A magical show for young and old

Directed by Luc Petit

After transporting audiences to the worlds of Little Red Riding Hood, Pinocchio and Peter Pan, Luc Petit invites you to explore the world of Jules Verne in a magical show. Meet the adventurers as they travel through Egypt, China and America, and free the Indian princess in a magical show at the Château de Beloeil.

Young adventurers beware: don’t hesitate to embark on an extraordinary journey around the world!

Luc Petit and his troupe of over one hundred artists invite young and old to follow in the footsteps of the phlegmatic Phileas Fogg, the eccentric Passepartout, the courageous Indian princess and the fiery cowboys… for wild adventures across the continents! Travel full steam ahead amidst adventures, aerobatics and chases! Set off to discover faraway lands, from scorching deserts to deep jungles, from dizzying rocky mountain peaks to the immensity of the oceans…

From July 25 to August 18 in the park of the Château de Beloeil

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Audience opinion


This is a family show for everyone, but the recommended minimum age for attendance is 4. Children under 4 are of course welcome and do not have to pay for their tickets.

Photos without flash are permitted.

Yes, see the practical information page

The group rate applies to reservations of 8 people or more.

Children aged 4 to 12 benefit from a reduced rate, as do groups of 8 or more. The show is free for children aged 3 and under.

No. As the show takes place in the grounds of the Château in the evening, we advise you to wear shoes and clothes suited to walking and the weather.

Yes, the toilets are at the bar, which is located at the beginning and end of the show: the route loops around the park’s pool and returns to its starting point, so you’ll have access to them at the beginning and end of the show.

Yes, there are two catering outlets in the park: a fast-food outlet at the entrance, and a VIP restaurant at the far end of the pool (the latter is accessible by prior reservation only).

Facilities have been designed to make it easier for people with reduced mobility to move around the park, taking into account good weather conditions. In the event of rain before or during the show, the site is difficult to access for PRMs and baby carriages.

As for PRM, we’ve designed a special area to make it easier for strollers to get around the park, taking good weather conditions into account. In case of rain before or during the show, the site is not suitable for strollers, and we advise you to leave them in your cars. Please note that there are no changing rooms on site.

There’s a ticket office at the entrance to the park where you can buy your tickets. However, we advise you to book your tickets in advance, because if the show is sold out, the box office won’t be able to sell you tickets.

No. Animals are prohibited, with the exception of guide dogs for the visually impaired.

Yes, via the SNCB and TEC buses, but it’s a good idea to plan your journey to avoid any scheduling problems.

If you are more than 30 minutes late, we will unfortunately be unable to accept you on the show route. Please make sure you arrive on time for the slot indicated on your reservation.

The show lasts a minimum of 2 hours.

The park will be open from 6pm to 1am.

Glamping is a type of accommodation whose term is a contraction of “glamour” and “camping”: beautiful, upscale tents with furnishings (mattresses, table, chairs, etc.). The five glamping tents are themed around one of the characters from the show’s universe (Phileas Fogg, the Indian Princess, Passepartout, the Emperor of China, the Circassians). The glamping tents are located in the grounds of the Château de Beloeil, while the campsite offers non-themed tents also in the grounds of the Château, but in a slightly more secluded location than the glamping tents (a five-minute walk away).

We strongly advise you to reserve your tent in advance, as there may be none available on the day of your performance.

The glamping includes a pass for the VIP parking lot located 60 meters from the Château.

Camping includes a pass for the Orangerie parking lot, a 20-minute walk from the Château.

Check-in is between 4pm and 7pm on the day of booking, and check-out between 8am and 10am the following day.

No, the campsite is reserved exclusively for Nocturnales tents, which you can rent by the night.

Breakfast is a paying option, whether you’re glamping or camping. It must be booked at least 48 hours in advance. It costs €20 for adults and €15 for children under 12 for glamping and €12.50 for camping (adults or children).

Anyone using a bed provided by Les Nocturnales as part of the glamping/camping program pays for their own place. Les Nocturnales does not provide facilities for babies in the Château park and accommodation areas.

For a one- or two-person tent, it is possible to add a third and fourth person. Our tents can therefore accommodate a maximum of four people.

You can park your motorhome in the Orangerie parking lot, simply by reserving a parking space.

There are no specific facilities for motorhomes, just a parking area.

It is possible to buy a parking space on arrival, but it is possible that the car park may be full, especially the VIP parking lot. The Orangerie parking lot has more spaces, and it’s not impossible that there may be some available on the day. However, prior reservation is strongly recommended.

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