From 16 to 20 December 2015, the BBL will dance three choreographies at Beaulieu Theater in Lausanne. A Lunar crossing, from amazement to abstraction.


In the end of the year, the company invites you to travel along the roads with a fascinating triptych : a visit to Paris with Piaf of Maurice Béjart; a trip to the unknown with the Gil Roman's electric creation, Tombées de la dernière pluie, and an immersion in the slum-inspired universe of “Mitteleuropa” in the years leading up to 1933 with Le Mandarin merveilleux, pantomime ballet created between 1918 and 1919 by Béla Bartòk and choreographed in 1992 by Maurice Béjart.


An evening for three ballets inviting to travel and develop into variations, parallel and mirrors.



Photo galleries


Tombées de la dernière pluie




Le Mandarin Merveilleux





Coming soon.





Online :


By phone : 0900 800 800 (CHF 1.19/min.)


At selling points CFF, Coop City, La Poste et Manor


For groups, reservation and order at the address




Wednesday 16 , Thursday 17 , Friday 18 , Saturday 19 December Doors open: 7 pm - Show: 8 pm


Sunday, December 20 Doors open: 5 pm - Show: 6 pm


Additional show – Saturday, December 19 Doors open: 2 pm - Show: 3 pm


Duration of the show : approximately 2 hours


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