2 places a gagner pour la lecture théâtralisée Pour En finir avec Eddy Bellegueule
"Before I had a chance to rebel against the world of my childhood, that world rebelled against me". The festival opens with an exceptional staged reading of a book which took the French literary scene by storm. Translated into twenty languages and now into English by Harvill Secker, Edouard Louis’ The End of Eddy (translated by Michael Lucey) tells the life of a young gay boy growing up in a French town crushed by misery, alcoholism, racism and homophobia. Giving a voice to the voiceless, it is a painful and vibrant story of escape and revolt. How to reinvent what has been forced upon us? How to get the better of a life not chosen? Adapted to the stage by French director Richard Brunel, director of the Comédie de Valence National Theatre, in collaboration with the Manchester School of Theatre.
Le Jeudi 11 Mai à 19h au Ciné Lumière, 17 Queensberry Place, SW7 2DT. Métro : South Kensington.
Tirage prévu le 5 Mai