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Sites on stage

From Monday July 1st to Thursday July 4th

Sites en scene 2023
Sites en scène
Barbe bleue
Malade imaginaire
  • For everyone and everywhere in Charente-Maritime !

    It was at the initiative of the Department that the Sites en Scène were created in 1994. Since then, every year, there are tens of thousands of you sharing pleasures and emotions.
    The Sites in Scenes are :
    more than 70 shows on 23 sites
    - historical, unusual, natural settings...: the esplanade of a castle, the friendly square of a village, the beach or quite simply around a lake.
    - an eclectic program: street arts, dance, theater, music...
    - recognized artists

  • Theater in the castle courtyard

    The Well Digger's Daughter by Marcel Pagnol
    Staging Jean-Claude Baudracco


    Pascal Amoretti : Jean-Claude Baudracco, Patricia Amoretti : Diane Lava, Félipe : Stéphane Bouby, Jacques Mazel : Julien Baudracco, Mr Mazel : Jean-Paul Joguin , Mme Mazel : Sophie Barbero, Amanda Amoretti : Elodie Baudracco, Tante Nathalie : Sophie Barbero

    Start of show 9 p.m. Opening of the ticket office and gardens from 8 p.m.
    (The ticket allows you access to the classified gardens while waiting for the start of the show)
    On-site catering : "the Romette relay"

    Prices : 12 € / 8 € (reduced : - 18 years old, students, (job seekers with proof) / free under 6 years old.
    All public from 6 years old.
    Reservation required 05 46 95 60 10 ou

  • In 1939, at the dawn of the Second World War, Patricia, the daughter of the well digger, Pascal Amoretti, found herself pregnant with Jacques Mazel, a young aviator, the only son of a family of wealthy traders. this one is mobilized. The social differences being very marked, at the time, his parents refused to recognize the child. Among the common people of the time, having a child without a father was a great misfortune. Amoretti is forced to kick his daughter out of the family home. Shortly after, Jacques Mazel went missing, his plane having crashed in flames behind German lines...