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La plage de sable fin de Deauville

Deauville... the name of this seaside resort in Normandy inspires beauty, elegance, art of living... So much so that Deauville has become a brand! In 2022, the town of 4,000 inhabitants welcomed 17,700,000 visitors. It is at the top of the rankings: a romantic destination, one of the most popular cities in France and Normandy... The city owes this attraction to its preserved heritage and its dynamism: there is always an event in Deauville, exceptional places to visit, activities to enjoy with the family... Deauville has not finished surprising you!

Upcoming events
L'auditorium Michel d'Ornano - Centre International de Deauville

Deauville American Film Festival

Cinema is the DNA of the CID Deauville. Inaugurated in 1992 by Clint Eastwood, the Convention Center is co-organizer of one of the biggest cinema events: The Deauville American Film Festival. This 10-day event brings together film enthusiasts, celebrities and guests every evening: The CID Deauville is proud to have you participate in this event that grows year after year.
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The program of the moment

Shows, con­certs, fest­ivals… the Deau­ville Con­ven­tion Cen­ter opens its doors to the gen­er­al pub­lic! Dis­cov­er the upcom­ing events at the CID Deauville.

  • 9 March 2024

    Carmen ballet

    Show 847

    A fem­in­ist par­able before its time, the revolu­tion­ary Car­men planted — a cen­tury before May ’68 — some fine ban­der­il­las in the flanks of pat­ri­archy. Ban­der­il­las? For­get folk­lore, François Mauduit con­jures up a Car­men for our times. A former Maurice Béjart dan­cer, now at the helm of his own Bal­let, the cho­reo­graph­er has set out to reshuffle the cards of gender and desire in a neo-clas­sic­al adapt­a­tion for per­formers drawn from the world’s lead­ing troupes. Rely­ing on cho­reo­graphy of the highest order and an assert­ive the­at­ric­al­ity, men and women over­turn ste­reo­types to express the full com­plex­ity of love. This com­plex­ity is also elo­quently echoed in the rich music­al back­drop chosen by François Mauduit. The icon­ic score of Car­men travels with oth­er less­er-known music by Georges Biz­et, is trans­formed by bor­row­ings from dif­fer­ent adapt­a­tions — gui­tar, orches­tral suite — and even escapes into fant­ast­ic hori­zons by quot­ing André Mes­sager­’s Isoline. A music­al tale in which two young lov­ers swap sexes to con­tin­ue lov­ing each oth­er, against all odds. From time imme­mori­al, love has always been a rebel­li­ous bird!

    Intro­du­cing the company

    The first troupe set up by François Mauduit dates back to 1999, and was ini­tially made up of ama­teurs. In 2002, the first sum­mer tours were organ­ized on the Nor­mandy coast. With the 2004 tour, the troupe was made up mainly of pro­fes­sion­als from vari­ous inter­na­tion­al com­pan­ies. In 2006, the troupe took the name Com­pag­nie Choré­graph­ique François Mauduit and estab­lished itself as a pro­fes­sion­al company.

    Com­posed of dan­cers trained at the best schools (Opéra de Par­is, Con­ser­vatoires nationaux) and all gradu­ates of lead­ing inter­na­tion­al com­pan­ies, the Com­pag­nie has set itself the goal of offer­ing audi­ences a var­ied rep­er­toire com­bin­ing the great clas­sic­al tra­di­tion with the latest con­tem­por­ary cre­ations, in order to open up dance to as many people as pos­sible, with per­form­ances of the highest tech­nic­al and artist­ic qual­ity. François Mauduit, a former stu­dent of the Par­is Opera Bal­let School, is a pas­sion­ate cho­reo­graph­er and dan­cer. Strongly influ­enced by his time with Maurice Béjart, he embod­ies the pro­ject of this Com­pany, deploy­ing his inex­haust­ible energy, tal­ent and cre­ativ­ity to win the chal­lenge of bring­ing a neo-clas­sic­al dance com­pany to life in France. Since Septem­ber 2006, the Com­pany has danced over 800 hun­dred times in France and abroad. In all, over 10,000 spec­tat­ors have atten­ded the Com­pany’s vari­ous shows since its creation.

    Run­ning time: 1h30
    Music: Georges Biz­et, Edith Piaf
    Cho­reo­graphy: François Mauduit
    Cos­tumes : Justin Arienti


  • From 12 to 14 April 2024

    Deauville Classic — AUTOMOBILE SHOW

    Trade Show

    Deau­ville has long been linked to the his­tory of the auto­mobile, thanks to the many events organ­ized by the major brands that have called in here, sta­ging RALLYS or mem­or­able gatherings.
    So it’s only nat­ur­al to cre­ate this new event at the CID in Deau­ville, the only sea­side ven­ue large enough to host such a car show.

    This show offers the oppor­tun­ity to (re)discover the cars that marked our child­hood or adoles­cence, to unearth objets d’art or equip­ment for the driver, the car or the garage.

    The event also fea­tures an auc­tion of mag­ni­fi­cent vin­tage vehicles, and provides an oppor­tun­ity to spend a con­vivi­al moment with fam­ily and friends, around the same pas­sion: THE OLD CAR.

    Who exhib­its?
    All those involved in the clas­sic car mar­ket and everything asso­ci­ated with it. Numer­ous pro­fes­sion­als will be present, includ­ing sad­dlers, coach­build­ers, artists, brokers, cloth­ing and lug­gage sellers, insurers and many more.
    You’ll find vin­tage posters and paint­ings, as well as retro-style jack­ets and motor­s­port watches. You can even unearth ori­gin­al fur­niture, such as cof­fee tables with F1 engines or rims from the block­busters of the era!

    Prac­tic­al information :
    C.I.D Deau­ville
    1 aven­ue Lucien Barrière
    14800 Deauville

    Fri­day April 12 — 9 am to 6 pm
    Sat­urday April 13 — 9am to 8pm
    Sunday April 14 — 9am to 5pm


  • From 23 to 25 August 2024

    2nd Deauville Manga Festival

    Festival 10000

    Logo du Festival Manga de Deauville

    Join us August 23–25, 2024 at the Centre Inter­na­tion­al de Deau­ville for the 2nd edi­tion of the Fest­iv­al du Manga de Deau­ville, the meet­ing place for fans of manga and pop culture.

    To the Manga Fest­iv­al website

News & Events

Fol­low the news of the events at CID Deauville.

Deauville, a city on foot

Deauville can be visited on foot! All activities are concentrated on 4Km². Its large beach is bordered by 653 meters of boards and cabins, a mythical promenade to be discovered just a few steps from the Centre International de Deauville.

Coming to Deauville
Les planches de Deauville au petit matin

Deau­ville’s Area of Archi­tec­tur­al and Her­it­age Enhancement

This urb­an plan­ning doc­u­ment helps main­tain the value of the prop­er­ties and the qual­ity of life. More than 300 vil­las have been lis­ted, some of which date back to 1864, when the sea­side resort of Deau­ville was founded.

643 meters of the myth­ic­al Deau­ville boards

Since the 1990’s, the biggest stars invited to the Deau­ville Amer­ic­an Film Fest­iv­al have come to inaug­ur­ate the beach cab­ins bear­ing their names. As you walk along the myth­ic­al prom­en­ade of the Planks, you will read about 200 names of celebrit­ies who came to the Festival.

Deau­ville, ‘innov­at­ive sus­tain­able destination

Ini­ti­ated by France Con­grès et Événe­ments, the “innov­at­ive sus­tain­able des­tin­a­tion” approach is struc­tured around 9 pilot ter­rit­or­ies, includ­ing the city of Deauville.

To find out more about this initiative

Download the brochure

Brochure sur la création d'événements