1st - 31 AUGUST 2018
MUCEM Plan B
#SHOWS #LIVE #ART
The Mucem announces 496 hours of programs outside the tracks, for all ages and all tastes! If, like us, you enjoyed the 2017 edition, this year promises to be rich in beautiful evening to brighten our summer in Marseille.
Plan B presents outdoor parties at Fort Saint-Jean: shows and performances on Wednesdays (music, circus, dance, banquet), concerts and electro live Thursdays, open ait theater under the stars on Fridays, and surprising readings on Saturdays .
Every day, you can go to the museum from 10am to enjoy a range of cultural colors: unusual visits, workshops, cinema, books and readings ... Not to mention that Plan B is also: practice in the art of doing nothing with a moment of reverie under the sun as to offer yourselves a magic drink with a view of the big blue from the ramparts of Fort Saint-Jean.
from 10am to 11pm and sometimes more
Fort Saint-Jean (bridge access)
Every Thursday in the month of August, Plan B will show you live artists of the new French electro scene.
Plan B is also exceptional events around music, dance, banquet and circus
Wednesday 8 August : Danc and musice
from Sylvain Groud et Naïssam Jalal
An evening between dance and music with La Déclaration, a piece for five dancers and five musicians, by choreographer Sylvain Groud and flutist of Syrian origin Naïssam Jalal. Preceded by a surprise solo.
Wednesday 15 August : Grand banquet
Bal and dîner by Emmanuel Perrodin
With chefs Emmanuel Perrodin and Gérald Passedat, a gastronomic summer banquet to celebrate the art of living well, eating well and dancing well! A convivial and tasteful event proposed in relation to the exhibition "Eat in the eye" which highlights the French at table in two centuries of photographs.
Mercredi 22 août : Cirque
Pelat de Joan Catal, Copyleft de Nicanor de Elia, Bal Trap de La Contrebande
Performances acrobatiques, jongleurs virtuoses et voltigeurs téméraires, au programme de cette soir.e consacr.e aux arts du cirque, avec les spectacles Pelat du Catalan Joan Catal., Copyleft de l’Argentin Nicanor de Elia, et Bal Trap de La Contrebande.