A "gradual return of the cultural life", based on a "logic of confidence": the sector of culture, with the luxury and tourism, as a whole is key to the economy and the attractiveness of the country, will be able to raise the head. Throughout the country, museums and monuments will reopen their doors from June 2, with the condition to wear a mask required by the agents home and by visitors.see also : Lifting of 100 km, the reopening of restaurants... all the ads of Édouard Philippe on the "phase 2" of the déconfinement
Until then, only small settlements, of which the public had of the surrounding area, had resumed activity. They had done in a haphazard manner, but the removal of the rule 100 km should allow them to reconnect with an attendance of honourable. The Louvre, the Centre Pompidou, the Musée d'orsay and the large capital ships can also make their reappearance, as long as they develop an organization for the agents and for the reception of the public.
Side concert halls and theatres, which piaffaient impatience as their finances are in peril, it is the exit of the tunnel (outside of those located in the Île-de-France, in the Oise department and in Mayotte, which will open until the 22nd of June). In almost all of the country, "if some (producers) can reopen it, that they do so" with health rules, stressed the prime minister, by establishing with them a sort of covenant of trust.A recovery in crucial
But "the opponent" is still there, hammered Édouard Philippe. Large gatherings, festivals or concerts, whether they be in covered spaces or in the open air, will still be limited to 5,000 people - a figure subject to revision by the prefects, in the event of a breach of security. Thanks to this, the live entertainment should limit the damage, even if many festivals, such as Avignon or les rencontres d'arles, have already announced that they would strike it down, and will probably not have the time to get back in the saddle. And even if the big national theatres, such as that of Strasbourg, and la Criée in Marseille, have already completed their season. It doesn't matter: even partially, the recovery is crucial. According to a study conducted by the consultancy EY on behalf of the producers of shows, festivals and theatre owners, the loss of revenue is estimated at € 1.8 billion, and tens of thousands of jobs are threatened.see also : "A resumption of the shows, but not at any condition!"
with Regard to 2000 cinemas of France, who thought they have the permission to open on the 1st of July, they come to win a week of operation. "At the request of the operators," said the prime minister, all the theaters will be able to operate again from the 22nd of June. They will probably all Wednesday, June 24, in order to ensure the films an outlet on a maximum of screens. The professionals are confident in the return of the spectators.
"people have a thirst for something else after having spent more than two months on the platforms. As in the past with the tv, cassettes and DVD," judge Jocelyn Bouyssy, CEO of the group CGR (702 theaters and 25 million visitors per year).The editorial team conseilleLes secrets and behind-the-scenes of the Paris Opera, so fragile dream machine"Time regained" of concertsSujetsÉdouard PhilippeSpectacle VivantVie CulturelleThéâtreMuséesSpectacles3 commentairestrublion99le 28/05/2020 22:59
Me, who believed that they or getting some air in the fields, harvesting the crops.Philigranele 28/05/2020 21:59
The Avignon festival will again be able to produce its "pytreries"anonymele 28/05/2020 21:58
The culture... Thankfully it is not limited to circulate in the museums and attend the theater. The containment has, on the contrary, may have been for some means of discovering for good.Read the 3 comments