Norway is the land of the Trolls, fantastic creatures coming from the Edda, the nordic myth of creation. Most of the time ugly, neither good nor evil, even stupid and clumsy, the Trolls are nonetheless powerful, known as invincible and, most of all, terribly dreaded by humans.
Time suspended above the world and what it has to tell, this event brings together stories gleaned by the storyteller during a whole life spent travelling.
In this funny, sharp set of fables, animals take on human roles — to reveal human behavior in all its folly.
In the heart of the Rungis Market, there is the fish market. In the center, there is the head of a man, neatly cut, deprived of ears…
Any cultural event, whether it happens in a museum, in a park, in a historical venue, is the occasion to highlight and (re)discover remarkable and unique places of our heritage.