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Offbeat Rennes. The program of the week at the West-France

23:15  29 october  2021
23:15  29 october  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

plugs, strike at the SNCF ... Holidays of Toussaint Complicated Transport

 plugs, strike at the SNCF ... Holidays of Toussaint Complicated Transport © Philippe Renault / Archives West France Traffic jams on the Rennes ring road (Ille-et-Vilaine) in 2015. Stock Photo Illustration. . The holidays of All Saints begin this Friday, October 22nd. Marked by a strike at the SNCF and the traditional weekend plugs, they will be particularly complicated in terms of travel. This time, the Holidays of All Saints' Day will not be confined. The opportunity for some items of "normal life" to return.

L’ancien président de la République François Hollande revient à l’Espace Ouest-France de Rennes, mardi 2 novembre 2021. © Remy Chanteloup / West-France The former President of the Republic François Hollande returns to the West-France space of Rennes, Tuesday 2 November 2021.

François Hollande , President of the Republic of 2012 to 2017, is the guest of the West-France space, Tuesday, November 2, 2021, from 6 pm.

Tuesday 2 November at 12:30 am, registration in public of the "Full Literary" show with TV Rennes, animated by Vincent Simonneaux and Christophe Penven of TV Rennes, Laurent Frégité de Ouest-France. At 6 pm, meeting with François Hollande, President of the Republic of 2012 to 2017, for his book published in Stock "Confron" in partnership with the Bookstore Failover. The meeting will be followed by a signing session.

Theater. Touching, human, current: Dispac'h has another look at immigration

 Theater. Touching, human, current: Dispac'h has another look at immigration © Emmanuel Valette Marie-Christine Vergiat, Europutée between 2009 and 2019, will also be on stage, for the show Dispac'h. Patricia Alliot evokes migrants by reconstituting a court session mixing comedians and witnesses of civil society. To see in Lorient, Brest and Rennes in November 2021. touching, immersive, human, current ... Many words could define the show Dispac'h (1), directed by the Breton Patricia Alliot , which will be played in November 2021 to Rennes .

Thursday 4 November to 6 pm, meeting with Sorj Calandon for his book published by Grasset Éditions "Child of Balaud" in partnership with the bookstore. The meeting will be followed by a signing session.

League 1. New victory for Rennes, who wins his duel against Strasbourg

 League 1. New victory for Rennes, who wins his duel against Strasbourg © Vincent Michel / West-France The joy of the Rennais after the goal of Nayef Aguper, who offers the victory in Rennes against Strasbourg in Ligue 1. and a more victory for Stade Rennais! Facing Strasbourg, the Bretons have chained a third consecutive success in Ligue 1, the fifth all competitions combined. Against the Alsatians, driven by a certain Julien Stéphan, it was not until the end of the match to see Rennes find the fault. Nayef Aguerd allowed the Rennais to take the three points.

Friday, November 5, at 6 pm, meeting with Yvon Lechevestrier for his book published by Éditions COLLECTION "40 years of local radios stories in Rennes" in partnership with the library Failover. The meeting will be followed by a signing session.

Practice . Meetings organized at the West-France space, 38 Rue du Pre-Koker, Rennes. The sanitary pass, the port of the mask and the washing of the hands with the freeze made available are mandatory at the entrance of the West-France space. Free admission, limited seating available.

Rennes: a suspect indicted for attempted murder, after the fall of a 3rd floor of a building .
the victim, aged by forty years, is hospitalized in a serious state. © Supplied by FranceInfo A 30-year-old suspect was indicted for attempted murder after the fall of a 3rd floor of a building Sunday morning in Rennes (Ille-et-Vilaine), reports Wednesday France Blue Armorique which contacted the prosecutor's office. The man, suspected of being involved in the fall of the victim, denies the facts.

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