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Storytelling show - As part of Petites Histoires des Vosges du Nord Season 3 Episode 11

"Ça va, la terre?" - Contes garantis sans OGM - Emmanuelle Filippi Hahn, Cie Perles d'histoires
E. Philippi
A penultimate show in the Petites Histoires season, like a question mark. Storyteller Emmanuelle Filippi-Hahn takes a humorous approach to the theme of ecology and the turbulent relationship between man and nature in her organic tales, which are by turns wonderful, gritty, tender, funny and downright offbeat. A non-GMO storyteller with a world that's both lucid and zany.

Les Petites Histoires is a series of 10 storytelling events at sites and museums across the region. Offered by the Parc des Vosges du Nord, this program transforms places of interest into places of entertainment. Naked-voice, strolling, sometimes in ritornellos, the art of storytelling blossoms in all its forms, weaving words into special moments and encounters...
Events for young and old alike, an invitation to rediscover our wonderful heritage with the whole family!

FREE - Registration required (places are limited)
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Museum details

4 rue de l’Ecole
+33 3 88 80 91 08
Free entry with the Museums-PASS-Musées
On 06 October 2024
Sunday: 15:00-16:00

48.936836, 7.827569

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