The Cadre Noir equestrian display team puts on two types of astonishingly graceful show: Matinales, hour-long training demonstrations with commentary; and – this is what it's most famous for – ballet-like Galas that…
In the 24th week of each year (mid-June), 260,000 car-racing fans converge on Le Mans for this storied 24-hour endurance race. Driven by three-driver teams, the sleek, low-slung cars whip around Circuit de la Sarthe…
A sound-and-light show brings the château’s history and architecture to life with dramatic lighting and narration; an all-new 360-degree spectacle was inaugurated in 2018.
Art cinema that shows non-dubbed films, many of them in English, on its seven screens. Look for the bright-red neon sign.
This impressive Italianate theatre building, opened in 1889, hosts operas, symphonies, chamber music and other concerts.
This 45-minute show features horses and riders in colourful, François I-themed dress, and birds of prey.
Hosts opera, music, theatre and dance in an imposing neoclassical building (1871).
Angers’ state-of-the-art performance and visual-arts centre.
Designed by Jean Nouvel, Tours' convention centre was built in 1994.