Young audiences, music, exhibitions…: where to go in Sète and Bassin de Thau


“Sugar Planet” at Le Poche

The Théâtre de Poche offers Grande-rue-haute at 29, Quartier-haut, Tuesday 27th, Wednesday 28th and Thursday 29th December at 16:00 for young audiences (3 to 10 years old) “The candy planet”, an interactive, gourmet magic show where the fantasy of the theme mixes with the poetry of the characters… Children will dream of guiding the puppet, the bewildered traveler… The price is 8 euros, ticket office 04 67 74 02 83.


Christmas concert at La Corniche church

Presented by Our Lady Sovereign of the World at La Corniche, Tuesday, December 27 at 6:00 p.m. “A famous Christmas of the 18th century” concert with Languedoc oboe and organ with the Cercle Occitan and Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert choirs. Free entry.

Gypsy night “Chez Tata”

Chez Tata, located at 2 Quai de la République and Guy Lamour, offers Thursday, December 29 gypsy jazz evening with “Les Romanesses” from 8 p.m. Reservation 04 30 17 15 32.


A fun visit to the “Fanzine Factory” at CRAC

The Regional Contemporary Art Center offers, Friday, December 30, from 2 to 3 p.m., a fun visit to the exhibition of Paul Loubet, a fan of science fiction, video games and maps. Learn how she uses them to create her drawings and little DIY books, and design a fanzine full of your world map…with pictures, scissors and glue. Registration is free by calling 04 67 74 94 37.

Exhibition of nativity scenes, Chapel of the Penitents

Grand’rue Mario-Roustan welcomes the penitent church 1 by Sundayer january, an exhibition of nativity scenes (place for children). On view until Sunday 1 January from 3pm to 6pm and Saturdays 24 and 31 December from 10am to 12pm. Closed Christmas Day.

Nativity scene by painter Michel Ballanger at La Salette

Mont Saint-Clair’s Notre-Dame-de-la-Salette church welcomes its 24th building.e nativity scene by artist Michel Ballanger made of wood, straw, foam paper, wire, ornaments and stone figures. It is an exhibition It appears up to 15 January, during church opening hours.

Photos again in Gallery 7

“Images are back” at Galerie at 7 Noël-Guignon quai 7 Until Friday, December 30. The exhibition can be viewed from 14:00 to 18:00 or by appointment. Contact 06 80 38 84 04.

“D’Oc, Six Views of Occitania” at MID

The ImageSingulière Center for Documentary Photography at 17 rue Lacan welcomes you Until Saturday, December 31st“Six views of D’Oc, Occitania” exhibition by photographers Paul Baudon, Theo Combes, Pauline Dupin, Melody Garreau, Adrien Ribet and Marianne Thazet. Compostelle, Montpellier, Toulouse, waterways through the Cévennes…, a region rich with many sights to discover… Visible from Tuesday to Sunday, 14:00 to 18:00, admission free.

Paul Loubet is exhibiting at Crac

Regional Contemporary Art Center, 26, quai Aspirant-Herber, Accepted until January 8Exhibition “4X, eXplore eExpand eXploit exterminate” by Paul Loubet. Entry is free.

Exhibition “Relationship is (not) the sky’s limit” at the Pop Gallery

At 7 rue Alsace-Lorraine, Pop Gallery welcomes you until the end of December, “Communication Sky is not (not) the limit” collective exhibition. Artists participating in the exhibition are Charles Boussion (Montpellier), Sylvain Corentin (Montpellier), Jill Gallieni (Paris), MLA (Aimez-là, Loupian), Prophet Royal Robertson (Louisiana), Fielder Agustin Pena (Peru), Ionel Tapalza (Bucharest). , Damian Valdez Dilla (Cuba) and Jean-Pierre Verdier (Lyon). The exhibition is on view from Wednesday to Saturday, from 15:00 to 19:00.

Multiple Exposures in Reservoir

The Le Reservoir cultural space at 45-46, quai de Bosc, welcomes you Until Saturday, January 28, Ayda-Su Nuroglu’s “Towards Wildness” exhibitions, dialogue of chimeras, gods, plants and creatures from one environment to another…; An invitation to walk among the whites of an immersive tale, in the center of intimacy and memories with Majéon “La Maille” works; Sarah Dugrip & Cathy Cosentino present the work of a visual artist and photographer in collaboration with the association Malathau-Thau “Sète-Tangier”… Free entry.

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