©Sandrine Boyer Engel
© J. Basile

You’ll be invited for three days at the Villa Le Cercle (1 Rue le Marois, access from Boulevard Cornuché), a nice building making part of the city’s heritage. It is both an information and meeting venue. It also hosts the greatest bookshop in France dedicated to Creole literature, welcoming publishers and reading areas.

Friday, April 13th: 9 am > 7 pm
Saturday, April 14th: 11 am > 7 pm
Sunday, April 15th: 1 pm > 7pm

Some events will take place at the Point de Vue, close to the Olympic swimming pool and the Boardwalk (access from the foreshore parking), at the Theatre of the Casino Barrière situated in the Casino Barrière (Boulevard Cornuché).

Finally, a day entirely dedicated to schools will take place on April 7th at the International Centre of Deauville (1 Rue Lucien Barrière), where over 3,000 students are awaited.

Free access to all events (except for the School day).

© J. Basile

Villa le Cercle

The Festival HQ

Since 2016 edition, the Villa le Cercle has become the focal point of the Festival, the axis of many other events. The villa, hosting both literary meetings and activities for children and teenagers, is also the main information venue of the Festival. It’s here where booksellers and publishers meet, in a warm and generous atmosphere.