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Ogni volta che parlo con me /Every time I talk to myself

8 October 2015

Middlesex University – London

Centre for Education Research and Scholarship – Interpreting and Translation Seminars

Tuesday 13 October 2015, 16:00/18:00, Room W160 (Williams Building)


Ogni volta che parlo con me / Every time I talk to myself

Theatre as a Lingua Franca, Wandering the Streets of European Cities

Matteo Greco and Ippolito Chiarello present the UK premiere of their film

The film, subtitled in English, recollects Ippolito Chiarello’s practice of Barbonaggio teatrale / theatrical vagabondage, performed in 120 cities and places in Italy and in some major European cities, including London. Chiarello goes out into the streets and to places not intended for acting, selling his performance piecemeal, seeking the active engagement of the public as a sign of their willingness to “commit” to the stage. He is searching for a new way of connecting with his spectators which goes beyond traditional conventions, showing them what the daily struggle of being a working artist means.”

Authors: Ippolito Chiarello and Matteo Greco

Original Screenplay: Ippolito Chiarello, Matteo Greco e Michele Santeramo

Directed by:Matteo Greco

With: Ippolito Chiarello – special guest appearance : Mario Bianchi

Production: Kama, Ippolito Chiarello & Matteo Greco with a contribution of Apulia Film Commission, network of Apulian Teatri Abitati and the paying audience

Music : Gianluca Longo, Michele D’elia, Valerio Daniele, Reffaele Vasquez, Ennio Ivan Colaci, Brainolotester, Playontape

Press office: Elena Riccardo, Emilio Nigro

Management: Francesca D’Ippolito

Supported by: FSC –Cohesion Funds, European Union, Puglia Regional Government, Teatro Pubblico Pugliese


For further information please contact Abele Longo, MA Translation Programme Leader,

Middlesex University

Tel: 020 8411 500

Travelling via public transport:
* Underground: Hendon Central (Northern line), then walk.
* Rail: Hendon, then 183 bus to The Burroughs.
* Bus: To The Burroughs: 143, 183, and 326.

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