The Musée Gustave Moreau is a confidential museum in Paris 9th arrondissement taking you to the flat and studio of the Parisian artist. This is a genuine bubble untouched by time fascinating Parisians and people coming to Paris for the day or several.
In an interview with the JDD, State Secretary for Tourism Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne has announced wanting to reopen a “maximum of (touristic) places” by June 21st. A planning is expected to be delivered “around May 25th”.
To protect the show business sector from the economic crisis, the State, the City of Paris, the ASTP and the Adami came up with a contingency funds for performing arts. This funds applies to unsubsidized theaters, private tour organizers and performing art companies hit by confinement.
Le Mois d’Août de la Culture, this is the latest event created in Paris. After confinement and the closure of all cultural sites from March to June, Paris wants to give a major spot to artists with a magnificent festival to live outdoor and always in small groups. Keep reading to know more.
City of Paris gives you an update on the situation. In addition to lockdown measures we all have to follow as much as possible – excluding pressing needs – the city of Paris tells us more about food markets, doctor appointments and even how to help homeless.
The live escape theater about the Knights of the Round Table returns to Paris Théâtre Lepic for two days only, on April 11 and 18, 2020. Between escape room and immersive play, this immersive game will take you behind the scenes looking for the Holy Grail.
After performing in February 2018, Swan Lake returns at Paris Théâtre des Champs-Elysées for the Holidays, from December 24, 2019 to January 5, 2020. A wonderful show performed by the prestigious Kiev National Opera Ballet.