Skip links

  1. Skip to content
  2. Skip to main menu
  3. Skip to search

Llámame Mariachi

La Ribot

La Ribot’s most recent work Llámame Mariachi (‘call me mariachi’ in English) sits provocatively on the edge of performance, dance and live art.

Involving a trio of women including la Ribot herself, a mesmerising film with specially commissioned soundtrack by atom™ leads into a playful and humorous live performance.
Llámame Mariachi tests our senses by increasing, framing and pushing out of frame our different perceptions of the body and time and entices the viewer into exploring new spaces.
All those who bought a ticket to see the La Ribot dance company Saturday night for their performance of Llámame Mariachi as part of the Beirut International Platform of Dance (BIPOD) witnessed a trio of women who not only had the majority of the audience in stitches, but also enacted a piece of cutting-edge contemporary dance theater… The Daily Star, Lebanon
Direction and choreography: La Ribot
Performance: Marie-Caroline Hominal, La Ribot, Delphine Rosay
Light design: Daniel Demont
Light and video production: Sandrine Faure
Sound production: David Scrufari
mariachi n°17 film
Direction, choreography and scenography: La Ribot
Camerawomen: Marie-Caroline Hominal, Delphine Rosay, La Ribot
Director of photography: Daniel Demont
Music supervision and sound mixing: Clive Jenkins
Video editing: Sylvie Rodriguez
Post-production: Massimiliano Simbula
Light, video and sound technicians: Stéphanie Rochat, David Scrufari
Set building Victor Roy
Photographs of building constructions in Spain: Miguel de Guzmán
Stagehand: Pablo Jobin, Laure Fauser
Falconry: Les Aigles du Léman – Jacques-Olivier Travers et Babette
Shooting: Santa Caecila rehearsal room – La Comédie de Genève – Switzerland

Produced by La Ribot – Genève
Presented at the Southbank Centre in association with Artsadmin, London.

Co-produced by La Comédie de Genève – Centre dramatique (Geneva), La Bâtie – Festival de Genève (Geneva), Festival d’Automne à Paris, Les Spectacles vivants – Centre Pompidou (Paris), Fundação Caixa Geral de Depósitos – Culturgest (Lisbon), Réseau Open Latitudes * With the support of the city of Geneva, la République et canton de Genève, Pro Helvetia – Swiss Arts Council, the Fondation Leenaards and Fondation Ernst Göhner. With the collaboration of Fresnoy, Studio national des arts contemporains.

Tour dates:
Has there ever been such a warmly dead-pan or self-mocking enterprising performer as La Ribot? Donald Hutera, The Times

La Ribot's metaphors are clever as well as enigmatic, throwing new light upon the connection between production and perception in art. Gerald Siegmund, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung 


Date and time

26 November 2010

Please note
This is now a past event.


Southbank Centre