Art&tça / 17/02 at 20.45 & 18/02 at 17.15 (+ debate) (Salle B16-St Luc)

►Durée : 1h20 /


Seeking to understand the decline in family farming, two actors, one the son of a farmer, have undertaken a vital project in documentary theatre. They have harvested testimonies from a peasant reality which have their effect. Nourrir l'Humanité c'est un métier [Feeding humanity is a professional job] reminds us that behind this apparently commonplace action – eating – are hidden poignant stories of men and women who have an infinite love of life and living.  

An overwhelming spectacle of humanity, combining reality with humour and poetry…On the stage, with a great deal of respect Charles and Valérie bring to life farmers whom they have met to construct their show.” Le Soir

“A cry of love and distress… The urgent story of the catastrophic state of farming.”
La Libre Belgique
A meeting is planned for after the show, attended by farmers and experts in agricultural issues.


Collective creation / Design, writing and interpretation: Charles Culot and Valérie Gimenez / Writing and direction: Alexis Garcia / Assistant director: Camille Grange / Artistic adviser: Jos Verbist / Stage manager: Jean Louis Bonmariage / Sound and video manager: Amélie Dubois/ Florian Braibant / Costume creation: Annabelle Locks / Administration: David Daubresse & Camille Grange / Prod.: Cie Art & tça / Coprod.: Théâtre National/Wallonie-Bruxelles, Ministry of Sustainable Development / With collaboration of the Théâtre Antigone/Courtrai / With the help of the Ministry of Culture, the Province of Liège, the Province of Luxembourg, the Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles and the Loterie Nationale With support from the Ministry of Agriculture, the Brussels-Capital region, the MWB, the FGTB Charleroi, the FUGEA and WBI, and La Chaufferie-Acte1 / © Olivier Laval.