Instructions

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The Régie culturelle régionale provides assistance for all live entertainment professionals and supports artistic teams and their projects to present new works.

Scènes au Sud is a free directory of entertainment venues: it can be used to look up a hall or any other type of venue suitable for your artistic, cultural or events project in real time.

This venue guide is intended to be detailed, relevant and updated regularly. This is why it is available in digital format only.

Artists, cultural performers, operators...make targeted choices quickly and easily - it takes only a couple of clicks!

 

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You can search according to several criteria :

  • name (structure, hall)
  • location (town, department, Région Sud)
  • type (venues are listed by activity)
  • capacity (number of spectators)
  • programme (including events for children)

 

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You will obtain a list of venues that may be presented as :

  • thumbnails
  • lists
  • detailed information sheets

You can thus :

  • filter the results
  • add to the results

 Refine your search using additional criteria :

  • dressing rooms
  • audiovisual equipment
  • closed loop for the hearing-impaired
  • whether the venue is available for hire
  • labels & networks

 

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Each venue is presented as a detailed sheet that sets out all the relevant information :

  • contacts
  • capacity
  • description (stage, proscenium, rigging, etc.)
  • technical equipment & stage equipment
  • access to the set
  • ancillary equipment
 

 

You can print out or save (in PDF or spreadsheet format) the lists and the detailed sheets for your selections and each of the venues you have chosen.

In addition, you will soon be able to view predefined “selections” or the entire guide.

If you manage a distribution platform, remember to contact us to make sure your equipment is listed (LISTING A VENUE) and we will do the rest without delay.

N.B.: this website lists only those venues, facilities and structures that replied to the survey launched in December 2017 by the Régie culturelle régionale. It is thus not exhaustive and is constantly being updated.