Robert Lepage takes us on an exclusive, exciting, sometimes nostalgic and comic journey, weaving in his own personal relationship with the UK. ‘A Quiet Revolution’ traces back through the last 60 years that have intertwined Québec and the UK.
About Robert Lepage - The multidisciplinary artist, Robert Lepage is all at once an actor, a director, a playwright and a stage director. Hailed by international critics, his original, contemporary and unusual works, transcend borders and challenge the standards of scenic writing, particularly through the use of new technologies.
His most significant works include, the plays, The Seven Streams of the River Ota and The Dragons’ Trilogy; his solos, The Far Side of the Moon and 887; the operas, The Damnation of Faust and Wagner’s Der Ring des Nibelungen cycle; his multimedia works, The Image Mill and The Library at Night; Peter Gabriel’s shows, The Secret World Tour and The Growing Up Tour; and with Cirque du Soleil, KÀ and TOTEM.
Lecture followed by a reception - Following the presentation, you are invited to a reception and networking in honor of Robert Lepage and Québec. Please note that entry to the reception is limited in accordance to the BFI’s Health and Safety guidance. Please come early and get your tickets from our team at the registration desk.
Online streaming - Québécois and friends of Québec living outside of London will be able to follow the conference online. Please book the "Live streaming Ticket".
COVID19 - You will be expected to wear a mask at the venue, unless you have an exemption. Masks and hand sanitizers will be available. Please do not attend the event if you have symptoms. The Québec Government Office considers the health and safety of our guests and participants to be of the utmost importance. If additional measures were to be added, we will inform you.