A show on a table-top, with music but no dialogue, where couples get together and couples break up in a ballet of manipulated objects.
A caustic vaudeville made up of short pastoral stories, playful and tragic, knitted with four hands into a charming duet about the misadventures and misunderstandings of love and life.
A double bill from one of France’ most respected and successful visual theatre companies, Collectif Aïe Aïe Aïe has been creating and performing its work around the world to great acclaim since 2002.
Collectif Aïe Aïe Aïe’s delicate show is filled with invention and many small wonders Total Theatre Review
An excellent and affecting piece of object-theatre … performed with expert timing and a profound understanding of character, narrative and humour. Delightful and captivating, funny and poignant, the small-scale adventurers of these tiny heroes richly suggest the full-sized adventure of our own lives. **** Broadway Baby
Besides being the sound of drama about to happen, AïE AïE AïE (OH NO!) is a collective of artists who explore staging and its writings. Collectif AïE AïE AïE is currently made of Julien Mellano, Justine Curatolo and Charlotte Blin. Each creates their own artistic project, whilst the collective provides a meeting ground, and makes available the range of tools necessary for creation and performance.
The artists share a curiosity for all forms of creation (theatre, object theatre, visual arts, dance, lyrical singing, modern music, and more) and a taste for the reimagining of images and objects. The artists projects produced by Collectif AïE AïE AïE are aimed at all audiences, children, teenagers and adults. Since 2002, AïE AïE AïE has produced around fifteen shows, performed in a wide range of organisations on a local, national and international level.