While no one was looking, Nice’s most popular theatre just pulled an extraordinary stunt, seeking to shake people awake from the malaise that has beset the world.
At the tail end of this exhausting year, we all crave a little balm on our aching souls. The recommendations of locally-made gifts on our coup-de-cœur list are exactly that.
In an extraordinary two-day charity event, actors and musicians are rallying behind those who have lost everything in the recent storm that devastated the Niçois hinterland
Thierry Surace, director of the popular Théâtre de la Cité in Nice, talks about the dramatic impact - in the short and long run – the lockdown has had on his and other private theatres
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
Clément Althaus, musician extraordinaire, doesn’t just stop at making music. He is a storyteller and a juggler of baroque-cum-dance floor sounds.
While Black French humorist Donel Jack’sman deflects a vile insult from a spectator in mid-show with grace, the depth of racism running rampant in Nice is exposed
After a few tumultuous years, Azurean theatres have (re)defined their identities. The result: an extraordinarily rich and interesting programme all around
British comedian Paul Taylor is bringing his bilingual stand-up comedy show to the Théâtre de la Cité in Nice this October.
The programme for this year’s theatre festival, taking place this October, is finally out, and is well worth the long wait.
The three regional flagship theatres present very different programmes, but all share a general theme of lightening the sombre mood.
It’s quite early in the season, and the Théâtre de la Cité in Nice is already pulling a first ace from its sleeve.
You have seen every possible version of French stage classics? No – unless you have seen Société Miranda’s Dom Juan.