A Chaplin gourmet and cinema cruise

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Embark with Mam’Ayoka for a yummy cinema cruise : Whatch one of the most successful films of Chaplin The Modern Times after having (re)discovered a typical meal of the American workers of the 1930’s.

  • Location: Canal de l'Ourcq au départ de Paris
  • Duration: 1h30
  • Access by Public Transport: Métro Jaurès (ligne 5)

A Chaplin gourmet and cinema cruise
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For its 12th edition, Eté du Canal is collaborating with La Villette to prepare a programme « From plate to screen » that mixes special cruises and outdoor movie projections on the big screen of La Villette!

Mam’Ayoka is a cooperative composed by caterers specialized in worldwide cuisine who are commited in Fair cooking. Women from different countries can share their gastronomy with you thanks to recipes prepared with fresh and local products and served in glass jars.

On this cruise you will eat meals inspired of the traditional food of the American working class of the 1930’s. You will be fully immersed in the atmosphere of the movie that will follow your meal : The Modern Times of Charlie Chaplin. This famous film, projected as part of the programme of the Outdoor cinema festival of La Villette, of the non-less famous actor and director is a great way to laugh out loud and relax.


  • Main course: A plate of Corn and Beans – red/navy/black beans with an ear of corn and « snacked » poultry or vegan sausages and bread or corn bread
  • Desert: An Apple Pie of summer fruits (peach, apricot)
  • Drink: Some homemade Coke or a glass of wine

More (charged) drinks will be available.

Practicle information:

  • Departure: 7 :30 pm at the Bassin de La Villette
  • Arrival: 9 pm at the Parc de La Villette (near Folie P5)
  • Free outdoor movie projection at about 10 :30 pm

The price of the ticket counts : the cruise, the menu (1 main cours, 1 desert, 1 drink), a seat and cover for the outdoor cinema (subject to availability)

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