The 11th year of Déantibulations is being held in the streets of Antibes from 12 June – 15 June 2014, and I highly recommended it for family entertainment.
Organised by the Association Culture Loisirs Antibes (A.C.L.A), this series of free events includes over 20 public displays of theatre, fireworks, dance, circus acts including acrobatics and trapeze, mime, music including Brazilian percussion and reggae, and comedy.
I like the idea of the Caravaning Club – a mini show with pianist and singer held in the space of a caravan for just 16 spectators.
Download the festival programme here with information on dates and locations deantibulations-programme2014
Most of the shows are being held in Antibes Old Town in areas with flat, paved ground so they are accessible for families with baby strollers/buggies, and also persons with reduced mobility.
Accessible toilets are located near plage Gravette, an automated pay-toilet on rue Lacan (opposite L’Appart Thé), and at Café Félix near the port.