The Game, Proust's Madeleine

The Magny Loisirs Society was founded over thirty years ago by collectors passionate about vintage toys and the fair world.

“For several years, he has been presenting four exhibitions: on Thursdays, the history of the games between 1880 and 1980; Penalty kicks, history of the pub game; “Flip Anytime, a history of pinball since its inception and the video package, a history of video games since 1980,” explains Frédéric Bourdier, president of the association.


These exhibitions are intended to be educational and interactive, combining learning and play. About ten games of skill, strength and speed were displayed in the Dagron space, which was visited by 150 students under the guidance of the association.

“It is an unusual exhibition that allows us to reach a multi-generational audience who are not accustomed to frequenting the Dagron space,” adds Melanie Lefebvre, director of the Desiree Klein Media Library.

“It's a bit like Proust's Madeleine. Fun fairs have been around for a long time. They have their origins in medieval fairs. People have always loved to play, meet and sometimes compete.”

practical. An exhibition about games at the Dagron space in Auneau-Bleury-Saint-Symphorien, until June 25. Closed on Mondays and Thursdays. free.

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Tess Larson

<p class="sign">"Tv geek. Certified beer fanatic. Extreme zombie fan. Web aficionado. Food nerd. Coffee junkie."</p>

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