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.h.g. “Hänsel and Gretel”


a theatre installation in 9 rooms

Entry for ages 10+ and by prior booking only
No wheelchair access

Delhi, September 4-8,
Oddbird Theatre, tickets here
Pondicherry, September 19-21
Chennai, September 26-28
Goethe Institut,
on bookmyshow soon
Bangalore, October 2-6
Bangalore International Centre,
on bookmyshow soon

.h.g. translates the fairytale into an experience that is both aesthetical and sensorial. It a story made of sounds and silences, bones and flesh, food and hunger; a story with both a clean and ferocious smell. It is a story about home, then about forest, then again home. It is the story of two children who go into the thick of the forest holding hands.

.h.g. is a reading – and revision – of the classical fairy tale Hänsel and Gretel, in the shape of an installation where theatre and visual arts merge. The spectator walks through 9 different physical-sensory rooms accompanied and guided by earphones. Each room is a world on its own, a passage into universes suspended halfway between reality and dream.

Trickster-p arises out of the encounter of Cristina Galbiati and Ilija Luginbühl and is an artistic research project which pushes at the boundaries and is at the crossroad of different art forms. Based in Switzerland, Trickster-p uses innovations and technology to customise immersive theatre experiences

Concept and Realisation : Cristina Galbiati & Ilija Luginbühl
Production : Trickster p

Executive Producer : Sandbox Collective
Supported by : Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia

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