Gustav Klimt is back again at l'Atelier des Lumières

Monday 19 August 2019

The work of Gustav Klimt continues to capture the imagination of all those that discover him. It is great fun to trace the patterns in the backgrounds and landscapes. We get drawn in by all the gold and the beauty of the figures. This is great in a gallery wit

Discover SMMILE Vegan Pop Festival - The Biggest Vegan Fest In Europe?

Thursday 15 August 2019

The organisers of the SMMMILE festival at the Paris Parc de la Villette are on a mission – to create the biggest vegan festival in Europe. The scale of the plans for 2019 suggests that they could easily meet that goal as there is a host of entertainment

Enjoy A Retrospective From Acclaimed Photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand

Tuesday 06 August 2019

The photographer and cinematographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand has captured stunning images of the natural world, its people and its animals for almost 50 years. The exhibition spaces of the La Defense Grande Arche are set to highlight his life’s work like ne

Paris Plages 2019

Wednesday 31 July 2019

No one can deny that France has been hit with an excess heatwave in some regions. Temperatures have soared across the country and major cities have felt more like the Rivera in the height of summer. As it is only the start of July, many Parisian residents will

Marché Pop in Paris 2019

Monday 15 July 2019

The summer holidays can be all about excess and treats as we unwind on a break away from work and responsibilities. However, the new attraction Marché Pop in Paris is here to show that we can be healthy and fulfilled a little closer to home. T

Nuits aux Invalides 2019 : Lutetia, 3000 Years of Stories

Monday 15 July 2019

One of the things that Paris does really well with its art and culture is the way it can transform buildings and spaces. It isn’t enough to put on a gallery show or hold a small festival somewhere. Instead, every consideration is given to maximising the


Monday 01 July 2019

Parisians that have been to Palais de la Porte Doree recently won't have failed to notice that there has been a little transformation. A wooden sign reading Poisson Lune directs visitors into a magical new world full of incredible sights, smells

Inside Opera : an immersive journey in the footsteps of the Phantom of the Opera

Tuesday 25 June 2019

Have you ever been in an old theatre and thought that you heard footsteps on the stairs, or that there were unexplained shadows in the rafters? Some old theatres and opera houses inspire these feelings with their architecture and history. Few do so more than t

FIFA Women's World Cup France 2019

Thursday 13 June 2019

This June, more eyes than ever before will be on women’s football. There is an ongoing fight for women’s sport to achieve the same level of respect and representation as that played by men. Football is one discipline where female players are steadi

Hammershoi, The Master of Danish Painting

Monday 10 June 2019

The name Hammershoi is one that many art lovers may not be familiar which, although he has been dubbed the Vermeer of the 20th century. It may be his nationality and era that is to blame here. To early in the 20th century to make it into contemporary showcases