This shark entirely made of play bricks can inspire budding creators at Brick Live/ / Photo DDM, Antoine Berlioz.

Haute-Garonne: what to do during these All Saints holidays?

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Another week of vacation. Here are some ideas for outings in and around Toulouse. For those who love building games, don’t miss the Brick Live event. For those with a sweet tooth, the wine and chocolate fairs are the place to go. As for culture lovers, they will have the choice between Baker, Saint Phalle or Van Gogh. For this last week of vacation, there is entertainment for all tastes in Toulouse and the region. You choose !

Brick Live breaks bricks at the Palais des Congrès

This shark entirely made of play bricks can inspire budding creators at Brick Live/ / Photo DDM, Antoine Berlioz.
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Two million game bricks to create, play and discover, that’s what awaits you at Brick Live, which is being held at the Pierre Baudis Congress Center in Toulouse until October 30. In addition to the “Safari” exhibition, which features life-size savannah animals (lion, elephant, zebra, etc.), built by professionals, the public will be able to immerse themselves in brick pools and make their own creations. . Designed for children and adults alike, Birck Live delights families with its graffiti wall that lets you leave a message; the architecture space that invites you to build the city of tomorrow, without forgetting the Ninjago, Star Wars, Friends spaces… which still have their followers.

Until October 30, from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. non-stop, at the Pierre Baudis Congress Center in Toulouse. Admission: €12 (online) and €14 (on site). Free for children under 3 years old. www.bricklive.co

Van Gogh as you’ve never seen him at the Bazacle

Exposition " Van Gogh : The Immersive experience ", at Bazacle.  / Photo DDM Valentine Chapuis.

Exposition ” Van Gogh : The Immersive experience “, au Bazacle. / Photo DDM Valentine Chapuis.

With a little luck, you will be able to find a place, only online, for the exhibition Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience, which is being held at the Espace EDF-Bazacle, in Toulouse. Launched on July 6, it has just been extended until January 29, 2023, due to its great summer success and the strong demand that followed. Unconventional, the exhibition invites you to dive, thanks to 360-degree digital projections, into the most beautiful paintings by Van Gogh, to rediscover this misunderstood genius of his time.

Open Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. (last entry at 6 p.m.); Saturday from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. (last entry at 10 p.m.) and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. (last entry at 7 p.m.). https://vangoghexpo.com/toulouse/

Niki de Saint Phalle at the Slaughterhouses

Les Abattoirs, Musée – Frac Occitanie Toulouse presents a new exhibition dedicated to the Franco-American artist Niki de Saint Phalle (1930 – 2002) until March 5, 2023. Through “Niki de Saint Phalle. The 1980s and 1990s: Art in Freedom”, the public is invited to discover nearly 200 works (small and monumental, jewellery, perfume, videos, books, clothes, etc.) by the artist. This large and surprising exhibition also plunges the visitor into the development of the Tarot Garden at Capalbio in Tuscany, where he can appreciate the unbridled creativity of the artist. The vast rooms of the Musée des Abattoirs lend themselves perfectly to this journey which delivers, as Niki de Saint Phalle wished, “the joyful life of objects”, colors, shapes, in complete freedom…

At the Les Abattoirs museum (76, allées Charles de Fitte). Such. 05 34 51 10 60. www.lesabattoirs.org

Josephine Baker, last day

It’s now or never! The exhibition “Josephine Baker, a life of commitments”, presented at the Departmental Museum of Resistance & Deportation in Toulouse, ends this Saturday, October 29. It has already welcomed nearly 15,000 visitors since its opening on June 25, which is the museum’s attendance record since its reopening.
This exhibition revolves around 3 themes on the freedom of the artist, his struggles and his legacy. It highlights his existence in the light of his commitment during the Second World War and evokes his love and his commitment to France, alongside those who fought against racism and anti-Semitism in the world. The exhibition also comes to question the many faces of Josephine Baker, while paying homage to personalities of the Resistance.

Open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., at 52, allée des Demoiselles, in Toulouse.

The spider is out at Halle de la Machine

In Montaudran, during the autumn holidays, the Great Spider weaves its web at the Halle de La Machine. She will take you with long strides on the Trail of the Giants, where she will evolve to meet Asterion, the Minotaur. The True Machinists will dance and play with her gracefully articulated body, as she falls asleep in the snow and to music. A few lucky ones will even be able to climb on his back, by the light of the flares.

HIGHLIGHTS holiday weekends: October 29 and November 1, November 5 and 6. For Halloween, exceptional opening on October 31 and Tuesday November 1.

Escape to Le Castelet!

This Saturday, in Toulouse, the Castelet celebrates its second anniversary. For the occasion, the former prison of Saint-Michel offers a new exhibition: “In search of escape”. The opportunity to discover the methods used, the penalties incurred, the reasons that can lead to flight… With examples of incongruous and extraordinary escapes, having taken place in France and in Saint-Michel more particularly.
But the escape is not only physical. It will address all the means that some prisoners use to survive and escape their living conditions without escaping from prison. Two tours are scheduled at 11:30 a.m. and 3 p.m., at a cost of €3. Plan an hour. Reservation recommended on the online ticket office or on site at the Castelet shop.

Le Castelet, Grande Rue Saint-Michel, in Toulouse.Tel. 06 17 97 28 86.

Explosion of flavors at the Vins & Terroirs and Chocolat & Gourmandises fairs

Gourmets have an appointment at the MEETT this weekend, for the Salon du Chocolat./ Photo DR.

Gourmets have an appointment at the MEETT this weekend, for the Salon du Chocolat./ Photo DR.

Notice to amateurs, this is the gourmet rendezvous of the holidays! The MEETT hosts two fairs “Vins & Terroirs” and “Chocolat & Gourmandises” until Sunday. Nearly fifty chocolatiers and confectioners will share their know-how. Among them, you will find the renowned chocolate artisans of the Toulouse region: Maison Pillon, De la Fève au Palais, Bello & Angeli, Castan Chocolatier, Salon Cacao’T, les Tabliers Toqués By Sébastien Baye, Maison Escarnot,… As for wines, 300 local actors and French wine appellations will offer quality bottles at attractive prices with the desire to showcase their work, taking the time to discuss their stories and practices. This is an opportunity to build up your cellar, whether you are an amateur or an insider, depending on your budget. An auction of 400 lots of wines, champagnes & spirits will take place this Saturday from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Saturday and Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., at the MEETT, in Aussonne, free parking. Single entry Wines & Terroirs + Chocolate & Delicacies: €6.50.

Come and celebrate Halloween in Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges

Come and participate in the Halloween scavenger hunt, in Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges./ Dr

Come and participate in the Halloween scavenger hunt, in Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges./ Dr

Do you want to free Gaston and Adelaïde, victims of a bad spell? Luckily, you will find, in Saint-Bertrand-de Comminges, all the ingredients needed to create an elixir that will save them. To do this, just go to the Olivetans on the cathedral square. There, you will be given a booklet that will allow you to solve the enigma, through a treasure hunt organized in the alleys of the medieval city. Then, all you have to do is return to the Olivetans with your answers and you will be rewarded! The treasure hunt is available free of charge during all holidays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., until October 31 and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., from November 1 to 6. But plan to arrive a little earlier because it takes a good hour to solve all the puzzles.

Les Olivetains, forecourt of the cathedral, in Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges, tel. 05.61.95.44.44.

Arts & Fire Fair in Martres-Tolosane

Graffiti artists Loïc Mondé, Gauthier Genet and Momies are the guests of the Arts & and fire fair to be held in Martres-Tolosane this weekend. For this 21st edition, their works rub shoulders with those of the 100 creative artisans who work with glass, metal, ceramics…

October 29, 30 and 31 & November 1 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Free entry and parking.

Rugby party at Matabiau station

This Monday October 31 from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. and Tuesday November 1 from 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., the Rugby World Cup 2023 exhibition train will stop at Matabiau station in Toulouse. On the program: honoring the opening match France – New Zealand, focus on the qualified teams…



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