Culture has an important role in the life of the Toulon Provence Méditerranée Metropole. Many events with international reach take place in exceptional locations. Discover them…
The Toulon opera house
The Toulon opera house was inaugurated on October 1st, 1862. Granted historical monument status, this classical building is in the heart of the city of Toulon. Diverse programming – theatre, operas, ballets, operettas – gives access to culture to all audiences. Find the complete programme here
Le Liberté – National Theatre
In the heart of Toulon, the Théâtre Liberté was inaugurated in 2011. It hosts a year-round selection of about fifty shows, more than a hundred performances in total, three festivals… that amounts to nearly three hundred events every year. Creation is central to its artistic mission: every season, it co-produces a dozen shows.
The Villa Noailles
The villa Noailles was built in Hyères in 1923 by the architect Robert Mallet-Stevens, for the couple Charles and Marie-Laure de Noailles, and was one of the first modern-style constructions undertaken in France. It has become a haven for art, dedicated to architecture, fashion, design and photography, and hosts many international festivals. The Villa Noailles was granted the distinction of « Centre d’Art d’Intérêt National » (Art Centre of National Interest) thanks to its originality, its quality and generous programming.
La Villa Tamaris Pacha – Art Centre
Villa Tamaris is an exhibition venue dating from the 19th century – it has become an art centre focused of figurative painting and contemporary photography. High on the hill of Tamaris in La Seyne-sur-Mer, it overlooks Lazaret bay and boasts an exceptional view on the Saint-Mandrier peninsula and on the great Toulon Bay.
Châteauvallon – National Theatre
Built around a small XIth century fort in Ollioules, Châteauvallon is surrounded by nature. In both the indoor theatre and the open-air amphitheatre, Châteauvallon provides a varied programme including dance, theatre and music. Famous names such as Maurice Béjart, Philippe Découflé or Paul McCartney have already set foot in this beautiful location. Find the complete programme here
Pôle Jeune Public (Young Audiences Division)
The Pôle Jeune Public (Young Audiences Division), in the village of Revest-les-Eaux, has something for the youngest of us, for teenagers and for family audiences, through a selection of cultural events: theatre, circus, exhibitions, concerts…