The 12th year of Déantibulations is being held this week in the streets of Antibes from 11 June – 14 June 2015, and I highly recommended it for free family entertainment.
Organised by the Association Culture Loisirs Antibes (A.C.L.A), this series of free events includes over 20 public displays of dance, music including Brazilian percussion and jazz, mime, circus acts, theatre, fireworks, and comedy. Déantibulations is not a traditional festival – many of the performances are downright crazy and kooky but that adds to the fun!
Most of the performances are staged in Antibes Old Town on flat, paved ground so they are accessible for families with baby strollers/buggies, and also persons with reduced mobility. Accessible toilets in Antibes Old Town are located near plage Gravette, an automated pay-toilet on rue Lacan (opposite L’Appart Thé cafeteria) and at Café Felix near the port.
Click on this link for the Déanntibulations 2015 festival programme with information on performance times and locations: http://acla06.com/deantibulations/programmes/2015
Here is a video of some of the performers you are likely to see at Déantibulations:
Association Culture Loisirs Antibes http://www.acla06.com