Adami at Avignon

Make way for the performers!

Make way for the performers!

Adami is once again demonstrating its commitment to supporting performers with two major events at the world’s biggest theatre festival. Adami supports artists throughout their careers, facilitating their access to professionals and the distribution of their shows.


Adami x Royal Court Theatre
20-21-22 July at 11am
Courtyard of the Musée Calvet
Free admission

Eight Talents Adami Théâtre actresses and actors are taking part in a public reading of three English plays translated into French to mark the 77th Festival d’Avignon, which is celebrating the English language. Under the direction of the Royal court Theatre and in collaboration with the Maison Antoine Vitez, three plays have been translated: Scenes With Girls Show Version by Miriam Battye (translation by Zacharie Lenglet and Adélaïde Pralon), Bad Roads by Natalka Vorozhbyt (translation by Irina Dmytrychyn) and A History of Water in the Middle East by Sabrina Mahfouz (translation by Antoine Mazet and Gérard Cherqui). Under the direction of Lucy Morrisson and Sam Pritchard, the young Talents Adami Théâtre had the opportunity to rehearse in London before the performances in the Courtyard of the Musée Calvet.

Casting: Barbara Chanut, Mohamed El Mazzouji, Anaïs Gournay, Manon Hugny, Damoh Ikheteah, Tom Pezier, Arthur Rémi, Ophélie Ségala

Direction: Lucy Morrisson and Sam Pritchard

> More about les Talents Adami Théâtre (in French)


Adami is proud to present 21 shows from its Adami Déclencheur projet théâtre support programme.

Adami has initiated a reform of its artistic action by placing the artist at the centre. The Adami Déclencheur programme is one of the new direct support programmes for artists. This is an original proposal for actors, puppeteers and circus performers, enabling them to take charge of their own projects. This programme is deployed in several phases, with Adami supporting them at every stage: from the conception to the distribution of their show. As part of the Avignon programme, the financial support is extended to include advice on communication, so as to optimise their presence in the Off.

> More info (in French)





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