• Saturday, 20 March, 2021 - 11:00
  • Sunday, 21 March, 2021 - 11:00


Showroom 1

A project developped at the Théâtre de Liège by Edith Bertholet and Sébastion Hanesse


A co-presentation from Spring 1030, Théâtre de Liège and Théâtre 140


  • in French
  • 3-12 years
  • price: free
  • mandatory reservation:
  • duration: +/- 60min


© Julie Nowak

A drag queen, a drag king, a book, an attentive child and an adult by its side.


How can we reflect on the notion of gender through literature, music, poetry, words and colours when we are still young? They don't change their skin to enchant us, they just change their costume. How to approach these complex subjects when you still have a lot of glitter in your eyes? Well, it depends. The reading Unique en son genre (one of a kind) is an opportunity for young children to open themselves up to the complexity of individuals. An invitation to dialogue that recalls the reality and beauty of diversity.


The artists:

Cleo Victoire was born by chance on a summer evening. Since then he has revealed himself as a highly versatile person with a penchant for transformations and metamorphoses that are as diverse as they are varied.  What guise will he reserve for you for this reading?


Mandarine Deleau reveals her ardour and beard to one and all just as the whim takes her. Under her magnificent airs of Dra(g)ma Queen, she yearns to intoxicate and charm you during her intimate readings. It is under the spotlight of her listeners' astonished gaze that she reveals herself and abandons herself.