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With its flexible and spacious setup, Le Millesium has a capacity to host cultural and social events of any size. It may not be surprising to find music concerts, corporate conventions and parties being held at the same venue despite the varied nature of the events and the number of people. Le Millesium also offers lounge and rental rooms facilities as well as service of its staff to help you to make your event a success. Visit the website for more details and updates.
The Palais des Fêtes hosts a variety of cultural events for the community as well as visitors. Call for more details.
Several popular touring circuses like Le Grand Cirque Medrano make it a point to perform at Chapiteau à Epernay. The primal reason for their visit is the appreciation and encouragement that they receive from the enthusiastic audience that attends their show. Besides that, the Chapiteau promises a grand success to every show that is put up here with its classy lights, acoustics and technical equipments. If you wish to appreciate the juggling of mask-clad clowns, then you must visit the Chapiteau à Epernay for sure.
The decision to create a new theater venue appropriate to a growing city was made in 1898; the Théâtre Gabrielle-Dorziat, now a historic monument, celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2002. It holds 850 seats and hosts numerous plays, concerts, and performances each year. A theater association called le Salamanzar, pursuing the goal of developing artistic culture and creativity in the region, has been the Théâtre missionné of Epernay, working in the Gabrielle-Dorziat, since 1996.
The Centre Culturel du CROUS de Reims is spread across two floors. On the first floor, there is a theater which can accommodate up to 96 people. This space holds dance rehearsals, workshops and many other extra curricular activities. While located on the second floor is the Forum where large-scale conferences and meetings are held. If you are an artist of the performance arts, then you can book the theater for free. To know more about the Centre Culturel du CROUS de Reims do check out their website.
La Comédie de Reims brings together performance spaces, experimental projects, and educational initiatives surrounding the performing arts. Three stages (large, small, and theater workshop area) host a continual schedule of plays, children's theater, world music performances, and an annual festival. An artistic collective created for La Comédie de Reims and a handful of associated theater companies collaborate in explorations of artistic expression, and classes are offered to the public.
Before this was a place where they made props for the National Drama Center performances. But now the Atelier is a theater, dedicated to the promotion of young talents.
Conservatoire National de Région de Reims is the performance space of the Artistic Music and Dance Institute, and it includes two auditoriums, seven large rooms, two studios, and one media library. Music and dance events are frequently held here, performed mostly by the students of the conservatory.
Cinéma Opéra, as its name suggests, was once a music-hall and theater during the 1920s. Today it is a cinema with a funky, historic feel. The Cinéma Opéra has six movie projection rooms, and generally screens art-house and independent movies.
Nestled within the serene and green Parc De la Patte D'Oie, is the multi purpose venue Le Chapiteau. From private romantic ceremonies to a business party, small musical or dance concerts to cabarets, workshops for children and courses for adults, Le Chapiteau houses a variety of events. Book this famous tent whenever you need to celebrate any occasion and you wont be sorry. Contact the park authorities for the same.
Le Tigre has a long history of providing an exceptional evening for young people looking for lively music, drinks, and dancing. This is THE late night hot spot in the city so don't be surprised if you stumble out into daylight after a wild and fun night. Concerts also take place here, along with other fun events for both young and old so visit the website for an up-to-date calendar.
Built in 1873 by architect Alphonse Gosset, the Large Theater of Reims has come to be known as one of the most beautiful opera and classical music venues in France. The theater boasts an art deco inspired interior and plush red horseshoe seats that draw constant comparisons to the great theaters of Italy. Following the First World War, the Grand Théâtre de Reims had to be completely rebuilt due to the heavy amount of damage it had sustained. Architects Nets and Soller undertook this feat and restored the theater to its original appearance by 1931. The theater was then renovated in 1970 and again in 1997 to accommodate safety standards by bringing the maximum capacity down to 790 people. After nearly a century of destruction and frequent renovation, the Grand Théâtre de Reims still stands as one of Champagne's greatest landmarks. For further details and updated timings, call ahead or check the website.