What’s on in... Septem­ber 2018

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7-16 Septem­ber Fes­ti­val In­ter­na­tional de Musique Be­sançon, Doubs Founded in 1948, the Be­sançon Fes­ti­val is one of France’s old­est and most pres­ti­gious mu­sic fes­ti­vals. It hosts mostly clas­si­cal sym­phonies and honours a guest com­poser each year. This year’s edi­tion will be cel­e­brat­ing French creations and the com­poser Eric Tan­guy fes­ti­val-be­san­con.com 1-16 Septem­ber Visa pour l’im­age Per­pig­nan, Pyrénées-ori­en­tales This pho­tog­ra­phy fes­ti­val fo­cuses on pho­to­jour­nal­ism and has been run­ning since 1989 when it was cre­ated by the ed­i­tor of Paris-match. For two weeks, hun­dreds of strik­ing im­ages are put on show in free ex­hi­bi­tions around town, show­cas­ing the best pho­tog­ra­phy in re­port­ing. vis­apourlim­age.com 29-30 Septem­ber Jardins Ou­verts Ile-de-france The se­cond edi­tion of the Jardins Ou­verts en Ile-de-france will fo­cus on veg­etable plots and the nat­u­ral pro­duce of the re­gion. From champignons de Paris to pep­per­mint from Milly-la-forêt, the event is an op­por­tu­nity to dis­cover gar­dens and parks around Paris not nor­mally open to the pub­lic. ilede­france.fr/jardinsou­verts 15-16 Septem­ber Fleurs en Seine Les Mureaux, Yve­lines Set on the banks of the River Seine west of Paris, this lovely flower and plant fes­ti­val is a real treat for botanists. With ex­hi­bi­tions, talks and work­shops this year’s edi­tion, the 15th since its in­cep­tion, cen­tres around suc­cu­lents and cacti, as well as plants from Mada­gas­car. You can also buy plants there. fleurs-en-seine.fr

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