Les Récréâtrales festival

Initiated in 2002, the Récréâtrales process is a pan-African space for theatrical writing, creation, research and dissemination. It is divided into three stages (research-training, creation-production and dissemination), and takes place every two years, from February to November, in Burkina Faso, in the city of Ouagadougou.

The Récréâtrales theater, family theater

It is a permanent place of theatrical creation, training and dissemination for the use of Burkinabe and international artists but also of the inhabitants of the district.

The ELAN Lab

Initiated in Ouagadougou in 2014 by Les Récréâtrales, the Labo ELAN is a program to boost theater activity in Africa. It aims to: Provide a training and research space-time for professional artists. Create links and meeting opportunities between artists from the African continent.

The Recreatrales: 13th Edition

The 13th edition of the Récréâtrales festival will be held from October 29 to November 05, 2023

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Activities

Finalised projects

Les Récréâtrales is also the realization of important projects that impact its community.

Theater

The Récréâtrales Theater, family theater

The Récréâtrales Theater, family theater, is a permanent place of theatrical creation, training and dissemination for the use of Burkinabè and international artists but also of the inhabitants of the district.

Youth

The Public Youth
Project

Through the Young Audience project, the Festival continues its work of meditation for children and young people, aged 8 to 16, residents of the neighborhood.

The Young Audience project aims to introduce beneficiaries to artistic creation and raise awareness of the practice.

This pedagogical transmission is divided into 2 parts:

The Récréâtrales Festival

Initiated in 2002, the Récréâtrales process is a pan-African space for theatrical writing, creation, research and dissemination.
It is divided into three stages (research-training, creation-production and dissemination), and takes place every two years, from February to November, in Burkina Faso, in the city of Ouagadougou.

Partnerships

Our different partners

Those same ones without whom we would not be where we are today
Financial Partners

IAMGOLD Essakane

Raynal Assurances

Goethe Institut

Mouvement endogène

Bureau de la Coopération Suisse au Burkina Faso

Africalia

Ambassade de France à Ouagadougou

Institut français Paris et Ouagadougou

Wallonie Bruxelles International

Secrétariat de l’OEACP – Organisation des États d’Afrique, des Caraïbes et du Pacifique

Union européenne

Programme ACP-UE CULTURE (Afrique de l’Ouest)

Mairie de Ouagadougou

Ministère de la Communication, de la Culture des Arts et du Tourisme

Technical Partners

Oméga Vision

Institut Imagine

Espace Culturel Gambidi

CDC La Termitière

Fédération du Cartel

Koombi Culture

Centre Ka-Yiiri

Atelier Silmandé

Face O Scéno

Centre de Presse Norbert Zongo

Napam Beogo

Théâtre Soleil

Acte Sept

Musée National

Programme National de Volontariat du Burkina Faso

Artistic Partners

Ecole de la Comédie de Saint-Etienne

Haute Ecole des Arts du Rhin

Ecole de La Cambre

Festival Trans-Amériques

Buja Sans Tabou

Univers des mots

Press Partners

Sidwaya

Radio Gambidi

Savane FM

Ouaga FM

RFI – France 4

TV5 Monde

LCA

BF1

RTB