Shows, workshops, stories, literature, there is something for everyone for toddlers.
1. Herault! Patapon! Bayssan scene
May 21st and 22nd on stage at the Bayssan, Hérault Festival! Herault! Patapon! will offer shows, stories and activities for children from the age of three months. This weekend will be an opportunity for the youngest to discover the world of culture in all its forms.
Shows to discover: Life (Filomène and company), Saturday at 10.30 and at 14. Michel-Galabru Theater (from four years, 45 min.). A poetic and metaphysical fable that throws itself into sound, visual and organic immersion to question the living, the perception of nature …
Iota (Mungo Company), Saturday at 11.30 and at 15. Saint-Félix Chapel (from seven years, 1 hour). A happy and ambitious portrayal of the living by Ghislaine and Richard. A show illustrated by a theater of objects with stimulating poetry.
Nawak (Bestia company), Saturday at 16.15 and Sunday at 17.30, Claude-Nougaro amphitheater (from three years, 55 min). It’s fun, but exciting, it’s dreamy and concrete. Let yourself be carried away … by your imagination … Nawak is addicted to clichés, to visions abbreviated by our conditioning.
red lantern (Cirque Pépin), Saturday at 17.30 and Sunday at 14.00, Cour George-Brassens (all public, 40 minutes). Circus show that combines Chinese pole, acrobatic lifting and knife throwing, all in a clownish and light tone.
Mobile soul (Compagnie de l’Echelle), Sunday at 11.00 and 16.15, Michel-Galabru theater (from six months, 30 minutes). A show that immerses the audience in a universe of colors, emotions and poetry. Mobil’âme envelops each spectator with love and humor.
eyes to look at you (Méli Mélodie Company), Sunday at 11.30 and at 15.15, Saint-Felix Chapel (from three to seven years old, 35 minutes). Musical show (work around the sounds of language and sound) composed of sung stories that address an important question for the child: his place!
Stories: rock me (Ludivine Henocq and Yann Voegel), Saturday, May 21 at. 10.00 and kl. 11.00, Espace Hervé Di Rosa (from three months to four years, 20 minutes followed by a 20 minute workshop). the garden of the gods (L’oiseau Lyre Company), Sunday at 16.15, Kiosque de l’espace Zen (from seven years, 1 hour).
Many workshops, registration on site. Tent with stories and participating fresco.
Prices: € 5 for storytelling and shows, free workshops after booking, open entertainment.
2. Tapatoudi Festival in Pézenas
The association Tapatoudi is hosting this weekend its youth literature festival in Maison du Peuple de Pézenas. A big party around children’s books to discover works by 17 authors and why not get them signed.
Will be present: Ronan Badel, Vincent Bourgeau, Claire Cantais, Carole Chaix, Alex Cousseau, Max Ducos, Raphaëlle Frier, Guillaume Guéraud, Jean Christophe Lopez, Éric Pessan, Cédric Ramadier, Bénédicte Rivière, Cécile Roumiguière, Thai Marc le Servant Stéphane End, Carole Trebor.
This Saturday, at 14.30, author Clara Dupond-Monod was rewarded for her unique guest for her book. Adapt of the Goncourt Award for High School Students 202. Meeting – Dedication at Edmond-Charlotte’s Media Library.
Show Mr Moon. Like a Pierrot de Watteau, like a cousin of Harlequin, Mr. Lune has attire: suit, tie, hat. But now he gets entangled, gets confused, gets his feet caught in braces, cascades of disasters, crashes, jazz, swing, crooked choreographies, poetry … and that’s it. Saturday at 10.45 and 16.00 and Sunday at 10.45 and 15.00, Sans Souci Park. No reservation, free admission.
The show by Cédric Ramadier and Vincent Bourgeau, inspired by their work But where is he?for children from two years, Saturday at. 10.00, 11.00 and 16.00, Sunday at 10.30 Gare du Nord, capacity limited to 100 people, no reservations, free admission.
The Last Days of Cont’O Folies
This Saturday at 4 pm, ThéConté Four corners of the world, quarter of orange … of Over the story. Who will bring back the three oranges to heal the king? Public teenagers / adults, duration 1 hour, prices: € 4 and € 5. 18 o’clock, The goat and the messenger by Gaby Mac Alister and Pascale Théron in collaboration with the Cirdoc Institut occitan de cultura. It’s the story of a lying goat who dies but who wants to live again through music. There are leprechauns, Drac and especially the beautiful Bruna, and since we like stories that end well, there is a wedding to which the public is invited to dance, dance … at MJC CS, from six years, duration 1 hour . Free admission when booking on 04 67 31 27 34 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sunday at 10 storytelling brunch There was once a tree … of Over the story. There was once a tree and a man! Public teenagers / adults, 1.30, prices: € 6 and € 7.
● AT VILLA ANTONINE
Peter Lökös, artist in residence in the villa Antonine (74, rue Jean-Valette) opens the doors to his studio on Saturday 21 May from kl. 14.00 to 19.00. Guest artists: Eva Debreccini, Gilles Bingisser, Thomas Garnier. Performance, reading, concert. FREE ENTRY.
● AT VILLA GUY
In the lavish surroundings of the listed Villa Guy Park (2, rue Verdi), Christophe Abellaneda and the Caveau des Arènes team will host the Festivin event on Sunday 22 May from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. To discover 15 local producers. Single price: 10 € entrance with a glass to taste the 15 estates. To accompany the divine nectars, oysters, charcuterie plates, tapas and cheeses will be offered for sale. Reservations are recommended on: 04 67 62 15 94.
● BY THE SMART CAMEL
Until June 14, Biterrois Gérard Sendra will be exhibiting a series of photographs in the Gallery du Chameau malin (9-12, rue Montmorency). An exhibition entitled, Greetings crossed, crossed and sees, where the photographer arranges windows and openings of old habitats marked by time. Opening Saturday 21 May from kl.
● AT KEDELMAGERPLADSEN
Place des Chaudronniers, in the heart of the city, is hosting a new creative forum this Saturday, May 21 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Painting, sculpture, photography or even arts and crafts, many creators will be present at this outdoor craft market. FREE ENTRY.
● ROTARY AFTEN BÉZIERS DOYEN
The Rotary Béziers doyen is celebrating its 90th birthday. And 90 years is something to celebrate … Its members are arranging a festive evening this Saturday, May 21 at. 20:00 at the Berges du Canal campsite in Villeneuve-lès-Béziers. Registration on Helloasso. Profits will be donated to the Rotary Foundation as part of actions in favor of Ukrainians. Also, the big District 1700 conference started yesterday. It continues and ends today, at 6 p.m., in the Béziers Congress Center. Open to all, its purpose is to inform the 2,550 members of the district about the latest news from Rotary International and the district. With from kl. 8.15 speeches, demonstrations, testimonies, conferences, visits to Neuf-Écluses, etc.
● TO ZINGA ZANGA
La Lyre biterroise offers a musical journey, this Saturday, May 21 at. 20.00 in the Zinga Zanga room (price, € 10), followed by a bodega evening, on the terrace and along the Canal du Midi. Catering, bars, music and dance floor!
● CONFERENCE IN THE THEATER
Conference on “the Municipal Theater of Béziers” by the Béziers Cultural Heritage Service. The theater was built in the middle of the 19th century, in a city center that was in full swing at the time, and will mark the northern end of the new Promenade (future alleys). In the theater foyer, this Saturday at 5pm, free admission.