OUINCH OUINCH X Mulah Collective / Everybody Festival 2023

After a breathtaking first edition – notably with the charismatic dancers Rebecca Chaillon and Cherish Menzo who captivated the audience – the 2023 edition of the Everybody Festival is preparing to surprise us again.

For five days, from February 17, the Everybody Festival examines bodies, all bodies, and questions them in order to better deconstruct the sometimes positive but more often caricatured representations which distance oneself from the other and prevent us from meeting our fellow human beings.

This year, the Carreau du Temple gives carte blanche to colorful artists who share an interest in gender, skin color and disability. Under the hall, artists, intellectuals and creators summon our ability to debate, under disco balls, to better embrace difference.

Crazy Horse – Queen of Hearts, © Antoine Poupel

On the program: an impressive arsenal of workshops, installations, meetings and shows (eight in total).

During the day

  • Dance classes general public for adults and children: K-Pop, Dance like Crazy Horse, Afrovibe, Waacking, Dance in heels, House dance
  • Wellness classes : Family yoga, Sweedish Fit, Vinyasa yoga, Ballet sculpt, 80's Vibes
  • Contemporary art installations : Delgado Fuchs & Zimoun, Madison Bycroft, Éric Minh Cuong Castaing
  • Exhibition from a selection of photos from the Lova Lova Collective
  • Meetings with the PSPBB, Les Rencontres de la Sorbonne
  • Shows and performances : Myriam Gourfink, Julie Lamoine
  • Workshops & participatory installations : Drag king butoh, drawing, calligraphy…
  • Battle Waacking : Track, podium and disco balls. A performance show not to be missed! (only on Sunday)

In the evening

  • Shows : every evening 3 shows to discover in 3 spaces of the Carreau du Temple. Discovering creations with committed and inspiring aesthetics by French and international choreographers involved in questions related to the body. With Tania Carvalho, Renata Carvalho, Rebecca Chaillon, Collective OUINCH OUINCH x Mulah, Eric Minh Cuong Castaing et Arthur Perole.

But it will all start with an opening night, right after the shows on Friday February 17. THE DJ set, from 22:30 p.m. to approximately 0:30 a.m., is hosted by the OUINCH OUINCH x Mulah collective who plan to set the dancefloor on fire.

Our living bodies, Arthur Perole – © Nina Flore Hernandez

Everybody Festival from Friday 17 to Tuesday 21 February 2023

Friday February 17 from 12 p.m. to 19 p.m.
Saturday February 18 from 10:30 a.m. to 18 p.m.
Sunday February 19 from 10:30 a.m. to 20 p.m.
Monday February 20 from 12 p.m. to 19:30 p.m.
Tuesday February 21 from 12 p.m. to 19:30 p.m.

Prices: Free entry except shows from 10 to 20€, workshops 5€ and courses 10€

Carreau du Temple
2 rue Perrée, 75003 Paris et 4 rue Eugène-Spuller, 75003 Paris

Rather vomit than fail, Rebecca Chaillon, © Marikel Lahana

Text: Katia Barillot



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