The Ons is a theatrical improvisation show that takes the audience on a one-hour adventure invented on the spot.
The two actors, Gregory Melmer and Antoine Leclercq, improvise from a location given by the audience. This long form format will transport you into a variety of worlds, sometimes funny, sometimes serious, sometimes tender and sometimes harsh, while taking the audience out of their daily lives to share a journey together.
In order to give a different colour to each show, the duo of actors is accompanied by the musician Max Fischbach, who will improvise with them while bringing his own musical universe.
This time the show will take place inside the Lasauvage mine. The spectators will be taken to the place of the show by the little mining train. For safety reasons, spectators will be required to wear a helmet (provided on site) for the duration of the show. We also recommend wearing warm clothes and sturdy shoes. The temperature inside the mine is around 10°C.
Meeting at 7.15 pm at the carreau de la mine in Lasauvage, group departure by train and show at 8 pm. Return to the carreau de la mine half an hour after the end of the show.
For safety reasons, the event is not recommended for children under 12 years old.