Ali and Aline are best friends. Aline has a father and a mountain of toys. Ali has a mother and a flying carpet.
The two would love to be together all the time, playing, fantasizing and making plans for the future. A future with a mother and a father. In one house. For them the solution is obvious: Aline’s father and Ali’s mother should get married! As soon as possible. But are they in love? And do they speak the same language?
Chairs of Gold (Zetels van goud) is a play about friendship, dreams and a world of difference, performed in the classroom for children and their parents.
“A class of six-year-olds seated on cushions, along with a few mothers of ethnic origin at the back, derive visible pleasure from Zetels van goud, a fresh show for children by Laika to a script by Rachida Lamrabet.” De Standaard