In favor of 2th The public of Malian will have the pleasure of relocating the famous play of Ousmane Sow, of the name "Louansés" or tenants.
As part of the 2018 comedian night, this new piece will take place on November 30, 2018 at the Modibo Kéita Stadium stadium. "For this first night, we will go to play on invitation cards. There's a night gathered to the officials," said Maïmouna Hélène Diarra.
Better, she'll say that this night that is set aside for officers will be used to award trophies and certificates to greet the work of the actors. It is intended, according to her, to give the artists of Malian four cuffs that have been distinguished by their talent and their work to promote Malia's comedian work. The four jewels are: the firefighter Bala Moussa Kéita, the late Abdoulaye Diarra, the late Abdoulaye Maïga and the late Professor Gaoussou Diawara.
But the general public must be assured, the 1 December 2018 evening will be devoted to a great evening at Bamako Culture Palace. "This evening will be open for the public to resume the evening from November 30, 2018. Everyone who makes the trip will have the pleasure of seeing the" louansé "play and the performance of the artist King KJ, said Maïmouna Helene Diarra.
And to support this great venture, access to the room will be conditioned to a ticket that will cost the moderate amount of 2000 FCFA.
May, it is necessary to say before these two theatrical evenings, on Thursday, November 29, 2018, from 9am, Samba Niaré, playwright and novelist, animated in the Palace of Culture will be a conference debate on the theme: "The place (comedian) in the peace process in Mali".
Famous comicians of the sub-region and well-valued by the public Malian could be part of this 2th issue. But the main organizer did not want to go too far because everything depends on a question of moving resources. "We have planned to invite famous divisional comedians in our budget, but we have to say that we do not have the resources yet for that. We count on goodwill to complete our budget and ensure quality participation for comedians from the sub-region that will come to celebrate with their Malian peers, "he came to an end.
Assane Koné, Cultural Journalist
Source: Azalai Express