Vinyl sales, street art, exhibitions: 10 ideas for an outing to Le Mans this weekend
Through Frederic Jouvet
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Looking for ideas for trip to Le Mans (Sarthe) for this weekend? Writing fromLe Mans News have selected 10 suggestions for you to go out on Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 January 2023.
1. The return of the La Flambée magazine show
A year after the previous show, La Flambée magazine organizing starting this Friday, January 6th several representations of his show music hall.
To attend a show called “Imagine”, an appointment is given at the exhibition center.
Saturdays 2:30 PM and 8:30 PM; Sunday at 14:30. More information via this link.
2.A promise for music lovers
Le Mans Cité chanson and City hosted their 11th edition Zik to Brac.
The ideal meeting place for music lovers and enthusiastsmusical instruments but also for people looking for records, vinyl, and sheet music.
Free registration. Sunday, from 10am to 6pm. Paul Courboulay’s showroom.
3. Theatrical visit around the Roman walls
An exhibition devoted to the Roman stables plays extension at the Jean-Claude Boulard-Carré Plantagenêt museum (until next May). This weekend, the public will even be able to take part theatrical visit with Groupe Déjà to (re)invent exhibitions in an original way.
On registration within the limits of the available places. Sunday 3pm. Tel: 02 43 47 46 45.
4. MSB on the floor
This week, Le Mans Sarthe Basket (MSB) met with the team from Blois at 5pm, on the floor of Antarès, for day 16 of Betclic Elite.
Reservations are made via this link.
5. Illuminations continue at the Abbaye de l’Epau
The journey of light and sound continues to illuminate the Royal Epau Abbey and its gardens. From illumination which invites you to extend the magic of the year-end celebration a little longer.
Free registration. Open this Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 17:30 to 20:30.
6.Exhibition about Queen Bérengère
We stayed at the Abbaye de l’Epau to visit the exhibition devoted to it Queen Berengere who built the monument. If you can visit the “Bérengère, à la parle d’une Reine” exhibition for free, guided tours led by cultural mediators are scheduled this Saturday from 3pm to 4pm (with reservations).
Travel to the Abbey to learn more about the life of the Bérengère de Navarre and Richard Lion’s heart.
7. The 24 Hour Museum reopens
After a short break for year-end celebrations, the 24 Hours museum reopens this Saturday.
Opportunity, if you haven’t found it yet, to see exhibition highlights Italian brand Ferrari. No less than 5 legendary vehicles tread the team’s history to be admired.
8. How about going to see a Manceau film?
Film Survivor directed by Guillaume Renusson, originally from Le Mans, releases in theaters this Wednesday, January 4th.
Amidst a stunning drama, political film, and thriller, this film depicts the meeting between Samuel, who is dealing with the loss of his wife, and Chehreh, a Afghan exile wishing to cross the French-Italian border.
Cinema Les Cinéastes: Saturdays 13.45 and 20.30 and Sundays 16.30 and 18.30 Ticket office via this link.
9.At the time of the brothel
A visit from the Maison du Pilier Rouge, this Sunday at 14.30, was organized to commemorate the past brothel in the heart of Cité Plantagenêt.
The daily life of its inhabitants will be discussed specifically.
Reservations on 02 43 47 40 30.
10. On the way of street artists
The digital Plein Champ map is now available and makes identification possible street art murals carried out in the framework of the festival which takes place in early summer.
Mojito Fraise’s work, Ador or Seth’s anamorphosis can be admired during a colorful walk through the city.
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