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14th, 15th, 16th July
The programme for the 14th-15th-16th July shows and debates is online
Ticket office is now open !

Workshops are full ! Applications for workshops are now closed.
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This year, artists come from Greece, Brasil, Germany, Danemark, Argentina, Belgium and France.
They will lead workshops in various artistic fields, such as : Theater, Dance, Tanztheater, Story-telling, Singing, Living art exhibition, ...

Learn more about Le Manifeste watching this movie shot in 2012 and directed by Anne Cordier et Pierre Mahé



Le Manifeste 2012 par teleQuartiers

Fundamentals
Le Manifeste is 10 days of extra-ordinary artistic encounters distributed all over the "Côte d'Opale" coast, where artists from different parts of the world work together with local people to set the world on stage once again.
Believing that art can transform human beings is the utopia of Le Manifeste, for bodies are made to dance and heads to think.

Le Manifeste is an artistic and political empowerment tool which takes its roots in the liberty values inherited from the 20th century.
Faced with a world whose governance is opaque, it is a means to open eyes and minds through exchanges between local people and artists, away from market values and one-way media trends.
Le Manifeste looks towards solidarity and equity. It offers a collective way for everyone to reclaim his own fantasy and imagination, to restore hope through arts practice and new encounters.
Le Manifeste is both an experimentation room for artists and a place for local people to discover new creation process.
Le Manifeste is a space-time continuum where the process is preferred to the result. Artists will breach the unknown alongside with local people from various backgrounds in order to find new paths and new theatrical forms, as a projection of the world’s evolution.