The first film screenings took place in 1902 in the village hall (now the Bernard Blier Theatre) and the first private cinema opened in 1913 under the name Cinéma Pathé. Renamed Olympia, the cinema had 4 screens when it was set up on rue Gambetta. Today, it is a brand new six-screen multiplex, inaugurated at the end of 2013.
This 1500-seat complex is accessible to people with reduced mobility and has a large car park. You will be able to enjoy the restaurant Le Pergaud which is located right next to the cinema.