The artisans of Quatre Couleurs accompany the play "Le secret des Conteuses" (The Secret of the Storytellers)

The Quatre couleurs association would like to thank all the artisans who gave of their time and work to make Martine Amsili's piece a reality. A huge thank you to Dominique Roitel and the craftsmen of the Henryot &Cie factory, created in 1867, who made the 17th century furniture for the room's decoration. Charles Burger works in strict compliance with current standards for colouring. The prints are produced in Mayenne and the weaving is done in the North of France. Created in 1872 by Désiré Petit and his son, the Edmond PETIT company stands out for the quality and originality of its fabrics, all woven from noble materials (silk, cotton, linen, etc.).

Agnès Dupuis, a graduate of ENSATT, passionate about theatre, designed and made the costumes for "Le Secret Des Conteuses".

Éléonore de Staël is a Nose and composes her own perfumes that combine well-being and aesthetics. She uses 100% natural products in Paris according to ethical manufacturing methods that reconcile respect for the environment and the principles of La Belle Parfumerie. She created a custom-made perfume for the play Le Secret des Conteuses.

Laurence Bernard signs the set design of the play, which combines femininity and mystery, she used Edmond Petit and Charles Burger fabrics.

The master of paper Emeric Thibierge has produced the show's programme on a paper of its own creation. The Thibierge paper is made exclusively of linen fibres, thus reiterating the know-how of the beautiful papers of the olden days.

In order to perfect the sublime invitations, perfect handwriting was necessary. Sonia Da Rocha The calligraphy on the invitation cards was done with care and precision, and we thank him very much!

Thanks to Anna Marchlewska for her investment in the mock-ups of the press kit! Since she was young, she has been interested in colours, composition and art in all its forms.

Since 1909, the family business Fayet has preserved all its authenticity in the manufacture of its canes with a know-how in the respect of the tradition. The century-old company manufactures its canes with noble materials and has lent one of its works to "Le secret des conteuses".

Thanks to Alexandre Wauquier to have made with talent the wigs that the actresses wear. The work is delicate and long but the result is magnificent!

Many thanks to the House Arlaux for having once again so delicately and preciously delighted our taste buds with a thousand additional small pleasures contained by the aromatic richness of one of the last French vineyards in Champagne during the Première of the Secret des Conteuses. They knew better than anyone how to open the doors of a vineyard more than a thousand years old, where the bubbles danced skillfully before our amazed eyes, leaving us to taste only the best of the aromas.

The Quatre Couleurs association would like to thank all the artisans who gave their time and their work to make Martine Amsili's piece come to life.

A huge thank you to Dominique Roitel, Henryot & Cie furniture factory, created in 1867, which created and manufactured the 17th century furniture for the decor of the room.

Maison Charles BURGER works in the strictest respect of the actual coloring standards. Prints are produced in Mayenne and weavings made in the North of France.

Created in 1872 by Désiré Petit and his son, the Edmond PETIT house stands out for the quality and originality of its fabrics, all woven from noble materials (silk, cotton, linen).

Laurence Bernard signs the scenography of the piece, combining femininity and mystery, she used Edmond Petit and Charles Burger fabrics.

Agnès Dupuis is graduate from the ENSATT, passionate about theatre, she designed and produced the costumes for Secret Des Conteuses.

Éléonore de Staël is a "Nose" and herself composes her fragrances which combine well-being and aesthetics. To do this, she uses 100% natural products in Paris according to ethical manufacturing methods reconciling respect for the environment and the principles of La Belle Parfumerie. She created a bespoke perfume for the piece Le Secret des Conteuses.

The master of the paper Emeric Thibierge realized the program of the play on a paper of his own creation. Thibierge paper is made exclusively from flax fibres, thus reiterating the know-how of fine papers of ancient times.

In order to perfect the sublime invitations,subtle writing was necessary. Sonia Da Rocha has carefully and precisely handmade the calligraphy on the invitation cards, and we thank her very much!

Thanks to Anna Marchlewska for her investment in the models of the press kit! From a young age she has been interested in colours, composition and art in all its forms.

Since 1909, the family business Fayet® has preserved all its authenticity in the manufacture of its rods with a know-how in the respect of tradition. The hundred-year-old company makes its canes with noble materials and has lent one of its masterpiece for "Le secret des conteuses".

Thanks to Alexandre Wauquier for his creation of the wigs that the actresses wear. The work is delicate and long, but the result is there: it is magnificent !

A big thank you to Maison Arlaux for having once again known so delicately and so preciously how to delight our taste buds with a thousand additional little pleasures contained by the aromatic richness of one of the last French vineyard vines in Champagne during the Premiere of Secret of the Storytellers. They knew better than anyone how to open the doors to a vineyard that was over a thousand years old where the bubbles skilfully danced before our astonished eyes, leaving us to taste only the best of the aromas.