Young Audiences Series
The Young Audiences Series is for school age children. They have the opportunity to participate in activities that touch various artistic mediums while building their autonomy and creativity. These shows complement your lesson plans and support the provincial curriciulum learning outcomes.
All shows are presented in French.
Bookings : call 204.233.8972 or write to [email protected]
TAM TI DELAM
Tam Ti Delam welcomes you to discover, transmit and document the richness of the heritage of French-Canadian folk songs (chanson). The show will bring you on an enlightening journey into the marvelous world of great Canadian singer-songwriters who have marked the history of la chanson, including Gilles Vigneault, Claude Léveillée, Félix Leclerc, Lionel Daunais, Alan Mills, Joseph Beaulieu and La Bolduc. It will highlight their role in our cultural heritage.
The show stars six singers and musicians on stage under the direction of Paul Campagne, with music by Bill Gossage and Aleksi Campagne. Manitoba singers Annick Brémault and Geneviève Toupin will also be part of the show!
*A digital educational guide (in French only) will be available in September for teachers.
October 18 at 10:30 AM
October 19 at 12:30 PM
ATLAS GÉOCIRCUS – LE MONDE EST PETIT
Discover the new Atlas Géocircus show, Le monde est petit, focusing on the themes of travel, adventure and geography. Create new memories of traveling to distant lands, discover new spectacular circus acts and funny anecdotes on this trip without even having to leave your seat.
Bring your passports and prepare your suitcases for an adventurous take off with Atlas Géocircus!
January 24 at 10:30 AM and 12:30 PM
January 25 at 10:30 AM
In this show, the natural sciences are on display! You will learn to recognize the true nature of insects and critters in their real habitat.
Through laughter and music, Bill Bestiole will be presenting his insect friends to us so that you can conquer your fears and learn more about these domestic and exotic specimens.
May 2 at 10:30 AM and 12:30 PM
May 3 at 10:30 AM