Gaële Boghossian and Paulo Correia’s theatre company is renowned for thought-provoking, boundary-pushing productions. But their latest oeuvre may be their finest one yet.
To complement its season dedicated to the Eternal City, one of Germany’s premier fine art museums made Aix-en-Provence a loan of a unique collection
A stylish watch that respects the environment and even has a built-in giving-back-to-a-good-cause programme? Trust the Danes to pull it off!
A beautifully curated exhibition honours the exceptional career of the Austrian actress loved and revered by France and the world, who left the stage of life far too young
400 years after the greatest French playwright’s birth, adaptation of his plays abound. But few are as original – and timely – as the one that Collectif La Machine presents at Anthéa right now
To raise funds for their compatriots in need, seven artists from the war-beleaguered country present the culture and beauty of their homeland in a breathtaking circus and dance show
Slated to partially replace the “old” National Theatre, the reconstructed and converted Franciscan church is a beautiful venue. But very few locals are happy with it.
The Godfather of Punk, Iggy Pop, is still alive and kicking, quite literally. But in two upcoming concerts on the Coast he’ll show that he has yet another trick in his hat: experimental jazz.
Ten years after the US premiere of “Disgraced”, one of the most important contemporary plays, Daniel Benoin directs the French adaptation and a star-studded cast led by Sami Bouajila
After two tedious years of pandemic-related postponements, Frédéric Cerulli’s hilarious comedy about a family of undertakers is hitting the big screen this month. Actor Marc F. Duret, one of the protagonists, spills the inside beans