Giraux danse pour l'Océan

June 07 2019 @ 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM

 

Un spectacle alliant danse et mots

Ce spectacle proposé par la section "ART DANSE" du Lycée Giraux Sannier de Saint-Martin-Boulogne, est un projet d'année pluridisciplinaire : sport, SVT et Français. Des jeux ont été créés, des textes sur les espèces et la préservation de l'Océan on été écrits et interprétés en danse. Le 7 juin, les scolaires seront accueillis à 9h30 à l'entrée de Nausicaá par les danseurs qu'ils retrouveront tout au long de leur visite. 

Un final est proposé à la grande baie de 11h à 11h15 et de 15h15 à 15h30 en accès libre. 

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