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Avignon Festival 73th

OpenFrom 01 July 2019 to 31 July 2019
3 weeks in July. The Avignon Festival, founded in 1947 by Jean Vilar in 1947, is one of the oldest and most famous theatre and performing arts festivals in the world. Festival performances take place throughout three entire weeks in July and feature the best playwrights and actors working in contemporary creations.
The Festival d'Avignon is the place where artists with many different aesthetics come together and present, discuss and share their vision. Different origins, different backgrounds and generations, all on stage and behind the scenes during the Festival, where avant-garde and tradition co-exist. Over 40different plays are performed in more than twenty venues, from small, 150-seat chapels to the 2000-seat legendary Honour Courtyard in the Palace of the Popes, and now the FabricA, a year round Festival venue.

Hortense Archambault and Vincent Baudriller, appointed Festival directors in 2003, focused the Festival offices in Avignon to provide deep local roots. Since September 2013, the new director Olivier Py - author, director and actor - continues this approach. Olivier Py seeks a Festival which is both for the people and a celebration of the mind.

In addition to the performing arts, the Festival is the place for exchange, discussion and confrontation of ideas, with conferences, interviews, shows, cinema, music and other arts.

Program: available in May.
Reservations open from Monday June 11th.

For more information, please visit the website http://www.festival-avignon.com or send an email to public@festival-avignon.com.


ContactDivers lieux à Avignon et alentours,84000 Avignon