Enthusiasts Rennes. A pianist with barefoot settles in the middle of the street to play
Rennes breaks his piggy bank for a Belgian (official) defender
© provided by Sports.fr The Belgian international is committed to Rennes! Qualified for the Europa League next season, the Stade Rennais is very discreet on the transfer market with only the one of Steve Mandanda , free from Marseille. In the direction of departures, the Breton club was able to fill its boxes thanks to the sales of Nayef Aguerd in West Ham (35 million euros) and Mathys Tel in Bayern Munich (20 million euros).
The musician settled, Friday September 23 at the end of the morning, in the middle of the street, on the forecourt of Saint-Pierre de Rennes cathedral.
No, you did not dream ... There is a pianist, barefoot and dressed in black, who settled this morning, Friday September 23, to play in the middle of the forecourt of Saint-Pierre Cathedral , in downtown Rennes (Ille-et-Vilaine). A talented musician according to those who had the chance to hear him, who distilled more experimental than classic tunes, "improvised" for some, in this sector of the hypercentre.
A permanent fun fair announced in Rennes: "This project brings together 100 years of rides' history"
© DR former artistic director of a large advertising agency, Régis Maslet has always had a passion for rides. A carousel of the 19th century, bastrringues, estaminets ... The collector of rides, Régis Masclet, prepares the opening of a place dedicated to the Foain Forest of yesteryear in the city center of Rennes in 2025. A project evaluated to several million euros for which he is looking for funds. “There will be a mechanical organ, a mechanical bike ride, bastrringues and staminests.
"It was nice, we smile at the Bistro next. He was there around 11 a.m. and he had to leave around 12 p.m., taking his piano on casters. at 1 p.m. Indeed, the mysterious musician had already folded Piano. A pretty parenthesis at a time when the sky was tinged with gray.
Rennes. At the Marmaille festival, there is no taboo subject for the young audience! .
© Christophe Marand in "Avant Tous" (all audiences, from 10 years old), Zoé Grossot evokes the forgotten female figures in history. in Rennes, Marmaille celebrates her thirty years with around twenty shows for young audiences, some of whom are offered from an early age. The Marmaille festival is thirty years old. "What changed in the 1990s was the recognition of this name" young audience "claimed by the actors", says Alix Clerfeuille.