Enthusiasts The heritage lotto will continue for at least five years, announces Emmanuel Macron in Guéret
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that will continue for five years, announced the President of the Republic in Guéret (Creuse). It is thanks to the heritage lottery, which saves threatened monuments and sites, that the city theater, abandoned for 40 years, will be able to reopen its doors.
Emmanuel Macron promised on Friday that the heritage lottery, intended to restore goods in danger and which is celebrating its fifth edition this year, would continue for the next five years.
"It will last (still) at least five years (...) I hope that this decade will have made the thing irreversible," he told Guéret (Creuse), where the little Italian theater will benefit from aid of 500,000 euros in the heritage lotto for its catering and reopening.
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"This policy for heritage is important because it allows our towns and villages to reconnect with their history," he added, alongside his wife Brigitte Macron, of the Minister of Culture Rima Abdul Malak and by Stéphane Bern, head of the Heritage Mission.
In Guéret, the Italian theater will be restored
built in 1837, the Italian theater of Guéret was used as cantonment of soldiers during the First World War and then transformed into 1932 cinema when it closed in 1983.
The presidential couple, Stéphane Bern, the Minister of Culture and the President Managing Director of the French Games Stéphane Pallez have visited the site, plunged into sleep for 40 years.
"This theater, we will be able to rehabilitate it, reopen it and play it with the theater. It is great", welcomed the president on the eve of the 39th edition of the European Heritage Days, Saturday and Sunday. "We have young people of all ages who will be able to reclaim this place, craftsmen, artists who will be able to work," he added.
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,745 sites saved by the heritage lottery
The president and his wife, whom he met in a theater workshop when he was himself a high school student, attended a short performance of Hamlet interpreted by students from Terminale Lycée de Guéret.
The heritage lotto has brought together 200 million euros and save 745 sites in danger since 2018, said Emmanuel Macron.
The presidential couple then went to Aubusson (Creuse), stronghold of French tapestry, where he attended a "fall" of conversation with Smaug, an 8 m2 tapestry inspired by the work of the writer British J.R.R. Tolkien.
Fall of trade is the symbolic moment during which the threads are cut and the tapestry revealed. The work required 900 hours of work between February and August. "There are professions that plunge into our history. It is a huge French treasure" that must be preserved ", noted the president. Often the" trades of the hand "have been" neglected "while it is" fundamental professions where there are job prospects, "he insisted.
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