Entertainment in Mauritius, Réunion & Seychelles

  • Entertainment in Réunion

    Rondavelle Les Filaos – Chez Jean-Paul

    Like bees to honey, St-Leusiens swarm on this modest, open-air bar close to the beach when live bands perform on Sunday evenings. Good blend of electro, maloya (traditional dance music), rock and jazz. During the day the 'Ronda' is esteemed for its cheap sandwiches, freshly squeezed fruit juices and cold beers.

  • Entertainment in Réunion

    Le Toit

    Attracting mostly Zoreilles (mainland French) regulars, this lively bar is packed to the rafters on weekends. It hosts live bands on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings (check the Facebook page). Great-value beers and cocktails are two more reasons to drop by. Skip the food.

  • Entertainment in Réunion

    Le Séchoir – Le K

    One of Réunion's venues for contemporary theatre, dance and music, as well as puppet shows, circus acts and other cultural activities. The organisers also put on open-air concerts and film shows in the area. Contact the tourist office to find out about the latest shows.

  • Entertainment in Port Louis

    Caudan Arts Centre

    Port Louis' newly minted arts centre, which opened at the end of 2018, is a terrific concert and multi-use venue where you can catch the country's best live performances, from theatre to music concerts and more. Check the website for the full program.

  • Entertainment in Port Louis

    Port Louis Casino

    The mighty popular city casino is about the liveliest place in town after midnight – its salient (some would say tackiest) feature externally is its ship-shaped design, crowned at its prow by the campest lion imaginable. Miaow. There are slot machines downstairs and blackjack and American roulette on the 1st floor. Smart-casual dress is required.

  • Entertainment in Port Louis

    Municipal Theatre

    The appealing Municipal Theatre was built in 1822, making it the oldest theatre in the Indian Ocean region. It was being gutted for massive renovation at the time of research, so who knows what will rise from the ashes, or whether it will preserve the old atmosphere and elegance.