Spectacle Le Souffle Magique


Hurray! School is over and the holidays are only beginning! ! Tikulu  is ecstatic: he is going to Grand-Mère Minette’s, his eccentric grandmother who has a magical garden. Once there, he meets the fairy Marylou-Fée and together they embark on a mysterious treasure hunt. Meanwhile, his friends Konker, Hammerkop, Matapan and Dimoune grow quite worried at his disappearance and decide to go look for him. Will they be able to overcome the obstacles they encounter and find their loyal friend? These young heroes go on a peculiar escapade stretched between reality and dream and take us on a journey that celebrates the beauty and the diversity of their beloved island.

Birth of a project

After a year and a half of gestation, Tikulu comes to life for the first time in September 2014 on the stage of the MGI in a show sung and danced 100% Mauritian.

He was born from cross desire ofEva Caillé and Thabo Legrand 
(Directors of Dance School Studio and Company OMADA), the publisher Pascale Siew (directrice des Editions VIZAVI)
as well as the scriptwriter Bertrand d’Unienville.


Lasting one hour thirty, this musical show is articulated around a ten songs that structure the action and act as narrative. Written in kreol morisien with winks to the other languages ​​spoken in Mauritius, the songs are resolutely light and humorous in agreement with the state of mind of Tikulu and his friends.
The adventure takes place partly in the real world, which is the frame in which are evoked Mauritius of today, its beauty, its natural wealth , its diversity but also its environmental issues. In contrast, a dream world sublimates the values ​​attached to the discovery of the other, to civility and friendship. Guided by a delicate and caring bird, Tikoulou and Marilou Fé go in search of a hidden treasure which is the red thread of history. It will prove to be a richness that we can share to infinity without ever exhausting it.

The performances of the show
The first public performances of the show were held at the Mahatma Gandhi Institute in September 2014. Other performances are subsequently dedicated to a school audience, particularly ZEP schools and associations whose action focuses on childhood.

Calendar of performances

  • Preview : Thursday, September 11, 2014 at 8 pm
  • Friday, September 12, 2014 at 8 pm
  • Saturday, September 13, 2014 at 15h and 20h
  • Sunday, September 14, 2014 at 3 pm
  • Friday 19 September 2014 at 20h
  • Saturday, September 20th, 2014 15h and 20h
  • Sunday 21 September 2014 15h