Through Murielle Bouchard
Good news ! Saturday January 21 and Sunday January 22, 2023, it will certainly not be very hot between 1 and 8° only, but on the other hand, the sun is expected all Saturday in Le Havre and only a few showers are expected on Sunday. To take full advantage of your rest, here is the selection of what you absolutely must not miss in Le Havre and nearby.
Want to meet authors?
The literary festival, the taste of Others returns and takes place in several places in Le Havre until January 22, 2023 with as headliners Grand Corps Malade or the winners of the Goncourt and Médicis prizes. And these are Laetitia Casta and pianist Clara Haskil who will close the 12th edition of the literary festival created in 2010, Sunday January 22, 2023. If a large majority of what is offered is free, be careful however, you must reserve at least two hours before the start of the session on the festival website.
Airport open doors
Sunday, January 22, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Le Havre-Octeville airportrue Louis Blériot invites you to a special travel open day. “Come and discover the tourist destinations from the airport and also take advantage of the many activities on site. »
Preparing for the big day
A wedding and party fair is offered in the Claude-Laplace room at Gruchet-le-Valasse Saturday January 21 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Sunday January 22 from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Snacks on site. Admission 4 euros.
A benefit concert for the Apprentis d’Auteuil
The Rotary Club Le Havre de Grâce is organising, for the benefit of the Jean Boscot home of the Apprentis d’Auteuil Foundation, a concert by the Pointe de Caux Symphony Orchestra and the À Coeur Joie Normandie Regional Choir, Sunday January 22, 2023 at Notre -Lady of Le Havre. Music from operas on religious and secular themes: Bizet, Berlioz, Mozart, Rossini, Verdi, Wagner. Prices 15 euros, reservations 02 35 42 66 49 or 02 77 00 05 72.
Meeting with a visual artist
Tetris hosts Diane Gaignoux’s exhibition until February 11, 2023. Diane Gaignoux is a visual artist born in 1993. She graduated from the Duperré school in Paris in 2014, and from Central Saint Martins in London in 2018. Following a career oriented towards textile work and clothing, she headed for a transdisciplinary practice around the idea of the body as a receptacle. In her various projects, she apprehends clothing as a survival of presence. Free admission on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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