Ranked as part of the non-material cultural heritage of the canton of
Vaud, the Brandons, the Servion Revue, the Circus Helvetia as well as various
fairs and markets are traditions enhancing life in our region. In addition,
there are festivals, theater plays and concerts designed for a large public.
Café-Théâtre Barnabé (Servion)
Transformed into a café-theatre in 1965 by Barnabé, an avid opera fan and revue producer, this former country barn has welcomed innumerable musicians and entertainers. Since 1998, the theatre boasts the largest cinema organ in Europe.
Jorat Theatre (Mézières )
In 1908, the Vaud writer René Morax opened this popular theatre, today a cultural touchstone in French Switzerland, out in the countryside. The charming wooden structure, listed as historical monument, saw the creation of Arthur Honegger’s “King David".
Theatrical Season Moudon (Moudon)
For the past 18 years, the Association Grenier Culture from October to April organises the theatrical season. There are two venues in the town: the Salle de la Douane (some 350 seats) and the Théâtre de la Corde (some 50 seats).
Refer to the Agenda for details.