Shows, music, exhibitions…: where to go out in Sète and Bassin de Thau


“Chamonix” at Molière

The Molière Theater on Victor-Hugo street presents, Friday 6 and Saturday 7 January at 8.30pm, “Chamonix” by Philippe Nicolle by “26,000 covers”. A dazzling musical comedy beach to dive into a dizzying future. Should we or shouldn’t we exterminate the human species? An existential question in a time of global warming and viruses… Prices from 10 to 25 €, ticket counter on 04 67 74 02 02.

Meeting in connection with the TMS event

Met in connection with the musical “Chamonix”, Saturday January 7th at 18:30, the small hall of Théâtre Molière, with Magali Fontanille, Project facilitator and collective intelligence facilitator, the day’s meeting will take the form of an interactive workshop where everyone will be able to experience for themselves the benefits of collaboration and knowledge sharing. “Temperatures are rising, IQ is dropping, are we at the beginning of the end? Is there hope for collective intelligence? Free registration.

“Let the little paper do the talking” in Pocket

Théâtre de Poche at 29, Grande-rue-haute in Quartier-haut offers, Friday 6 and Saturday 7 January at 9pm, “Let the little papers do the talking” In a small guinguette setting, 4 actors evolve and improvise around the “carriole”, the only decorative element and source of light and sound. The public leads the boat before the performance starts, noting on small pieces of paper the themes that the actors have to improvise. Fares 17 and 15 €, reservation on 04 67 74 02 83.


Jazz evening with the Marta Project

The “Le Victor” establishment at 30, avenue Victor-Hugo, offers Saturday January 7th, from 8pm to 10:30pm, Jazz Club night with Myrhiel Salim on vocals and Thibaud Dufoy. Reservation at 04 67 51 18 97.

Church of Saint-Hilaire “Quatrâmes” in Mèze

Saint-Hilaire de Mèze Church welcomes, Sunday January 8th at 5 p.m., the OONM “Quatrâmes” room line up for a “classics and Broadway” program for violin (Sylvie and Olivier Jung), and cello (Alexandre Dmitriev). The quartet’s repertoire ranges from baroque to classical, including arrangements of tango, opera arias and film scores… Prices €8, 10 and 12, Château de Girard ticket office 04 99 02 22 01.


The great baths in Frontignan!

A meeting place for lovers of Mare Nostrum that is not to be missed, on the water or on the sand, the atmosphere is guaranteed! The most daring will receive a traditional diploma and everyone will be able to enjoy tasting the famous “Musklo” with music to warm up! At 11 o’clock Sunday January 8th Mouettes Beach in Frontignan.

The Three Kings of Gardiole

Visit-show Sunday January 8th around the arrival of the Three Kings and the Extreme Shepherd, who is about to descend from the land of the dinosaurs, all accompanied by music by Jean Alingrin and his musicians. Participants who wish to dress up are welcome. Free, all common (except strollers and dogs, even on harnesses), in partnership with the Dromasud and Le Temps Jadis farms. Meet 13.30 in the parking lot of the Nikola-Karabatic sports hall, depart 14.00, Pioch-Michel fitness track. Info and registration at 04 67 18 54 92.


Expo Zoom Gallery “Numen”.

Inesperada/Germana Civera took over Galerie Zoom at 49, rue Pierre-Sémard until January 7, with the “Numen” exhibition. Saturday January 7thstill Zoom gallery, 4pm.

The Paul Loubet exhibition at Crac

The Regional Center for Contemporary Art at 26, quai Aspirant-Herber, welcomes you until January 8th, Paul Loubet’s exhibition “4X, eXplore eXpand eXploit eXterminate”. Free registration.

“Simple Fiction & Augmented Reality” at MIAM

The International Museum of Modest Arts at 23, quai de Lattre-de-Tassigny, welcomes, until January 8th, the exhibition “Modest Fictions & Augmented Realities” “The Utopian Adventures of Humanity without Limits” From comics to less expected supports, such as videos, photos or digital art, this exhibition highlights the exploration of artists of La “S”, the Grand Atelier where artists with disabilities mentally disabled and non-disabled artists working together… Prices from €5.60 to €2.60, Tuesday to Sunday, 09.00 30 to 12.00 and 14.00 to 18.00. Info at 04 99 04 76 44.

Nativity scene by painter Michel Ballanger at La Salette

The Chapel of Notre-Dame-de-la-Salette on Mont Saint-Clair welcomes the 24the Nativity scene by painter Michel Ballanger, made of wood, straw, foam paper, wire mesh, stone decorations and figures. The exhibition is visible until January 15thr, during chapel opening hours.

Exhibition “Black sky, black sea”, Quartier-Haut chapel

The Quartier-Haut Chapel on Rue Borne welcomes until January 15th, exhibition “Black sky, black sea” by Olivier Kosta-Théfaine, winner of the 2018 call for the creative project Mécènes du Sud Montpellier-Sète-Béziers. Free admission every day (except Tuesday), from 10:00 to 18:00.

Expo-sale at the restaurant “Oh Gobie”

Artist M.FKM who creates his work from collages, organizes an exhibition-sale at the restaurant “Oh Gobie”, near Criée 9, quai Maximin-Licciardi, until February 1.

Multiple Exposures in Reservoir

The cultural space Le Reservoir at 45-46, quai de Bosc, is welcoming through Saturday 28 January, an exhibition by Ayda-Su Nuroglu “Towards a ferality”, a dialogue of chimeras, gods, plants and creatures from one medium to another…; Majéon “La Maille” with his works at the heart of intimacy and memory, an invitation to navigate between immersive webs of fairy tales; Sarah Dugrip & Cathy Cosentino, in partnership with the Malathau-Thau association “Sète-Tangier”, which presents the work of visual artists and photographers… Entry is free.

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