There’s always something new and interesting emerging from the rehearsal studios of Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo, so it’s with keen anticipation that we await not just one but two World Premieres which make up the programme Corpus later this month.
One of the world’s premier music and dance groups brings back to life an ancient culture that was nearly lost. This weekend, the spectacular show stops over in Nice.
The final curtain of Françoise Nahon’s festival paying tribute to women in the performing arts has just fallen with a spectacular closing concert
Happy days! Spring is here, and with it comes the annual Festival Printemps des Arts de Monte-Carlo, opening on 15th March.
For its latest masterpiece, Théâtre anthéa’s house company tackles Le Chateau, one of the most complex literary texts ever written, with tremendous success
In a departure from the more traditional fare of 18th & 19th century operas which characterise the 2018-2019 season, Nice Opera presents Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress - a new production for the Company.
Nice Opera opens 2019 with a production of Mozart’s Don Giovanni - an eminently popular work, recounting the escapades and ultimate downfall of the fictional libertine Don Juan.
Wonderful news for art lovers as the Carnoles Palace art museum opens its doors to the public for the first time in a year, for a limited exhibition until 2nd February 2019.
It’s opera season again on the Côte d’Azur, and both Monte-Carlo Opera and Opera Nice open their 2018-19 programmes with works by French composers.
Ballet Nice Méditerranée, under the direction of Eric Vu-An, opens the 2018-2019 season with three diverse works from choreographers Uwe Scholz, Rudi van Dantzig and Robert North.
After a few tumultuous years, Azurean theatres have (re)defined their identities. The result: an extraordinarily rich and interesting programme all around