The Art of the Memorial with Boltanski at Pompidou Centre

Monday 30 December 2019

The subjects of life and death in art don’t always call for much in the way of subtlety. If you are going to shock an audience and make them really dig deep into their thoughts and feelings, you need an exhibition that is grand and evocative. The new sho

The Sound of Charlie Chaplin

Monday 30 December 2019

Charlie Chaplin is still regarded as one of the most talented figures of the early cinematic era. Before technology could allow us to hear the sounds created in the movie, he would act as a one-man orchestra and sound-effect booth on his own. 

The Best Christmas Shows for Kids In Paris 2019

Tuesday 24 December 2019

The festive season is upon us and while you may have plenty planned around Christmas Day itself, the kids are still going to expect plenty of entertainment while they are away from school. The good news is that there are lots of options vying to be the be

Explore The Factory Of Idols Pierre Et Gilles Exhibition

Tuesday 24 December 2019

Sometimes, to truly express your ideas and feeling as an artist, you need more than one medium. A photograph may not be enough to capture the energy of a subject, a painting may not be realistic enough and a single quiet image might not spark enough memories.

Cirque d'Hiver Bouglione is back with “Défi”

Friday 13 December 2019

After last season's "Extra" show, Cirque d’Hiver Bouglione is back with a show called "Défi". As with many of their shows, the performance involves a range of extraordinary acts that are sure t

Learn more about Luca Giordano at Le Petit Palais

Monday 25 November 2019

The autumn series at Le Petit Palais in Paris looks at the life and works of artists based in Naples. Together with the Museo di Capodimonte and Museo del Prado, among other collaborators, the gallery has brought together work by a series of artists from the a

Enjoy the Greco Exhibition at Le Grand Palais Paris

Wednesday 20 November 2019

The artist El Greco is one that is a major icon of the 16th century thanks to his influence on the Spanish School, his work at the time challenged genres and tested ideas of what he and those learning from him should create. 

Discover the Giant Ice Skating Rink of Le Grand Palais des Glaces

Monday 18 November 2019

If you are going to go ice skating in Paris this year, why not head to the giant ice skating rink at the Grand Palais. 

Celebrate a Gaulish Christmas 2019 at Parc Asterix

Thursday 14 November 2019

The Christmas 2019 season brings a whole new opportunity for families in Paris. For the first time ever, Parc Asterix is opening for the holiday season with an array of fun shows and activities. The park will be decked out with Gaulish deco

Enjoy The Interiors Of Charlotte Perriand One Last Time

Saturday 02 November 2019

Charlotte Perriand was a visionary of the 20th century that sought to reimagine the purpose and message behind spaces. She had skills in design and interiors that had a lasting impact on her peers and a wider commercial audience. Sadly, Perriand died 20 years