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- Phone: (33) 5 57532122
- Fax: (33) 5 57532123
Café Théâtre Atelier 53 is the venue where the ALDES Association holds its events. Situated in the town of Mérignac, a few kilometers from Bordeaux, this intimate cafe theater is a great place to spend an evening with friends or family. The theater hosts stand-up comedy acts, varied musical shows, plays and a host of workshops. It provides a fine platform for the lesser known talents of the country. Delicious refreshments will keep you engaged when the events don't. Visit website for more information.
Le Pin Galant is an eclectic event space, used for cultural and social activities. The hall can accommodate about 2,000 people and has hosted events, theatrical shows, concerts and much more. Le Pin Galant also has meeting and conference rooms within it apart from a restaurant. If you are in the city, a trip to the Le Pin Galant is a must, if not to attend a show here, then merely to check out the architecture for which it has achieved considerable fame.
The Circuit de Bordeaux Mérignac is a race track open to the public (with the appropriate permits and documentation). It is one of the foremost venues for racing in the Bordeaux area, and puts on many races each year. You can take karting lessons at Dominique Sarron's school and try them out at the nearby karting arena. Calling all sports lovers!
Operating since the nineties, Cinéma Mérignac is a multiplex offering viewers four cinema halls for their viewing pleasure. With comfortable seating and great sound quality, it doesn't fail to satisfy. Feast on various treats, while watching your favorite film. So get ready to take a ten minute drive from Bordeaux to the suburb in which this theater is located.
This converted warehouse called Entrepôt du Haillan is situated in the suburb of Le Haillan to the north west of Bordeaux. Throwing open its doors in 2000, the 460 seater venue has come a long way in hosting musicals, dramas, live gigs, comedy shows, business events, exhibitions and more. Completely versatile in nature, one can expect to see only the best performances out here!
Located at Domain du Pinsan, the Theatre du Verdure stages classic theater in the city. A favorite place among lovers of drama, the theater is a hub for artists as well. Concerts and other live performances are also staged here. Some performances are free of cost.
Cinéma Jean Eustache, this multiplex has three screening halls for your viewing pleasure, two of which recently underwent renovation. Although it showcases commercial films, it mainly advocates art and children films. Every year it hosts the historic film festival of Pessac, as well as the the Latin-American film festival-two of the city's major events.
Buzzing with activity all year round, Salle Le Royal in Pessac promises unforgettable nights of art, music, dance and theater. Locals and visitors come here for entertainment that is focused on promoting small scale productions and local talent. The hall is also used for many cultural activities and regularly hosts workshops for children and teenagers.
The Chapiteau along Rue Joseph Brune brings to town a number of performers from different fields. The programs held here provide visitors with great entertainment. Festivals and cultural gatherings are a regular feature at these grounds as well.
Théâtre de la Pergola favors classic plays by authors as well-known as Shakespeare or Marivaux, while a single acting company in residence presents their diverse adaptations. Although the theater is located in a chic neighborhood, the ambience is a bit stifled, and the audience is on the senior side. Yet the company, wanting to include a youthful audience, is making efforts to include young people into the theater. Certain hours are therefore reserved for students, in an effort to encourage their attendance.
Eglise Saint Augustin is a lovely 19th-century church, whose main treasure is its organ. This instrument dates back to the 1800s, and has a rich tone, making the classical concerts held at the church well worth a visit.
The Krakatoa offers every musical genre (rock, reggae, ska), with a predilection for world music. It can seat 1150 people. It also provides a starting point for hot new talents by giving fledgling bands access to a 120-square meter (1291-square foot) stage. In addition, the Krakatoa acts as an exhibition hall where you can discover and get to know Bordelais artists (photographers, painters, and more).