Le parvis Scène Nationale Tarbes Pyrenees: Walk on the Basque side
Euskara. Kultura. Mundura.
24Mar 202331Mar 2023Tarbes
Le Parvis Scène Nationale Tarbes Pyrenees has made a commitment to Basque culture and language. From 24 to 31 March the centre will be hosting ‘Walk on the Basque Side’ in partnership with the Etxepare Basque Institute.
This season the Franco-Spanish cross-border cultural organisation focuses on the Basque Country, its culture and language. At the end of March, the Le Parvis will be the showcase for Basque dance, theatre, music and cinema in the towns of Ibos (Tarbes) and Bagnères de Bigorre.
From 28 to 31 March, dance, music and theatre performances will be on offer:
- 28 March at 20:30, Le Parvis Cultural Centre in Tarbes: ‘Gernika´ (Martín Harriague and Colectivo Bilaka).
- 30 March at 20:30, Le Parvis Cultural Centre in Tarbes: ‘Hondamendia’ (Axut! and Artedrama).
- 31 March at 17:00 at L´Alamzic in Bagnères-de-Bigorre: ‘Dantzan Bilaka’ (Orbel and Lumi).
The Walk on the Basque festival Side will also feature a lineup of Basque cinema from 24 to 31 March. This series will offer several Basque films from the last few years, including Cinéma Parvis Méridi, ‘Dantza’ (2018, Telmo Esnal), ‘Amama’ (2015, Asier Altuna) and ‘Handia’ (2017, Jon Garaño and Aitor Arregi). The complete lineup and ticket purchase are available here.
Friday 24 March is ‘Soirée Basque’ (‘Basque Night’). At 19:00 ‘Black is Beltza’ (2019, Fermin Muguruza) will shown, followed by a Basque buffet for filmgoers at 20:30. The event will wrap up at 21:30 with the film ‘Black is Beltza II: Ainhoa’ (2022, Fermin Muguruza). To sign up for the event, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tickets for the festival can be purchased online, and special offers are now available for several performances. Check here for the full programme.