Théâtre des Asphodèles took part in its first Festival of Lights with a project entitled La Cité Lumineuse displayed at its own premises at 84, avenue Félix Faure.
From 2004 to 2006, the site featured lights and characters hanging from a sky of coloured stars, designed to surprise audiences.
In 2007, it created the Labo # des Asphos in its new site in the former Merck laboratories in Avenue Lacassagne. University students, design students, artists and collectives were invited to take up residence and fill a number of stalls with their original projects, turning the Théâtre des Asphodèles into a beehive for the 3 evenings at the festival. The building's long corridor was lined with nine stalls, featuring the work of artists from a range of backgrounds, each creating their own universe.
En 2011, Labo # des Asphodèles moved to the Grolée district of Lyon to light up the streets' shop windows.
In 2013 and 2014, Labo# decorated Charles Marie Widor Square with original, eye-opening creations.
Théâtre des Asphodèles has now moved into the public arena and this year is once again delighting audiences with its enthusiasm for light and design.