Baptiste Lechaplain is the first big headliner of the cultural season at L’Aigle

On October 4, Baptist Lechaplain will visit the residents of Pays-de-l’Aigle (©DR)

Construction of a cultural complex Rifle on stage imposes on City of L’Aigle (Orne) move part of your programming abroad, Dawn basically

But this does not change the way the season will be built, “which will be accessible to everyone, both in terms of the program and at prices that have not increased in eight years,” he admits. Charlene Renard, Cultural Assistant. “They even came down to the headliners.”

Butches in La Grande Sophie

In the modern tradition at L’Aigle, the program will bring together well-known artists and those who are just starting out, sometimes even local ones. Yes, Les Mégots, Aiglons, confirming that their talent was not lightning, will play in the first part with the young people of the music department of Molière College.

Better than any other considerations, here is a detailed program and you will see that there will definitely be meetings for you.

Friday, September 23 in the Church of Saint-Martin at 20:30 “Journey to Romantic Europe” by the Regional Orchestra of Normandy as part of the Septembre musical.

Tuesday, October 4 in the village council of Aubé at 8:30 p.m. a new play by Baptiste Lecaplain “To see the people”.

Video: Now on Actu

Saturday, October 22 in the village council of Aubé at 20:30, concert Les Mégots, five eagle mouths of French song.

From November 17 to 20 in L’Aigle, Aube, Verneuil and Crulai, Jazz en Ouche festival with Pauline Croze, Manu Lanvin, Les Désaxés, Scratchophone Orchestra, master class with Eagle Méga Band and conference by Alain Siard.

Saturday, December 10 in the Michaux hall at 3:00 p.m., a musical object show “A ladrift” by the company La Rustine.

Saturday, January 7 at the L’Aiglon cinema at 15:00 a film concert with the Orchester Régional de Normandie, “The Man Who Planted Trees” by Jean Gionnot.

Thursday, January 19 at Salle Michaux at 20:30, a classical lyrical show, L’île de Tulipan, a funny and poetic musical adventure about the place of men and women, family and power.

Saturday, February 4 in the multipurpose hall of St-Michel-Thubeuf at 8:30 p.m., classical music concert of the music school, 150 years of the Lyre Aiglonne.

Friday, February 10 in the village council of Aube at 20:30, theater Black Comedy boulevard, a phenomenal show arrives in France with Guillaume Saintouth, Virginie Lemoine, Melanie Page, Remy Roubach…

Friday, March 17 at the Aube Village Hall, La Grande Sophie’s concert in a big hyper-creative return, from the sounds to the arrangements to the blue Cyanotype image of her cover, which she took care of realizing. His voice is at the center of the project, his texture emerges in songs alternately pop, folk, rock, where the atmosphere makes a big difference between depth and lightness.

Wednesday, March 29 at the village council of Aube at 11:00 and 17:00, family show from 3 years, Le Voyage Fabuleux de Théophile. From ballads to lullabies, from nursery rhymes to dance and song, a trio of master singers and musicians offers a musical journey.

From March 20 to April 16 at the Galerie des Tanneurs, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 14:00 to 17:00, an exhibition by L.Gréo, “obsessed with the text” who paints abstraction, figurative and expressionism every day.

From June 5 to 11 at the Galerie des Tanneurs at 8:30 p.m., L’Aigle en scène amateur theater festival, a meeting and exchange place for enthusiasts who present the results of a year of rehearsals.

From June 12 to 17 in the Tanner media library and gallery, a storytelling festival.


Reservations at the cultural service of the city of L’Aigle by phone 02 33 84 44 40, [email protected] Online ticket sales at

Was this article helpful to you? Note that you can follow Le Réveil Normand in the “My News” section. In one click after registration, you will find all the news of your favorite cities and brands.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *