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Théo Mercier and François Chaignaud

From 6 to 8 June

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01 40 03 75 75 Monday to Saturday from 10.30am to 7.30pm

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At information and ticket office folly 7 days a week from 10.30am to 7.30pm


Full Price 15€
Reduced rate* 12€
Carte Villette and Subscribers* 10€
Youth Card* 10€
Under 12 years old / Young Subscribers 8€

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Access Porte de La Villette :
Métro Line 7: Stop at « Porte de la Villette » then walk 10 min
Bus : Line 139, 150, 152
Tram Line T3b: stop at « Ella Fitzgerald / Grands-Moulins de Paris », at 5 min from Porte de Pantin and Porte de la Villette
RER E: Gare de Pantin
Bicycle : Station Vélib n° 19044 - rue de la Cloture
Walking : at 10 min from the Grande Halle. Follow the canal in direction of Pantin, it is after the Cabaret Sauvage !
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Car Park "Cité des Sciences" (PML please call 01 40 03 75 75)


From June 6th to 8th
Every day at 9pm
Duration 45 min

A parking lot, stuntman Cyril Bourny’s motorcycle, Marie-Pierre Brébant’s harpsichord, Théo Mercier’s polished work, and François Chaignaud pouring on the charm: between struggle and seduction, between a song and a cry of desire, Radio Vinci Park is a veritable mythology of the asphalt.


A garage, the rumble of a motorcycle, a stuntman who does not reveal his face; Cyril Bourny rides away masked. Somewhere in the distance, Marie-Laure Brébant plays her Baroque repertoire on a harpsichord. Meanwhile, François Chaignaud shows up, a wild man, heels and bust forward, pouring on the charm, and the earth cracks open. Between struggle and seduction, between a song and a cry of desire, Radio Vinci Park stirs the depths of our fantasies. Théo Mercier’s polished work undergirds this chiaroscuro and creates from out of nothing a mythology of the asphalt.