Built in the late eighteenth century on land which formerly belonged to the Célestins convent, this theatre was inaugurated in 1792. It was destroyed by fire in 1871 and rebuilt by Gaspard André, who rebuilt it again in the Italian style after a second fire in 1880-1881.
Source: Lyon History Museum - Musées Gadagne • To learn more
Wednesday 8, Thursday 9: 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Friday 10, Saturday 11: 8 p.m. to midnight
► Masks mandatory for adults and children over 11.
Come closer to this bizarre geodesic dome and admire its neon lines and triangles criss-crossed by beams of light.
These represent the digital connections and communications made throughout the world during the lockdowns. Their movement has been generated using downloaded data from video conferencing applications.
This architecture symbolises interrelation and networking that is both dependent and independent, built on a structure in which the strength of the whole is guaranteed by the secure connections between the individual elements.