Theatre in Paris: See Mozart’s Magic Flute with English Surtitles

Book tickets to see Mozart's classic in a beautiful Parisian setting.

Evenings out in Paris: Flamenco à la Villette

For three days only, you will be able to experience the spirit of Andalucia in the heart of Paris, when the energetic rhythms and unmistakable melodies of flamenco take centre stage at the Grande...

Cyrano de Bergerac at the Odéon Theatre in Paris

Equal parts romance and tragedy, this famous work by poet and playwright Edmond Rostand is a classic of French theatre, and the work which introduced the word panache to the English language. This contemporary version,...

Crazy Horse: Désirs

Known for its troupe of beautiful, seductive dancers in barely-there costumes, ‘le Crazy’ is the most avant-garde of Parisian cabarets, set in an intimate underground theatre on the exclusive Avenue George V. Choreographer Philippe Decouflé’s...

City Buzz: Theatre in Paris Now Accessible for English-Speakers

An excellent new English surtitling service for theatre performances like "Cyrano de Bergerac."

Opéra de Paris: Madame Butterfly

Giacomo Puccini considered Madame Butterfly his most “sincere” and “expressive” work, and it was one which he never tired of listening to. This much-loved classic of the operatic repertoire returns to Paris’s Opéra Bastille for...

My Fair Lady Returns to the Théâtre du Châtelet

Based on George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion, this beloved musical returns to the Théâtre du Châtelet this holiday season, following an immensely successful run in December 2010. With music by Frederick Loewe and book and...

Paradis à la Folie: Cabaret on the Left Bank

Paradis à la Folie at the Paradis Latin, one of the oldest cabarets in the world, possesses all of the razzle dazzle that you’d expect of a grande revue Parisienne. The historic cabaret house, which...

Théâtre Jean-Claude Carrière Opens in Montpellier

There’s a stunning new theatre in Montpellier. What’s so striking about the architectural design is that the Théâtre Jean-Claude Carrière is entirely eco-friendly: constructed with recycled materials and wood certified by PEFC (which guarantees...

300 Years of the Paris Opera Ballet

Louis XIV founded the École de Danse de l’Opéra National de Paris in 1713, to establish and preserve the rules of dance. It is a weighty task to mount a presentation to reflect its...