Blue minutes: unusual exits in Dinan and Corseul for holidays

On Monday, October 31, 2022, the Coriosolis museum in Korseul will share the fashionable tastes in the Roman world of 1800 years ago to taste, and in particular gorum, a very popular spice at that time. ©Coriosolis

The new fall event by Côtes-d’Armor Destination, Blue Minutes invite to go back in timeon the occasion of unusual meeting organized in eight cultural facilities from October 30 to November 4, 2022, for the holidays of All Saints.

Animations involving taste buds and ears take place in Dinan’s country. Monday, October 31, at Coriosolis Museum in Korseul thus inviting you to discover the ancient flavors while immersing yourself in the atmosphere of a Roman banquet. The following days, in Dinan Castleit’s an incursion into the tastes and music of the Middle Ages that the public can participate in…blindfolded.

Monday, October 31

  • Taste buds travel back to Roman times, to Coriosolis

This 1,800-year-old step into Roman times invites you to participate first, thanks virtual reality headsetat a ceremony in the temple of Mars, a famous personage i Corset. Well filled with this atmosphere, all you have to do is put on a toga and enter the triclinium – the dining room at the time – for banquet. There are no chairs here, but beds and a few rules of decorum in use to be adopted before discovering the range of tastes of ancient Rome during a tasting inspired by the recipes of the famous chef Apicius, mixing honey, spices and a spices very fashionable in. time: garum.

Monday, October 31, sessions at 16:45, 16:30, 18:15, 19:00, 19:45 Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes 15 people. maximum Prices: €10/€6.50 (7-18 years old). Accompaniment: at least one adult.

Blindfolded, we open our ears wide this week at Château de Dinan.
Blindfolded, we open our ears wide on November 2 and 4, 2022 at the Château de Dinan, for a concert where, among other instruments, the bagpipe and the psaltery will be mixed. ©City of Dinan

Wednesday 2 and Friday 4 November

  • Medieval cuisine, blindfolded at Château de Dinan

or trip, blindfoldedin the world of medieval taste awaits you at the table of Duke Jean IV. A detour through the Château de Dinan kitchen to discover some secrets of the medieval cooks will precede the tasting. In the banquet hall where the table is already set, sit down and let them be blindfolded. With each discovery, the taste buds are in an uproar. The flavors of spices and honey are distilled, the flavors transport you back several centuries. A feast to share with the family!

Wednesday 2 and Friday 4 November, 11:30 a.m. Price: €10/person. Accompaniment: at least one adult. 15 people maximum Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes.

  • Medieval fashion ears, at Château de Dinan

In the evening, when night begins to envelop the castle, the Marine guide invites children and adults to enter Jean IV’s private apartments. As in the days when the duke invited the troubadours for entertainment, musicians await you in the drawing room. Join them and pave the way for the music! The opportunity to discover, blindfolded even there, today’s little-known instruments since his handkerchief, but sack, psaltery etc. In the end concert, the troubadours will make you taste the hypocrites, the fashionable aperitif in their century.

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Wednesday 2 and Friday 4 November, 17:15 15 people. maximum Price: 10 €/person. Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes.

Thursday, November 3

  • Musical walk in Coriosolis

IN Coriosolis Center, step back in time using a virtual reality headset. You are in the Temple of Mars, 1800 years ago, and you are following Lelius, a 2nd century Gallo-Roman youth to a ceremony. Helmet off, let yourself be guided by a melody. Just for you, the Plancoët-Plélan music school has come to perform some pieces from the classical repertoire, with the theme of twilight.

Thursday 3 November at 17:00 and 17:45 Duration: 1.5 hours Prices: €5/€3 (7-18 years old). Accompaniment: at least one adult.

  • Dinan is revealed in the evening.

Explore the medieval city de Dinan with a tour guide to discover its half-timbered houses, its bell tower, its walls and the Saint-Sauveur basilica. Gradually, the day will leave to make way at the blue hour* and in a completely different city in the evening. The visit ends with a gourmet break in a tea room in the historic center.

Thursday, November 3 at 4:00 p.m. Duration: 2h30 Prices: €12/€8 (6-12 years old).

* The blue hour is the transitional moment between day and night, during which the sky takes on a darker blue.

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