This is something I wanted to upload some time ago. When Clairo, Xavi and myself met the first time in Galway we said “let’s get together in a music band and let’s play in pubs!”. We had two months to acomplish that goal, because we were all going to go different directons after that. We reharsed, we had lots of fun… and we made it: We  played in Neachtain’s, The Salt House and Nimmos as well as in a few streets, parties and gatherings!

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I facepainted in the streets of the Rose of Tralee! In the four days the festival lasted I painted plenty of Spidermen, butterflies and roses! Have a look my special design for the festival!

This is a little show that I did in a friend’s house for her daughter and some friends. It is made out of paper and I improvised it in a couple of days. The kids liked it and were quite scared by the wolf….

Mother Goat telling the kids to not let anyone in the house

Part de darrera d'un teatre de paper de Seix i Barral

Hem estat al RITP, celebrat a la Xampanya  francesa. Entre copa i copa de xampany, durant 4 dies ens hem desplaçat a diferents poblacions de la regió d’Epernay, on hem assistit com a públic a molts espectacles que tenen com a denominador comú el paper. Què és el teatre de paper? Doneu un cop d’ull a aquest link per informar-vos sobre els seus orígens…

Després del festival hem participat en un taller on hem après diverses tècniques del Teatre de Paper amb Alain Lecuq i Narguess Majd, de la companyia Papiertheatre, organitzadors dels Rencontres, i els experts en aquesta forma a l’estat francès.

L’ultim cap de setmana de Març vam ser al Festival de Titelles de Lleida, on varem veure molts espectacles bonics i interessants: Traversees (Théâtre de l’Encouvert) , La Route (Anonima Teatro), Twin Houses (Cie. Mossoux-Bonté), Teatre dels petits elements (S.piel) i Xarop de Cargol (Cia Merce Rams Teatre d’ombres) en son alguns exemples. Passejant per les paradetes de llibres d’arts esceniques i artesans del titella ens vam topar amb uns cavallets ecologics! Bicis al poder!

In our storytelling session in Tralee Library, “Patim Patam Patum” told an Aesop fable: The Sun and the North Wind. The children are helping Sun to send warm rays to the woman so that she’ll remove her coat. It is a competition with the North Wind to see who’s stronger!