What can we do this week from August 5 to 11, 2019 in Paris? Star-gazing night, swimming pools, La Villette open air cinema, Paris Plages, as well as exhibitions, walks, movies, shows, here are all the outing ideas you need for this week.
Suresnes Grape Harvest Festival is back on Saturday October 5 and Sunday 6, 2019. All weekend, 22 circus, dance, music and theater companies will take over the Cité-Jardins for a major popular festival highlighting the following theme “Feathered and Hairy”!
Exceptionally this summer, Théâtre Lepic won’t house any play but an escape room, an adventure in which you’re the hero. Between escape room and immersive play, this immersive game focusing on the “Knights of the Round Table” will take you behind the scenes looking for the Holy Grail. The quest is planned from July 6 to September 1, 2019.
Starting this June 26, 2019, Paris Opéra Bastille presents the last ballet of the season, Tree of Codes, a Wayne McGregor ballet with a score by British musician Jamie XX and a choreography by Icelandic and world-famous artist Olafur Eliasson.
Heatwave alert in Paris! It’s hot in Paris, very hot, and in our own corner we looked the best spots to cool off in Paris. Movie theaters, swimming pools, beaches as well as bars and restaurants, we offer you the best of what Paris has to give in the summer.
Until July 28, 2019 Paris Théâtre de la Porte Saint-Martin welcomes “Ça ira (1) Fin de Louis”, a play by Joël Pommerat, a political fiction inspired by the French Revolution that lasts over 4 hours. A unique drama experience settled in the news and during which you won’t be bored.
This summer, Paris 12th arrondissement welcomes a new spot, Marché Pop. The huge temporary spot devoted to healthy diet and wellbeing, Marché Pop expects you from June 6 to October 15, 2019 to unveil its incredible 5000sqm area, its 9 counters, 3 bars, its open BBQ and its playful entertainments!
As part of the “Monuments en mouvement” [Moving monuments] season, the Pantheon welcomes choreographer Nathalie Pernette and her show “La figure de l’érosion” [the face of erosion]. Meet on May 11 and 12, 2019 at 8:30 p.m.
DO DISTURB! This 3-day event - April 12 to 14, 2019 - will see 50 artists invading Paris Palais de Tokyo. All weekend long, dance, music and sculpture performances towards the contemporary creation and its most varied aspects.