Circus Show on Migration/Climate Change in Brussels

By EEB (European Environmental Bureau)
29 October 2021  

TOUR & TAXIS – Eight artists and acrobats, four musicians, an impressive scenography and many stories to tell. After a tour of 10 European countries, the contemporary circus company MagdaClan is coming to Tour&Taxis in Brussels from 10 to 13 November to offer you an artistic experience full of reflections on migration and global warming.

With the support of the European Environmental Bureau and the Association of Local Democracy Agencies, the artists of MagdaClan want to engage the public in understanding the complex relationship between climate change and migration and create a movement of informed people ready to change their lifestyle and demand new development policies. 

They will stage a dramatic representation of the climate crises taking place in different corners of the world, posing as entire populations brought to their knees by floods, melting Arctic permafrost, desertification and fires. How will artists deal with these realities, with just a few objects and words?

Be part of the change!

Join us at Tour&Taxis on 10/11/12/13 November, 7.30pm, free, CST and registration required, link at the bottom.

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