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17 and 18 September 2022Passed
Conditions
Single price 3 € - free PMR and under 8 years
September 2022
Saturday 17
10:00 - 18:00
Sunday 18
10:00 - 18:00
Accessible to the motor impaired
0 to 99 years old

Chartreuse de Neuville

1 Allée de la Chartreuse - 62170 Neuville-sous-Montreuil
  • Pas-de-Calais
  • Hauts-de-France

Nomadic Tribe Transhumance

Accompany the «Nomadic Tribe» transhumance through the Charterhouse with a musician or storyteller.
17 and 18 September 2022Passed
Conditions
Single price 3 € - free PMR and under 8 years
La Chartreuse de Neuville

Accompanied by the musical artist «Graine de Perle» (on Saturday) and the storyteller Nathalie Grave (on Sunday), move through the Chartreuse the amazing sandstone characters fashioned by potter ceramicist François Dewisme. Filmed, assembled, decorated, they are all different and yet identifiable as belonging to the same tribe, the Nomad Tribe.
Take part in a unique experience of «transhumance» by scattering these characters full of humanity through the Charterhouse.

Types d'événement
Spectacle / Lecture
Thème 2022
No selection
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Conditions de participation
Tarif préférentiel

About the location

Chartreuse de Neuville
1 Allée de la Chartreuse - 62170 Neuville-sous-Montreuil
  • Pas-de-Calais
  • Hauts-de-France
Based(Established) in the XIVth century., Neuville's Chartreuse, several times devastated, was rebuilt in 1870 by Norman Clovis, architect of Hesdin. After the departure of the Carthusian monks in 1905, the Monastery is transformed into hospital, civilian, then military. He(It) accommodates after Second World War, the home-asylum of the Hospital centre of the Arrondissement of Montreuil. Today, Neuville's Chartreuse is on the way to be rehabilitated to become a place where the time of dialogue is taken to invent the future.
Tags
Édifice religieux, Édifice hospitalier, Espace naturel, parc, jardin, Monument historique
La Chartreuse de Neuville - Philippe Frutier