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Pierre Filliez:

Zeit Magazin / Freunde von Freunde

The Story of Mr B: 

Back To Ours, Hull 2017
Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2016
The List

The Stage
One4Review
Broadway Baby
Herald Scotland
Le Nouvelliste, Switzerland
Musee Suisse de la Marrionette, Switzerland

Le Rossignol de l’Empereur & Chookas Theatre: 

La Menagerie, Berlin

Collaborative work:

Tumba’s Traum, Drehbühne Berlin, RBB/24 Berlin
Der Kleine Prinz, Drehbühne Berlin, Milan Magazine, Berlin

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Zeit Magazin

“Der fröhliche Mask mann: Pierre Filliez fertigt aus Leder traditionelle Theatermasken – ein seltenes Handwerk, das er von seinem Vater lernte. ‘Freunde von Freunden’ blickt ihm über die Schulter.” – Zeit Magazin

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Freunde von Freunden: www.freundevonfreunden.com

Zeit Magazin: www.zeit.de

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The Story of Mr B, Back To Ours Family Favoutire 2017

 

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The Story of Mr B, Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2016


In August 2016 Shake Shake Theatre travelled to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with The Story of Mr B. With one 5 star review, four 4 star reviews, many wonderful audience reviews and sold out shows, this trip was a great success.  The Story of Mr B was also proud to be  Highly Commended by the Sustainable Practice Award.

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***** 5 Star Review, The List “Shake Shake Theatre lifts its audience into its  heart and holds them there.”

**** 4 Star Review, The Stage “An endearingly thoughtful show from Shake Shake Theatre where both puppets and performers connect magically with the audience.”

**** 4 Star Review, One4Review “This is an enchanting, beautifully crafted piece of theatre by people who understand children and know how to engage them completely in the world that has been created.”

**** 4 Star Review, Broadway Baby “The Story of Mr B will brighten up any rainy Edinburgh afternoon”

****4 Star Review, Herald Scotland “The miniaturised details are so entrancing, I’m not sure if the kisses we blew at the end were for Mr B – or for the puppeteers”

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The story of Mr. B at 2250m altitude!

Performed at Cabane de Louvie on the 12th & 13th of September 2015.

For the online article click here

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Thirty year anniversary for the Musee Suisse de la Marionette

Performed on the 5th of September 2015, at the Theatre de la Cite

For the online article click here.

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Review of “Le Rossignol de l’Empereur” and “Chookas Theatre”

La Menagerie French theatre platform in Berlin.

Performed on the 18th of December 2013 at the Institut Francais, Berlin.

Apéro La Ménagerie 16.11.2012

For the article click here.

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Tumbas Traum, with Drehbühne Berlin

A theatre workshop with 45 children, from the Welcoming class and local Primary school students, creating a theatre production to be performed at the Wansee Stadtfest 2016.

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Der Kleine Prinz, by Drehbühne Berlin

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Excerpt from an interview with Director, Lorenz Christian Köhler, in Milan Magazine.

For the full article click here.

MM: Das Projekt verbindet Theater, Puppenspiel und Film in einer Inszenierung. Gibt es darin eine Szene, die Sie besonders anspricht?
LCK: Einige Szenen hab ich schon erwähnt. Gerade in diesem Jahr sind für uns die Puppenszenen sehr spannend, weil wir zwei neue, fantastische Puppenspieler haben – Jessica Nicholls aus Australien und Pierre Filliez aus der Schweiz. Da wird sicher einiges wieder ganz anders, als in den letzten Jahren. Gerade wenn man ein Stück so oft gespielt hat wie wir unseren „Kleinen Prinzen“, dann freut man sich, wenn wieder neue Mitspieler dazu kommen und die Welt des kleinen Prinzen für sich und die Zuschauer ganz neu entdecken.

 

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