Retro cars, music, theater, birds … Where to go out this weekend in Dordogne?

Vintage cars in Marsac-sur-l'Isle

The Sixties are 60 years old in 2020. To celebrate the event, the Vintage Vehicle Show dedicates its theme to it and an additional 800 m2 exhibition at the Périgord exhibition center this weekend. The objective is to "recreate a 1960 type motor show reserved for French brands that exhibited cars and motorcycles in the years 1960-1965". Renault, Peugeot, Citroën, Alpine, René Bonnet, Matra, Panhard, Simca, Facel Vega, Hotchkiss will be there to discover. But competing vehicles from foreign brands, led by the Americans, will be presented a little later. In all, lovers of beautiful bodywork can admire more than a thousand cars. The Alpine Bordeaux concession will show its A 110S model. A second car can be used for road tests.

Finally, the vintage car exchange will be available at two locations.

Saturday February 15, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Sunday 16, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., at the Périgord exhibition center. A catering service is provided for lunch. Prices: 6 euros; free for children under 12.

The cultural center of Sarlat hoists the Black Pavilion

The cultural center of Sarlat offers Saturday evening "Pavillon noir", a play by the collective OS’O. In an increasingly repressive and unequal system, several characters and stories intersect. It is a collective adventure, of people from diverse backgrounds, "hacktivists", in the real as in the virtual, who organize themselves to make a voice and defend another conception of justice and freedom.

Saturday February 15 at 8:30 p.m. Rates: from 10 to 20 euros.

“Pavillon noir” will be played in Sarlat on Saturday evening

Photo credit: Frédéric Desmesure

A Real Estate Fair at the Palio de Boulazac

“Sud Ouest” is organizing this weekend the 24 Real Estate Fair. Notaries, real estate agencies, real estate loan brokers, builders of individual houses, etc. Thirty professional stands will be available to visitors to help them realize their projects. purchasing, investment and construction.

Saturday February 15 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday February 16 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free admission.

The old Angel Briscards make their jubilee in Bergerac

The group Ange has asserted itself since the 1970s as being the number one in French progressive rock
The group Ange has asserted itself since the 1970s as being number one in French progressive rock

Photo credit: P. Louis

The group's career Ange started in 1969. It is therefore impossible not to qualify this legendary group as "the oldest French rock group still in activity". In fifty years, music has not changed much. It is always on the fringes of standards and asserts its difference in a progressive vein, tinged with dreamlike. Sunday, it will vibrate the Rocksane de Bergerac. However, this beautiful story is marred by a form of ignorance by the new generations and the specialized press. Because yes, Ange rose to fame in the 1970s by filling the largest halls in France or by performing at the legendary Reading Festival (England) in front of 30,000 spectators. Somewhat neglected today, relying on more than 50 albums, the band to Christian Décamps, septuagenarian and leader of the group, came out of the wood in 2020 for several concerts in the form of jubilee.

Mira Cetii is also invited to strum on its ropes and to ring its machines. Alone in front of the public, this young artist tells the world with playfulness.

Sunday February 16 at 6 p.m. Prices: 27 euros on site; 24 euros for rental; 22 euros reduced; 21 euros members. Information on 05 53 63 03 70.

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A former Cirque du Soleil in Bergerac

Julien Cottereau
Julien Cottereau

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His name is Julien Cottereau and, under his Pierrot air, the matte moon of Buster Keaton, displays a CV as long as the arm. Former Cirque du Soleil, he will perform alone, on the stage of the cultural center of Bergerac, without artifices or decor, as a clown and mime with a crazy talent for noise-making, which "gives birth to a world of monsters and princesses, a world of tenderness and emotion with simplicity and grace, ”warns the press kit. An actor in his spare time, Julien Cottereau found the time to run his show: "1,300" representations of "Imagine yourself" have already been given around the world.

Saturday, February 15, at 8:30 p.m., duration 1:30. Prices: full, 25 euros, reduced, 15 euros. For everyone. Online ticketing on the site

Sarah McCoy in Saint-Astier

Sarah McCoy
Sarah McCoy

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Blues on display at La Fabrique de Saint-Astier which will receive Sarah McCoy, this Friday, February 14. Gothic look, an alligator tattooed on the arm, she asserts herself as an original personality as soon as she enters the scene. She sang accompanied by the piano and her voice, accents of Amy Winehouse or Billie Holiday, quickly won over the public. From her years of wandering across the United States, from New York to New Orleans, Sarah McCoy has kept a rage for life and a sensitivity on edge.

At 8:30 p.m. Prices: 16 and 12 euros. Phone. 05 53 02 41 99.

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The youth of the piano in Périgueux

Selim Mazari, a young prominent pianist, is expected in the Sinfonia season. He will give a recital this Friday, February 14, at the departmental center of communication in Périgueux. Winner of several international competitions, named as a solo revelation at the 2018 Victoires de la Musique, he was a pupil of Brigitte Engerer, Claire Désert and Dmitri Alexeev. He collaborated with Yo-yo Ma, Henri Demarquette, Olivier Charlier and the Hermès Quartet. He will play works by Beethoven, Enesco and Prokofiev.

At 8:30 p.m. Prices: 26, 20 and 9 euros. Reservations on 05 53 08 69 81 and on

Exchange for exotic birds in Cénac

The Friends of the birds of the Périgord noir organize an exhibition and a stock exchange of exotic birds, Sunday, February 16 from 9 am, in the socio-cultural hall, at a place called La Borie in Cénac. There will also be livestock equipment. Meals by reservation.

Entrance: 2 euros, free for children under 12. Contacts: 05 53 63 20 87, 06 61 42 06 04 or by email at