See you from 15 July to 4 September at the Ouvroir Sainte-Marie in Arthel.
On the programme in 2022:
Friday 15 July from 4 to 7 pm: Opening of the Christine Schwab painting exhibition
The exhibition remains open every day by appointment until September 4th.
Saturday 30 July at 8pm and Sunday 31 July at 5pm : Aline Pilon : la Vielle
This artist, well known in our region, offers you a discovery of her instrument, a journey of traditional music and talks and recitals.
Thursday 4 August at 8pm: "From the literary salon to the theatre workshop" at the Arthel arts centre.
Le Malade Imaginaire, Madame Sans Gêne, La Fontaine, Tardieu ...
Sunday 14 August at 5pm: Jean Dollet, storyteller of "Contes de ma besace
Wednesday 17 August at 8pm: Stage open to all with Jean Dollet's storytelling trainees
Friday 19 August at 8pm: "Angélique" film
Deafness and the decision: a cochlear implant or not?
Documentary film by Rose-Marie Loisy presented by the director.
Sunday 7 August at 5pm: "From the literary salon to the theatre workshop of the Arthel Artistic Centre (La Fontaine, Madame Sans Gêne, Le malade imaginaire, Ionesco, Tardieu, etc.)
Saturday 20 August at 8 pm: cinema "Histoires inachevées
A very recent fiction film by the great director-documentary maker Jacques TREFOUEL, a faithful friend of the Arthel festival.
They are in their early sixties... They loved each other forty years ago - he struggles to settle a dispute with his father, she buries her mother - they meet again...
With Anne Consigny and Louis Belvaux (in collaboration with Vincent Robert)
Closing of the festival: Concert by the "Lanthier'sisters
Sunday 4 September at 5pm - "Songs from all over the world" by three teenage sisters (guitar, piano, voice).
Free admission - Reservation required - Glass of friendship
For more information, please contact Annie Jeanneret on 06 18 09 68 39 or by mail