An article by , added on 03 October 2022 2 min. reading

La 2022-2023 cultural season at the Orangerie kicks off in music with the KYO concert “La part des Lions” on October 7; followed by the play “Fleurs de soleil” performed by Thierry Lhermittre on October 16.

"KYO- The Lions' Share" on Friday, October 7 at 20 p.m.

KYO resumes service with a 6e album, directly connected to band's rock roots which has just celebrated its 20th anniversary. In 2022, the band returns to the stage to present you an ambitious show and will offer their greatest titles and new ones from their latest album The Lions Share.

Spectacle KYO à l'orangerie
KYO concert at the Orangerie

Singing: Benoit Poher
Guitar: Florian Dubos & Nicolas Chassagne
Battery: Jocelyn Moze

Show for all ages, preceded by a first part (duration 1h30).

“Fleurs de Soleil” with Thierry Lhermitte on Sunday October 16 at 16 p.m. at the Orangerie

Simon Wiesenthal has spent his whole life trying to understand what happened to him on that sunny morning in 1942. Alone, in the darkness of a room, he heard Karl's last confession that day. During the war, he murdered innocent people and he asks for mercy.
Can we forgive the unforgivable? Can we grant redemption ourselves on behalf of other victims?

alone on stage, Thierry Lhermitte brings all the characters of this incredible story to life, having enjoyed worldwide success since its release in 1969.

His story is informed by testimonials from great personalities, who answered Simon Wiesenthal's question: And you, what would you have done in my place?

Spectacle Fleurs de soleil à l'Orangerie
"Sunflowers" show at the Orangerie

Interpreter : Thierry Lhermitte
Auteur: Simon wiesenthal
Staging: Steve Suissa assisted by Stéphanie Froeliger
Adaptation: Daniel Cohen and Antoine Mory
Decorations: Emmanuelle Roy
Suits: Cecile Magnan
Lights: Jacques Rouveyrollis assisted by Jessica Duclos
Music : Maxime Richelme

This show is adapted from the book "The Sunflower" written by Simon Wiesenthal in 1969. Accessible to the general public and without intermission, this piece lasts 1h05.

Useful information

  • The ticket price is 13€.
  • Tickets must be reserved with the Orangery secretariat : 6 Allée du Verger, 95700 Roissy-en-France.
  • You can also book by phone (01 34 29 48 59) ou by email (

Click here to consult the complete brochure for the 2022/2023 cultural season.