The newsletter In Geneva In English presents cultural activities that can be enjoyed by English-speakers without any knowledge of French.
January 2017, issue #37
Foofwa d’Imobilité et Jonathan O’Hear
In/Utile : Incorporer
In the era of reproducibility and copy-paste, the authentic choreographic gesture lies in the heart of Incorporer, second part of the Utile/Inutile project, made for a new group of young professional dancers. Their suggestion, in order to find new ways to attain fulfilment in dancing, will be commented by the blind artist Sylvie Raphoz and Foofwa from Imobilité, set in an ingenious stage production by Jonathan O’Hear.
11-21 January, 8.30 pm, salle Eaux-Vives ADC
Swimming resolutely against the tide of standardized cinema, innovative and self-confident, Black Movie offers a ten-day program of emerging talents and established film-makers whose work hasn't yet been screened in Switzerland.
20-29 January 2017
Festival Antigel 2017: A 24-Day Adventure
Festival Antigel will continue its exploration with a 24-day artistic journey through 22 municipalities featuring 104 shows spread across 35 venues. Patti Smith, Maguy Marin, Kronos Quartet, Moderat, Jan Martens, The Notwist and The Dandy Warhols will all take part in the adventure.
27 January-19 February 2017
© Pablo Lavalley
City of Geneva Museums
- Ariana Museum
- Museums of Art and History
- Ethnographic Museum
- History of Science Museum
- Natural History Museum
Most of Geneva's city Museums have guide lecturers who can provide you and your group with quality content tailored for your needs. All guided tours are available in English.
A circus with orchestra
On a stage with 5 acrobats-jugglers, 12 musicians and music notes making triple-jumps, you are invited to witness a fantastic and exciting musical show driven by madmen with unbelievable dexterity!
13-15 January 2017, Am stram Gram