The 68th edition has ended on the 27th of July with Corps de mots in the Cour d'honneur. Thanks to the audience, always so numerous in Avignon, as well as people who have join us on this website and on our social networks.
During summer, relive the Festival or discover what you have missed by viewing the captations of the meetings, debates, shows extracts and on-line interviews on festival-avignon.tv and find more images in each of the show pages in the menu "artistic programme".
Within the framework of the mobilisation regarding the reform of the intermittence for performing arts, the artists spoke out on stage.
Find the complete captations of Prince de Hombourg, Orlando ou l'Impatience, Henry VI and Notre peur de n'être on festival-avignon.tv, "Live" section
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In July, young critics have discovered the Festival through videos reports which they have realized: interviews with the artists, captations of meetings and shows, subjects connected to the organization and to the professions of the Festival, discover all their subjects in the magazine …
The Edit-a-Thons of the 68th Festival d'Avignon: searching, writing, shows… In July, the Festival d'Avignon was the first institution of performing arts to join Wikimedia France to offer you two edit-a-thons.
The Festival d'Avignon is on social networks : to be the first informed of our actuality, follow us on Facebook, on Twitter and on Instagram. To get more information on the artists and the performances which compose this Festival, discover our Pearltrees.
The Festival is working on a new version of his web site and on the archives including 67 passed editions, that is more than 3,600 events. The "history" and "archives" will be available in September. For your researches on the Festival d'Avignon, please find more information on the online catalog of the Bibliothèque nationale de France.
You can buy all year round the exclusive merchandise of Festival d'Avignon: posters, T-shirts and other objects to offer oneself or to be offered. This products are also available, from September to June at the Festival office in the Cloître Saint-Louis in Avignon and, in July, at the Festival shop, place de l'Horloge.