The glamourous Rivieran town hosts a series of exciting summer events that would even make Paris envious
Fascinating new projects and exhibitions reveal even more secrets of the city’s unique history and patrimony.
How do Marco Polo, Romeo and Giulietta, Donizetti, and Carlo Boso get to share a playbill? Frédéric Rey has the secret.
On May 17, Syria.Art and the City of Nice join forces to feature the remarkable work of Syrian videographers and photo artists
John Fitzerald Kennedy would have turned 100 this year. To celebrate this milestone, famed writer and producer Frédéric Lecomte-Dieu will be curating a one-off photo exhibition “John F. Kennedy 1917 – 2017” in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin.
If you can pronounce “Hyvää itsenäisyyspäivää Suomi” we know where you will be on Saturday, 8 April. If not, come to Théâtre Francis Gag anyway!
Villa Paloma in Monaco hosts a new exhibition of the works of long forgotten local artist and explorer, Hercule Florence.
The Musée d'art moderne et d'art contemporain in Nice (MAMAC), presents a retrospective of the work of Gustav Metzger, running until the 14th of May.
A big treat is in store for local music lovers: the Nice Jazz Orchestra is stopping over in town.
There is so much to say about Khaled Youssef that it would easily fill a book. But three words sum him up: Surgeon, Artist, Altruist.