Here are the ideal places to have fun in Niger (agenda)

If you live in Niger, there are a host of fun activities planned in several parts of the country. Here’s the week’s agenda.

The week’s agenda informs you of the perfect places to entertain.

Cinema is a polar year

This Wednesday from 8:30 p.m., the Ccfn of Niamey hosts the screening of A Polar Year. Anders chooses adventure and the great outdoors: he goes to teach in Greenland, Tiniteqilaaq, a small Inuit village. In this village isolated from the rest of the world, life is more difficult than Anders imagined. Will he be able to get out? Lent is free.

The Three Gentlemen’s Tale

Wednesday is also story time under the puffer tree as in the village. Two tales will be told in the youth district of Ccfn in Niamey from 4:30 pm. If you are looking for a perfect gay place in Niamey, then you are in the know. Free admission.

Music – Mark Mulholland and Sean Condron on stage

Mark Mulholland in Glasgow, Sean Condron in New York. They met in the early 1990s in Prague, the stronghold of the punk rock movements that followed the Velvet Revolution, and united before leaving for Ireland to found an impure group of ideas. They toured all over Europe and then settled in Berlin where they joined the underground scene. Breaking through all styles, from punk rock to country folk, they once again come together to tour the United States. Dylan guitars, bluegrass banjo, Celtic mandolin or saturated Hendrixian telecaster, match, without betraying their supposed post-Woodstock roots.

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