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    NEXT 2014
    opening night

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    Deep Dish
    Liquid Loft / Chris Haring

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    FRONT
    Luc Perceval / NTGent & Thalia Theater Hamburg

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    V I O L E T Live
    Emika (UK) & Kiani del Valle (PR)
    @ See you next time

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    tauberbach
    Alain Platel / Münchner Kammerspiele & Les ballets C de la B

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    SEE YOU NEXT TIME

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    NEXT 2014
    opening night

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    AH/HA
    Lisbeth Gruwez / Voetvolk

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    Karaoke (Art)
    Davis Freeman
    @ See you next time

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    NEXT 2014
    opening night

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    Have a good day!
    Operomanija

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    next @ schouwburg kortrijk

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    V I O L E T Live
    Emika (UK) & Kiani del Valle (PR)
    @ See you next time

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    dj nosedrip
    @ See you next time

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    Lives
    Ali Moini / Cie Selon l'heure

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    A gesture that is nothing but a threat
    Sofia Dias & Vitor Roriz

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    NEXT
    @ la rose des vents

 
 

WELCOME AT NEXT 2014!

Every autumn, NEXT presents an exceptional selection of international theatre and dance in the cross-border Eurometropolis Lille-Kortrijk-Tournai and Valenciennes. Therefore, some 28 Flemish, Walloon and French cultural and artistic houses cooperate and artists from all over the world travel to the new area to create and show their work. NEXT 2014 presents 39 productions by international artists and less famous, pioneering artists.

NEXT breaks through the artistic boundaries and literally makes you go across the border to connect with fellow spectators and cultural houses in the neighbouring regions. The 38 free festival busses take you to performances in 13 cities of the Eurometropolis. The 2014 edition starts in Tournai on november 14th and ends in Kortrijk the 29th with an extravagant closing party SEE YOU NEXT TIME!

1 October 2014
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