The Waterloo battle was presented in a colorful show called "Inferno". It took place on a stage of 170 m opening in the middle of a field of wheat, and allowed history to arise with poetry in the spirit and memory of those present.
The spirit of war was far away, on this first show. It was a show between theater and cinema, with breathtaking special effects fireworks, fire dancers, horsemen, inclined screens. There even was a game of chess between Napoleon and Wellington.
I haven't seen the show personally, but everybody who did said that it had been extraordinary !
The show took place on these fields at 10.45 pm.