Experience the warm welcome and the Acadian joie de vivre surrounded by unique characters, theatre, music and comedy. Le Pays de la Sagouine. Reviews. #2 of 9 things to do in Bouctouche. Concerts & Shows, Dinner Theaters. 57 Acadie St, Bouctouche, New Brunswick E4S. “This is a true story. The story of La Sagouine, a scrubwoman, a woman of the sea, who was born with the century, with her feet in the water. Water was her.

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Our first experience as we joined a ls in the Hangar was an introduction to the spoons, fiddle and some heel, toe tapping to the beat of the musi – a down east kitchen party! Reviewed October 4, Loved the show. What will you be open on Friday September 21, ? Nearby Hotels See all 2 nearby hotels.

We had an interesting meal in the Acadian style followed Come and live the Acadian joie de vivre! Pays de la Sagouine.

A beautiful setting for a wonderful story of a saint and a bootlegger. Can this place or activity comfortably accomodate people using a stroller? Previous Next 1 2 3 4 5 6 7. The view is pretty, village is colorful.

La Sagouine is a cultural and artistic treasure

The Bouctouche region and all of New Brunswick have lost a historic monument. La Sagouine inspired many theatre productions and television shows. Unlike her “bilious” husband Gapi, who is as much a social critic as an oyster-and-smelt fisherman, La Sagouine is calmly philosophical. As it was mid June this attraction was not normally open to the public but welcomed our pre-booked tour group of 32 and gave us the background to the Acadians and their style of life.


But, the audience, charmed by this unaffected woman who talked about the real things in life, decided otherwise! Reviewed October 8, Thank you for your patience. Comments by Antonine Maillet about the importance of preserving and promoting Acadian history and culture.

Located where our famous evening dinner-theaters are held and you can savour our Acadian dishes. This should only take a few moments.

Daily presentations are offered to our English-speaking visitors throughout the season. InConnexions Productions and its Acadian producer Phil Comeau, made a new television adaptation.

Report an error Editorial code of conduct. Read our community guidelines here. The adventure of La Sagouinea collection of 16 monologues inspired by the life of Sarah Cormier who Antonine Maillet had come to know well through her grandson’s memoirs, began in If they were all pieced together they would make up a performance of about 11 hours with no logical sequence, szgouine it is necessary to make selections from the texts each time the play is presented.


The restaurant can accommodate up to people Press Release — October sagokine, A fire completely destroys the Ordre du Bon Temps building at the Pays de la Sagouine Bouctouche, October 23, — The Ordre du Bon Temps, the restaurant and theatre at the Pays de la Sagouine, in Bouctouche, South-East Swgouine Brunswick, were completely destroyed by a fire, whose origin has yet to be determined.

She also relies on her unlettered character’s malapropisms for some easy laughs. The setting starts with a boardwalk over the water which leads to a security person which guards the walkway.

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Click here to subscribe. A theatrical village, Pays de la Sagouine sagpuine a fantastic reproduction of a fishing village in the era of Would you tell a friend to take a guided tour of this place? See all 4 replies. Accompanied by a fiddler, you will even learn how to play the spoons!