The storybooks and the enchanted worlds take possession of the Church of Epinay-sur-Seine from 9 to 17 December.
Built between 1734 and 1736, the church of Saint-Médard remains the oldest monument of the city still standing despite the conflicts and asperities of time. Restored in 1993, the building houses five large 19th-century paintings and an 18th-century decoration for the choir.
An architecture that the town of Epinay Sur Seine chooses to dress up with a monumental projection within the framework of the Christmas market and the end of year celebrations.
In the middle of the animations and rides, young and old had the opportunity to enjoy an ice rink and the presence of Santa Claus for some pictures. But it was at the turn of the chalets and the carrousel that the visitors were able to admire the videomapping projected on the facade of the Church.
This year, the show takes us to the land of fairy tales, when a little girl, attracted by the light of a firefly, is lost through the pages of a book and flies to meet a magical world, to research Santa Claus’s house. The universes succeed each other like the pages of the storybooks and lead the little girl through space, castles of the princesses and dragon fights. A farandole of colors and lights that makes the eyes of young and old sparkle until December 17, 2016.
You can also watch “Le Voyage Enchanté“, a videomapping projected in 2013 on the façade of Epinay sur Seine Town Hall.