Pippo Delbono
La Gioia (Joy)
Theatre 
22-23 Mar 2019
Pippo Delbono
La Gioia (Joy)
Theatre 
22-23 Mar 2019
© Luca Del Pia

© Luca Del Pia

© Luca Del Pia

© Luca Del Pia

© Luca Del Pia

Pippo Delbono
La Gioia (Joy)
Theatre 
22-23 Mar 2019
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Pippo Delbono
La Gioia (Joy)

Pippo Delbono puts the whole world on stage. His productions rage, provoke, enthrall and move us to tears. With flamenco, flowers, paper boats, poetry and a Fellinian circus parade, this astonishing quest for joy affects all the senses and hits you in the heart. Hear one of todays's most distinctive artistic voices - recognised with theatre and movie awards across Europe.
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Pippo Delbono puts the whole world on stage. His productions rage, provoke, enthrall and move us to tears. With flamenco, flowers, paper boats, poetry and a Fellinian circus parade, this astonishing quest for joy affects all the senses and hits you in the heart. Hear one of todays's most distinctive artistic voices - recognised with theatre and movie awards across Europe.
A theatrical ode to joy, surprise and enchantment
by a poet of marginalisation and diversity

“The works of Pippo Delbono leave viewers alternately elated, drained, shocked and thoughtful.” The New York Times

Pippo Delbono puts the world on stage. His productions rage, provoke and move us to tears. They aim for the heart.

La Gioia highlights the consequences of living without understanding. It brings anguish and ecstasy to the stage, accompanied by paper boats, flamenco dance, flowers by the thousand and a circus parade worthy of the great Fellini.

Delbono is one of Europe's most distinctive artistic voices, in the firmament of Pasolini, Beckett, Bausch and Kantor. Following in the footsteps of theatre greats Peter Brook and Ariane Mnouchkine, he won the European Prize for New Theatre in 2009, and his films have garnered prizes at festivals in both Nyon and Venice.

Delbono's unique company joins professional actors with non-professional performers from the margins of society. His production La Gioia is an eighty-minute journey of surprise and enchantment. Embracing extreme feelings and the pain of the world, Delbono and his cast of misfits show us who we really are through ‘joy’.



Approx 1 hr 10 mins with no interval
Latecomers will not be admitted
Performed in Italian with Chinese and English surtitles
This production contains strobe light effects and smoking scenes
Introduction
A theatrical ode to joy, surprise and enchantment
by a poet of marginalisation and diversity

“The works of Pippo Delbono leave viewers alternately elated, drained, shocked and thoughtful.” The New York Times

Pippo Delbono puts the world on stage. His productions rage, provoke and move us to tears. They aim for the heart.

La Gioia highlights the consequences of living without understanding. It brings anguish and ecstasy to the stage, accompanied by paper boats, flamenco dance, flowers by the thousand and a circus parade worthy of the great Fellini.

Delbono is one of Europe's most distinctive artistic voices, in the firmament of Pasolini, Beckett, Bausch and Kantor. Following in the footsteps of theatre greats Peter Brook and Ariane Mnouchkine, he won the European Prize for New Theatre in 2009, and his films have garnered prizes at festivals in both Nyon and Venice.

Delbono's unique company joins professional actors with non-professional performers from the margins of society. His production La Gioia is an eighty-minute journey of surprise and enchantment. Embracing extreme feelings and the pain of the world, Delbono and his cast of misfits show us who we really are through ‘joy’.



Approx 1 hr 10 mins with no interval
Latecomers will not be admitted
Performed in Italian with Chinese and English surtitles
This production contains strobe light effects and smoking scenes