This former sugar-refining plant and subsequent tobacco factory is now a vibrant arts centre with a theatre, artists’ workshops, cinema, multimedia displays, skateboard ramps, electro and world-music parties et al. …
One of a strip of raucous drinking holes on the edge of the old town, Wayne’s Place is a proper pub, through and through: plenty of beers on tap, a nightly roster of bands and big-screen sports action. Scruffy as it…
This lovely riverside bar and outdoor grill is a great spot for an evening drink, especially if you fancy catching a bit of authentic Roma music accompanied by some fresh sangria
Four-screen art-house cinema at cultural centre La Manutention; shows films in their original language.
The vintage 1885 grande dame hosts operas, ballets and orchestral concerts.
Marseille’s cherished football team plays at Stade Vélodrome, which also hosts concerts. Occasional guided tours are available via the tourist office. It’s 4km or so south of the Vieux Port, along av du Prado.
This dynamic cafe, cultural centre and live-music venue is the place to tune into the current and emerging music scene. Live music and jam sessions most nights from 9pm.
Rock, opérock, alternative theatre, reggae, hip-hop, Afro groove and other cutting-edge entertainment all appear on the bill. The website lists gigs.