|Wed 13 March 2019||20:00 h||Waiting list|
The French philosopher, writer and columnist Bernard-Henri Lévy performs exclusively and for one night only in Carré!
On Wednesday March 13 2019 he will enter our stage with his performance 'Looking for Europe' in which he battles against anti-European sentiments.
Looking for Europe
A man alone in his hotel room. It is the evening before the European elections, in a few hours he has to go on stage to deliver a decisive speech. His intention is to express an ode to Europe, but he doubts and falls prey to an intellectual impasse. What follows is a speech within a speech, a tottering at the post-modern abyss. And that while he would like to make a passionate plea for European values and European leadership.
About Bernard-Henri Lévy
Lévy has written more than thirty books, including his debut La barbarie à visage humain (1977) and his most recent L'esprit du Judaism (2017), a treatment of the Jewish roots of Western democratic ideals. In addition, he wrote biographical works on Sartre and Baudelaire, a cutting correspondence with Michel Houellebecq and a number of fictional stories.
Bernard-Henri writes, among others, for The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Vanity Fair, Le Point, La Stampa, El Espanol and El Pais. Lévy’s cultural commentary, novels, and journalism have continued to stir up such excitement that The Guardian noted that he is “accorded the kind of adulation in France that most countries reserve for their rock stars.”
|Category 1||€ 49,00|
|Category 2||€ 39,00|
|Category 3||€ 29,00|
|Category 4||€ 20,00|
These prices include the restoration surcharge of € 1,50 per ticket and do not include € 4,50 booking costs per booking.Our prices can vary.