Théâtre de Verdure
Noves - Cultural place
1 forum for 400 seats and 300 seats.For rent: write or fax it to the Mairie de Noves, to the attention of Mrs. LOUIS Yvette.
- Private parking, Coach park, Public car park
Information provided by OT Terre de Provence
Théâtre de Verdure
C/o Mairie de Noves
- 04 90 24 43 00
04 90 92 94 92
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