The highlights of the season in the network of cultural centers
The Pink City has 16 cultural centers, managed by the town hall: Henri-Desbals, Espace Job, Alban-Minville, Soupetard, Théâtre des Mazades, Bellegarde, Bonnefoy, Saint-Cyprien, Saint-Simon, Bordeblanche, Renan, Rangueil, La Brique rouge, Lalande, Reynerie and the Lido (the circus arts center).
Here are the highlights of this fall (the program is being completed as the weeks go by). Direction the Henri-Desbals center, in Bagatelle, which works in tandem with the cultural center of Saint-Cyprien. On the musical side, the blues rock of Moonlight Benjamin, who has just released his new album, “Simido”, will be available on October 21. We will find the Chamber Orchestra for several dates (November 26, December 17, March 2 and May 19 for a participatory concert). The young audience will be combined with many shows (such as an unusual BD-concert on October 1), while the center will host the flamenco festival, like other cultural centers, for that matter.
On October 9, the Mazades, Renan, Lalande centers and the Espace Job are joining forces by offering a special day on environmental awareness, on the forecourt of the Espace Job, at Les Sept Deniers. Many actors and a village of producers will be present. The day will end with the show “Les robinsonnades du roi Midas”.
The Job space, in fact, will pay tribute to Nougaro on November 23, with in particular the essential Serge Lopez on the guitar (free entry). The festival “The encounters of paper and books” returns from November 12 to 14 on the theme “Stories for civic engagement”.
With “Breathe! », The environment will be the common thread of the fall season in cultural centers with other events such as the meeting with Francis Hallé, a botanist who fights for the defense of primary forests (October 21 in Soupetard), the documentary film screening “2040. Solutions for the existing planet” by Damon Gameau, the director of the astonishing “Sugarland” (November 16 at Les Mazades).
At Soupetard, on November 5, the Toulouse sisters Mathilde and Anna Ramade will perform their classic “Manhattan Sisters”.
As for the photos, we will highlight the “Cosmography” exhibition by Sandrine Elberg at Bellegarde, from September 23 to November 6. Your imagination will be called upon … As will the astonishing exhibition, from November 3 to 25 in Lalande, by Karine Brailly. Suffering from Charcot’s disease, she has been painting for several years … with her eyes!