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Tarn: our 5 outing ideas for this week

Tarn: our 5 outing ideas for this week

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Every week, La dépêche du Midi brings you its selection of unmissable outings and shows for the Tarn. Concerts, exhibitions, festivals… Good plans to consume without moderation.

Les Primeurs de Castres: the festival of musical discoveries

The Futures of Castres return to Lo Bolegason, from November 3 to 5. For its 8th edition, this festival continues its crazy bet: to offer three days of programming composed entirely of unknown artists, or almost. With this format, Lo Bolegason puts the spotlight on emerging talents, young artists who come here to breathe their wind of novelty. And the bet paid off: each year, it is in a crazy atmosphere that discoveries and good surprises follow one another on the Futures stage.

This year, there are no less than 15 artists to discover over the three evenings, to give us a taste of the best of the new music scene.

Info: From 3 to 5 November – Lo Bolegason 8 Passage Claude Nougaro – Castres – 05 63 62 15 61

The Salon d’Automne, meeting place for Albigensian art lovers

Tarn: our 5 outing ideas for this week

This is the 2nd edition of the Salon d’Automne which is hosted at the Espace Art gallery.
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The 41st edition of the Salon d’Automne is being held at the Espace Art gallery, in downtown Albi, until November 13th. An unmissable event for art lovers, it offers a remarkable panorama of artistic creation today.

Many artists, from the region or elsewhere, have been invited to exhibit their work there since the end of October. Coming from varied backgrounds, original universes and unexpected practices, the Salon d’Automne highlights around twenty emerging or professional artists. This edition welcomes two guests of honor, the painter Eth de Mélaou and the sculptor Mathieu Chiva.

Info: Espace Art Gallery at 13 Place Fernand Pelloutier – Albi; free entrance every day from 2 p.m. to 6.30 p.m.

Last days for the Saint Sulpice de rire!

Elisabeth Buffet will be on stage on November 5.

Elisabeth Buffet will be on stage on November 5.
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The Saint Sulpice de rire festival, a major Tarn event for frank laughter, is soon coming to an end. But don’t panic: by Saturday, many appointments are still waiting for us. Highlights with Jovany and his caustic one-man show, the return of the talented Briac, winner of the Public Prize at the festival last year, but also the show “Ulysses”, and his terrible adventures. Without forgetting Elisabeth Buffet, who will come and tell us her heart stories…

At the same time, let’s not forget the essentials of the festival such as the humorous dictation, the funny quiz-aperitifs, the blind tests and of course, the final of the great humor competition. In short, the game is not over yet!

Info: www.stsulpicederire.fr

Gaillac. “The Hairy Ogress” at the Balcony

The O Possum company offers a popular theater, which is performed in the streets as well as in the halls.

The O Possum company offers a popular theater, which is performed in the streets as well as in the halls.

Led by the Ariège-based company O Possum, the show “L’Ogresse Poilue” is a musical tale full of humour, poetry and twists. With masks, puppets and music, he tells us about a revisited version of Little Red Riding Hood in which a little girl, driven by her gluttony, braves her fears.

With humor and lightness, the narrator addresses the audience, playing with words and situations to tell us her story. “L’Ogresse Poilue” will be on stage at Le Balcon on Sunday 6 November. A show to discover with the family, from 6 years old.

Info: Le Balcon at 80 place d’Hautpoul – Gaillac. 05 63 81 20 19.

Feminine creation, at Tortill’art

The first show of the ETE company, “Les Bas-Bleus” will be performed at the end of the residency at Tortill’art, on Friday November 4th. While the expression blue stockings designates with contempt any woman who is interested in intellectual things, this show is an ode to female emancipation.

A contemporary tribute to the poet Louise Colet, who wrote in the shadow of her lovers Gustave Flaubert, Alfred de Musset and Alfred de Vigny, this transdisciplinary creation mixes music, poetry and theatre. To see from 12 years old.

Info: November 4 at 8:30 p.m. – free. Tortill’Art Saint-Amans-Soult – 05 63 98 30 43.

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