Pays de Châteaubriant: 4 nights of entertainment to put books in the spotlight

A visual theater show, mixing dance and living digital images. © Romain Etienne

The network of libraries and media libraries of the intermunicipal territory of Chateaubriant (Loire-Atlantique) again participate in the national event The Reading Nights, from Wednesday 18 to Saturday 21 January 2023.

During the four nightsthe pleasure of reading and share the love of books and words will be honored. This new edition will focus specifically on theme of fearwith times for every age.

In the program of Reading Night 2023, performances, workshops, encounters, storytelling, or even escape games for all audiences.

Presentation table “Scare me! “. From Wednesday 18 to 31 January.

The children are subject to various fears, they change and develop over the years: fear of the dark, fear of noise, fear of ogres, fear of separation… The list is long, so here are some ways to address this theme with them to try to overcome them. Public Library of Saint-Vincent youth.

Reading nights
The new edition of Gabi ng Pagpag will revolve around the theme of fear. ©CC Chateaubriant Derval

When I was young, I read “BOO! “. Wednesday, January 18, 10:30 am to 11:30 am

Boo! An onomatopoeia that makes you jump! …Your child loves to be scared, whether it’s playing hide and seek, tag or listening thrilling stories! – the session promises to vibrate to perfection! From 0 to 3 years old. Chapelle-Glain library.

Expanded reading “Am I afraid of the dark? “.

In this book, page by page, Clara fights against the shadows and noises of the night. Using a tablet or smartphone, you can enter the story, activate it, and help Clara become stronger than her fears . From 3 to 7 years old. Wednesday, January 18, 3 pm to 4 pm, at library of Sion-les-Mines. Saturday, January 21, 11 am to 12 pm at Rouge library.

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With a tablet or smartphone, you can go through history. ©CC Chateaubriant Derval

Aperitif reading “Chattering teeth, whispers, and a few words of humor”.

Tell me what’s bothering you, I’ll tell you who you are? Three readers are offering you tonight a possibility to open the door to your fears …. From the very beginning, the wind will howl like a pack of angry cats twisting the branches of the trees and at the threshold will be waiting for three little old men who are waiting…. All public from 8 years old. FREE ENTRY. Soulvache Library Thursday, January 19, from 7:30 to 8:30 pm Friday, January 20, from 7:30 to 8:30 pm, at Issé’s media library.

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Philosophy workshop “Afraid of whom?” Afraid of what? “. Friday January 20 from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm

From photolanguages ​​you go explore the theme of fear in a playful way and discuss the different questions we ask ourselves together, such as – Are there different types of fear? – Are there fears common to all people? – Where do our fears come from? – Is fear helpful or harmful? – Why, sometimes, do we want to be afraid? – What is courage? How to overcome your fears? How to be reassured? …. Intergenerational public from 7 years old. Registration at 02 40 81 03 33 (open to 15 participants max). Library of Grand-Auverné.

Interactive choreographic piece “Lune Rousse”. Friday, January 20, from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm

Fear is one of the emotions that we feel when faced with a danger, the unknown, an event or a situation that we have no control over, that makes us suffer. Sophia Noblet, choreographer and dancer from Elements Company invites you discover contemporary dance through this amazing medium, you know, the book!

Connect words and dance to understand a choreographic writing and share with the reader a dance moment punctuated with sensations and emotions. This is what the Artist offers with the participation of media library users and the representation of his new dance called: Lune Rousse. All: from 6 years old. Derval media library

Choreographed piece.  S. Noblet
Sophia Noblet connects words and dance to understand a choreographic writing. ©CC Châteaubriant Derval

Story time, “Monster Stories”. Saturday January 21, from 10:30 am to 11:30 am

The image of the big green monster takes shape as you read thanks to the cutouts on the page. But, at the boy-reader’s command, he left, the same way he had come! Come scare yourself listening to monster stories. From 3 to 5 years old, media library of Saint-Julien-de-Vouvantes.

Nighttime storytelling “Stories for big cowards and brave little ones”. Saturday January 21; 8:30 pm to 9:30 pm

There is one who wants to be afraid, but who is not, or the big people who are not afraid, but maybe they should be! Not forgetting the clever little ones who face danger, shivering or not … In all of that, Trolls, Ogres and other terrible things just need to act ! It will be hot for them! All from 7 years old. Registration at 02 40 81 03 33. Library of Meilleraye de Bretagne.

Escape Game “All against Cornebidouille! “. Saturday January 21, from 4 pm to 6 pm

Cornebidouille is tired of children not wanting to eat their soup. He was really angry and the kids decided on ratatouille: he wants to make them disappear with his magic formula! Like Pierre, you have to be smarter than him and find his magic formula to fight it out against him. The Escape Game will end in a projection of Cornebidouille against Cornebidouille , album shot by the Ecole des loisirs. One Cornebidouille giant goose game is also available in the media library from January 14 to 27. From 6 years old. Châteaubriant media library.

Dance and storytelling “Artichocolat” – Compagnie Aux P’tites Valises. Saturday January 21, 6:45-7:15 pm

A caramelized light dancer, a joker musician storyteller, soft and original instruments, colorful and tangy songs, a pinch of emotion, a sprinkling of involvement. Preparation: Take all the ingredients, put them in a filtered space, heat the room to 20°C, make children from 2 to 6 years old comfortable. All you have to do is taste these delicious stories in 30 minutes by opening your eyes and ears wide! From 2 to 6 years old, media library of Châteaubriant.

Animation “Acqua Alta: Crossing the glass: discovering the enlarged pop-up book”. Saturday, January 21 8 pm – 9 pm

Around the Stereolux traveling exhibition presented throughout the month of January at the Châteaubriant Media Library, come and discover a specific mediation around the exhibition, and a display of augmented reality experiencethis pop-up book offers! Adult and adolescent audiences. Châteaubriant media library.

Screening “Acqua Alta Show – Black ink”. Saturday January 21; 9:15-10:15 p.m

Rare screening of the show by Claire M. and Adrien B., which together with the exhibition is another part of the “Acqua Alta” project that revolves around the same story. A visual theater performance, mixing dance and live digital images. Adult and adolescent audiences. Châteaubriant media library.

Contact and information at 02 40 81 03 33.

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