Martinique Performing Arts

Aimé Césaire Theatre

  • Rue Victor Sévère Map It
  • Fort-de-France
  • Theater

Published 02/01/2016

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This ornate, historical building—built around 1901—is the main theater downtown. Now named after Martinique’s literary great, Aimé Césaire, it has an Italian Proscenium stage with excellent acoustics.This impressive building (circa 1912) with classic design and Italian architectural theater inspirations, was the old City Hall (interesting translation: Hotel de Ville).

Césaire’s former office has been arranged as an exhibition space, open for visits. The schedule of events includes national and international music and/or dance companies, and more.

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Rue Victor Sévère, Fort-de-France, n/a Martinique, 97200, Martinique

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Published 02/01/2016


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