Julie’s cultural agenda #6 : October.
October is not only the time for tights, boots and sneakers but also for a big whirl of culture! So let’s see what October will offer us!
As you may see, through this selection, there are lots of super heroes. let’s try to find them 😉 !
“Les contes du Chat Perché” at Comédie Saint Michel
This is a wonderful show to (re)discover Marcel Aymé’s children books. The Labigarrure company has made a great job: the show is poetic, esthaetically pleasing and the performance is perfect.
From 4 years-old at La Comédie Saint Michel.
Wednesday at 3.15 pm and Sunday at 2 pm.
« The world goes pop » in London
The Tate Modern exhibits International Pop Art. People of any age will love this playful and colorful retrospective : sculptures, installations with our favourite heroes or daily things… Sure that you’ll discover and learn many news artists.
From September 2015 from January 2016 – Tate Modern – Londres
Minis Heroes at La Géode
Mini Héros is a 3D amazing experience that takes place at the Villette’s Géode. The picture tells us the extraordinary day of a jumping mouse and a Tamias (kind of squirrel). Lots of adventures and emotion for our mini heroes and for us!
Mini Héros – From October, 6th at La Géode –
The Amigo hotel and the Tintin suite in Brussels
Need some escape for the week-end? So go to the Amigo Hotel and opt for the Tintin suite : the entire room is decorated with furniture and design from the Hergé Fondation. Moreover, the Hotel is very family friendly : the familyformula gives you all the comfort you need for you and your family : baby cot, children’s snack in your bedroom, Milou cuddly toy… So easy for a family break!
Amigo Hotel – Brussels –« Families R Forte » formula.
To finish, a stunning children book with animal super heroes that looks like a documentary. A way for your kid to learn many serious or crazy characteristics about animals : tricks, habits, favourite meals,….
14,90€ – Animaux Super-Héros
by Raphaël Martin and Guillaume Plantevin, La Martinière Jeunesse editions.
Many thanks for this energizing October agenda! You can follow Julie on her wonderful children cultural blog, Mini Branché. Please go and say hello!
Have a wonderful Sunday,