Rennes Nightlife

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    Opéra de Rennes: opera at Rennes

    by gwened Written Dec 29, 2013
    Op��ra de Rennes

    This is a wonderful property in a great historical city center of Rennes, the Opéra is a masterpiece of architecture.
    Inaugurated on February 29, 1836, after its construction had started in 1832 under many problems to built it, it suffered a fire in 1856. The Opera, then called 'Photography Theater'. The façade and its roof overlooking the place de l'Hôtel de Ville, as well as the chimneys of the building of the Gallery theater, rue de Brillac and rue de Coëtquen. The opera has been restored in 1997-1998.

    a unique building that has its originality that it was included in a real estate project with housing and galleries and protected by a canopy at the back of the opera. In other originality is to adapt to the shape of the Hôtel de Ville de Rennes ,the advance of opera meets the hollow of the city hall.

    Provided with a room of 642 places, is one of the smallest of France's operas. Mainly focused on the art of Opera plays. The ceiling of the room is made by Jean-Julien Lemordant in 1914. A fresco of a lounge is attributed by Denise Delouche, the painter Camille Godet.

    Dress Code: very nice indeed, I came at night so it was dress to kill

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    Théatre National de Bretagne: Theater anyone in TNB

    by gwened Written Oct 23, 2012
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    a theater name after a whole region, does it tell you something, yes this is Brittany's theater at Rennes.
    It has become the Centre Européen de Production Théâtrale et Chorégraphique
    an artists workshop
    a resource of production for young artists
    and a superior school of drama arts
    all in one. This is the TNB today

    It is here since 1949 evolving thru the years and always providing great theater arts to the city. You can tour the place call ahead all year around +33 (0) 2 99 31 55 33.

    You can see great movies shown here even foreigh films for 8€ you can buy ticket at the counters or online at cityvox.com
    These are the next events here
    http://www.t-n-b.fr/fr/saison/listing.php?a=1

    Dress Code: very nice clothing for a night out on a theater, some casual clothing was seen in earlier shows but the night shows dress to kill

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    Rue de la soif: Most famous street from Rennes

    by chess_machine Written Nov 28, 2005

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    La rue de la soif, literally Thirst street, is Rennes most famous street. Had heard many times about this street and went there last Friday night. Well, it is said to be really animated, which means sometimes there are also some fights. Last Friday was not animated and the bar we went to closed at 12.30am...

    Anyway, la Rue de la Soif shows hips of different bars, mainly pubs, and is located in a very animated quarter. Rennes is a student city so the nightlife is pretty good there. Most crowded nights are usually Thursday and Saturday.

    By the way, the real name of Rue de la Soif is Rue Saint Michel.

    Dress Code: Casual

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