“Txirristi mirristi, gerrena plat, olio zopa, kikili salda, urrup, edan edo klik, ikimilikiliklik”… sang the Basque verse singer, Mikel Laboa, and we all imagined a witch reciting a spell whilst preparing the miraculous potion. Indeed, the star of this new Marie de Jongh Company project is a girl/woman who was afraid of witches in her childhood, but ends up becoming one.
She is not the only main feature, so are words. For the first time ever, this company, directed by Jokin Oregi, presents a non-gestural performance in which words are an essential dramatic element to share a reflection on fear. The show is based on the story, “Ikimilikiliklik”, written by Jokin Oregi, himself.
Premiere at the Arriaga Theatre
From the age of 7 – Performance in Basque
PricesFriends of the Arriaga: 25% Discount
Groups, young people, over 65s, the unemployed, large families and people with disabilities in excess of 33%: 20% Discount
Theatre Professionals: 20% Discount
Disabled persons in a wheelchair: 50% Discount (in the proscenium box and with a companion)