Clément Althaus, musician extraordinaire, doesn’t just stop at making music. He is a storyteller and a juggler of baroque-cum-dance floor sounds.
Widely opening on December 26, Gilles de Maistre’s poetic movie about a young girl’s very special relationship with a Big Cat is a fervent plea for wildlife protection
On December 9, concert organizer “Musical Guest” and noted soprano Lussine Levoni team up in Cannes to perform for animal protection society La SPA Refuge Alpes-Maritimes
Lenny Kravitz cannot get enough of the French Riviera - after highlighting the jazz festival in Juans-les-pins this summer, he plays the Nikaia in Nice next May
A new and spectacular ARTE-Indigènes co-production takes a closer look at the hidden side of five star aviators who influenced the outcome of the First World War
Dita Von Teese has been called 'the most famous stripper in America' and has been delighting audiences the world over with her uber-glamourous performances for more than twenty years.
The last “monstre sacré”, or superstar, of French chanson has left the stage forever at age 94
Taking its title from Stendhal’s famous claim ”La beauté n’est que la promesse du Bonheur” (Beauty is but the promise of happiness), a new exhibition at the Villa Paloma is paying tribute to Tom Wesselmann.
No artist embodies better the spirit of Montmartre at the turn of the 20th century than French artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
Light, senses and colour, three words that come to mind when describing the work of Monique Orsini
Created in 1905 by Jacqueline Rivière and Joseph Pinchon to fill a blank page in the children’s magazine La Semaine de Suzette, the young Breton housemaid Bécassine was so well-received by the readers that she soon had her own comic strips.