show, Theatre - belfort

Léon Blum, une vie héroïque



"A participatory theatrical event. Because this evocation of the life of the man of 1936 is not - not only - a play. Indeed, in two times five hours, it portrays the figure of one of the most important French statesmen of the twentieth century. A man who embodied the social achievements of the Front Populaire, who was judged by Pétain's magistrates, deported by the Nazis, returned to the presidency of the council... Who never wavered, above all, who never compromised his ideals. Charles Berling embodies this extraordinary destiny with conviction and admiring tenderness. But what better way to convey the optimism, the euphoria even, that bathed France in '36? How better to convey it today in such a gloomy country? By rediscovering something of those events whose memory has (almost) been lost. So we'll be banqueting in the park on long communal tables: a republican banquet. Dancing under the lanterns: a popular ball. It's the most playful, but also undoubtedly the most effective way of invoking the ghost of a statesman who remains first and foremost a Man. With a capital letter", Charles Berling Châteauvallon Liberté, Scène nationale Toulon et Ollioules, France Adapted from the original France Inter podcast written and narrated by Philippe Collin

Opening hours

Saturday 1/06/24 from 2pm to midnight

The 01/06/2024

  • Samedi: from 14h00 to 00h00