Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s canon of four books and 56 original stories about the “consulting detective” wasn’t enough for Collectif La Machine, so they added on to it...
Jerome Robbins, Gene Kelly and Jean-Christophe Maillot - three diverse and well-known choreographic names to conjure with, and three masters of their art whose creations will be performed on the Riviera this Christmas.
French author Sarasvati Devi’s new poetry and photo book explores the beauty of tranquility and the eloquence of silence
Think the most-performed play in French theatre history cannot possibly be reinterpreted? Théâtre de la Cité director Thierry Surace and his resident company prove otherwise
The venerable Théâtre National de Nice is celebrating a milestone birthday this year. Reason to pause and reflect on its turbulent history.
In celebration of Monaco’s National Day on 19th November, Monte-Carlo Opera opens its new season with Gaetano Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor the weekend before.
There may be larger or more prominent theatres in and around Nice but none is as beloved as the popular theatre that bears the name of one of the city’s all-time great.
In her first big artistic project after her voluntary departure from Nice, the former TNN director unites her love for Shakespeare with her passion for directing opera
he Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra has chosen the theme Light and Shade for its first concert of the 2019-2020 season.
The inauguration of the new municipal gallery illustrates the principles of freedom and creation the City of Nice holds so dear
Ballet Nice Méditerranée opens the 2019-2020 season with its traditional open-air production at the city’s Théâtre de Verdure, and this year the work is Cassandra by choreographer Luciano Cannito.
The death of Toni Morrison, one of the most influential contemporary authors, leaves a tremendous vacuum not only in world literature but in society as a whole
Yes, visiting a museum or a gallery is very trendy; but what if it is too hot or too cold for a walk outside, if it’s raining cats and dogs, if you have a leg in plaster, no library, museum or gallery card or simply don't want to leave the house?
This month, Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo will give audiences their first experience of the company’s own staging of Jean-Christophe Maillot’s The Taming of the Shrew.