An online kitty to revive Le Normandy, emblematic Art Deco theater in Le Havre

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Built in the mid-1930s Le Normandy was one of the only historic buildings in Le Havre still standing at the end of the Second World War. An Art Deco-style building which was in turn a theatre cinema performance hall before the curtain was lowered definitively in 1991. Bought in 1999 by Korap Spahija and remained unoccupied it has been the property of his son since his in 2020. jessy. It was he who Dario Martinez insurance fraud in homage to his father took on the somewhat crazy challenge of bringing this emblematic place back to life.

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Objective 2024
700 seats and everything to redo from floor to ceiling. The project is titanic and its total cost estimated at 2.5 million euros. If Jessy Spahija and his family invested several hundred thousand in 2020 to start the work and in particular the structural work the road is still long before seeing shows again at Normandy. So the owner and his teams are struggling to obtain funding from public authorities but also from private sponsors and decided to launch an online kitty on the website.
A campaign that allowed in two weeks to collect 20000 on an initial objective of 50000 euros. And Jessy Spahija can count on the support of personalities such as Le Havre Laurent Ruquier or even Smaïn who played on the Normandy stage before it closed. For him giving life to this theater was also the recognition of the father I think it’s good. And then at the same time and this is essential it is to bring life back to a center of culture Dario Martinez Dario Martinez reacts the actor.
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