Bledarte describes itself as a “feminist decolonial collective”. Don’t run away screaming, the company works for a worthy cause in a contemporary way.
Its Bledarte Zone Festival, for example, offers a forum to artists with migrant backgrounds, and focuses on women, the LGBT+ community, and young people from local neighbourhoods. It does so with an extensive programme of performances, lectures, DJ sets, and concerts by, among other, Laryssa Kim, Aze2dine, and Young Mocro. If you want to relax, head over to the Queerasse.
BLEDARTE ZONE FESTIVAL 6 & 7/7, LaVallée