FRANCE - Intercultural clowning in South Western France
Monday 27 August to Saturday 1 September 2012

7 day residential - taught in English and French.

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A rare opportunity to work with one of the originators and teachers of our work, Bertil Sylvander is a founding member and director of the Bataclown.

This course is highly recommended to people who have some experience of our work. Participants on this course say that this course is unlike any other clown course they have experienced – and many keep coming back year after year. The workshop is set in the beautiful region of South Western France, near Toulouse.

It offers the opportunity for six English speaking participants (previously from Germany, UK and the US) to join six French participants to explore and celebrate their cultural differences through clowning. Expect good food, singing and music, human warmth, laughter and late nights. The playfulness and authenticity of clowning offers a safe and fun way to meet with what is new and unfamiliar in our lives. Discover aspects of French life and culture which no travelling or tourism could offer.

The course limited to 12 people.

Facilitators: Vivian Gladwell - Bertil Sylvander

Venue: click here to see map

Course fee: 390 EUROS

Full board and lodging: 285 EUROS
You do not need to reserve your accommodation and food. However, please bring euros to pay.

To book:£120 non-returnable deposit secures your place.

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You will emailed further details

Workshop begins at 14h30 on first day and finishes with lunch on last day (around 14h30)

Getting there:
The nearest airport is Toulouse, we will advise you on the easiest way to get to the venue.
Early booking will mean cheaper fares.