Corou de Berra, Nice’s famous polyphonic quartet, explores the myths and lore surrounding the enigmatic general
“Life’s too short, let’s work it out”, sings Sharlene Spiteri on the first single of her band’s newest release, Jump On Board, their ninth studio album
British comedian Paul Taylor is bringing his bilingual stand-up comedy show to the Théâtre de la Cité in Nice this October.
Music to the ears of jazz lovers and movie buffs alike: Woody Allen and the New Orleans Jazz Band are stopping over in Antibes this July
The Cannes Film Festival celebrates its 70th anniversary, and Nice complements the festivities with a cornucopia of cult movies from 1946 through today
English novelist and playwright W. Somerset Maugham used to describe the French Riviera as 'a sunny place for shady people.' He definitely knew what he was talking about, since he called it home for more than 30 years.
The Indigènes signature is the gold standard of history docu-fiction, as the Parisian filmmakers’ newest release proves yet again
Shot last summer on our shores, Sky Atlantic’s eagerly anticipated drama Riviera got its big debut recently at miptv, in front of players from the TV and digital industry.
The Forbidden City comes to the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco this July, promising another spectacular summer exhibition to rival past editions.