Peeping Tom at Dag van de Dans and at the KMSKA

On April 29th, Peeping Tom will take part in the second edition of the Dag van de Dans. In collaboration with KVS, the trilogy Le Jardin – Le Salon – Le Sous Sol will be projected at Café Tropicana (Lakensestraat, Brussels).

Find out more about Dag van de Dans.
Discover Le JardinLe SalonLe Sous Sol

Under the direction of Manfred Sellink, the Royal Museum of Fine Arts of Antwerp (KMSKA) invited 20 artists for a 5-year-residency program from 2017 tot 2021. Peeping Tom is very honored to be part of the selection and is looking forward to collaborating with the teams and collections of the new Museum!

Find more information and the list of Artists in Residence here.

Moeder (Mother) - press review

"Peeping Tom is one of the most enjoyable dance companies of the moment. Technically outstanding. Funny. Shocking. Stunning. Living. And above all excellent."
Sud Ouest 07.04.2017 (in French)

"Seldom will you be able to see on a stage, a talent similar to that of this company."
En Platea 10.02.2017 (in Spanish)

"In seemingly banal settings - a retirement home for Vader, an apartment-museum in Moeder - which form the vertebral column of the evolution of the characters, the spectacular excesses formidably encircled by Gabriela Carrizo and Franck Chartier attest to the aesthetic and human scale of their vision since their beginnings."
Le Monde 25.01.2017 (in French)

"The beauty and originality of this danced theater lies in the tender and raw gaze on each character laid bare in an ultra-precise direction, sometimes outraged extravagance and perfectly controlled agitation." 17.01.2017 (in French)

"The performers are absolutely dazzling. The ensemble is of a rare intelligence, as much by the musical and vocal treatment as by a striking choreographic vocabulary."
La Terrasse 17.12.2016 (in French)

"Oscillating between humor and nightmare, Moeder is a work of art of rare uniqueness. "
ARTE TV 16.11.2016 (in German/French)

"The complexity and strength of this work is not only the result of the union of various artistic languages [ ], but especially through the expressive power of the performers: the audience laughs with them, cries with them, despairs with them, takes possession of their pain."
BlauBart Dance Webzine 19.10.2016 (in Italian)

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The lost room wins 'Swan 2016'!

Franck Chartier's The lost room in collaboration with Nederlands Dans Theater - NDT1 has won the 'Swan Most Impressive Dance Production 2016'.
The Netherlands' most prestigious dance awards, the 'Zwanen' (Swans), were awarded on 7 October 2016, during the Nederlandse Dansdagen in Maastricht.

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Tour dates


25-26 Apr 2017 Le grand R La Roche-sur-Yon (FR)
03-04 May 2017 Theâtre de Caen Caen (FR)
11-12 May 2017 Les Théâtres de Luxembourg Luxembourg (LU)
17-20 May 2017 TNT Toulouse (FR)
30 May - 01 Jun 2017 La Rose des Vents Villeneuve d'Ascq (FR)


The missing door

21-23 Aug 2017 Edinburgh International Festival Edinburgh (GB)


12 May 2017 TalentLab - Grand Théâtre de la Ville de Luxembourg Luxembourg (LU)
13 May 2017 Grand Théâtre de la Ville de Luxembourg Luxembourg (LU)
07-08 Jul 2017 Henny Jurriëns Foundation Amsterdam (NL)

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