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Every week there are new things to do, read, listen, watch… We want to present you our selection of the novelties of the week, the things that we liked, and that you may like.

On the program of the week, watch “Angel Has Fallen”, go to the exhibition “Océan, une plongée insolite”, to the event “Jazz à la Villette” and discover Magnà!


Océan, une plongée insolite

Until January 5, 2020, Ocean, an unusual dive is to be discovered at the National Museum of Natural History. “Occupying nearly 71% of our planet, the oceans are still largely unknown to the general public and a tiny part has been explored by humans”. The exhibition introduces you to amazing creatures and underwater biodiversity. An intoxicating journey for young and old.
Musée d’Histoire Naturelle : 57 Rue Cuvier, 75005

© Musée d’Histoire Naturelle


Jazz à la Villette

Since 2002, Jazz à la Villette has been extending your summer by offering you an original jazz festival with renowned artists.
Everything takes place in the green setting of Parc de la Villette and its surroundings: the very intimate Atelier du Plateau at the North Nef of the Grande Halle, through the Great Hall of the Philharmonie of Paris, Espace Charlie Parker or still the Cabaret Sauvage… there is something for all types of artists and audiences.
La Villette : 221, avenue Jean-Jaurès, 75019

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Address of the day


At Magnà, you will have the opportunity to discover the Neapolitan street-food in the heart of Paris. Portafoglio pizzas, rotolò, and a multitude of salty or sweet specialties to enjoy in the street or on the spot!
Magnà : 48, rue Notre-Dame-de-Lorette, 75009

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Angel has fallen – Ric Roman Waugh


Secret Service Agent Mike Banning is framed for the attempted assassination of the President and must evade his own agency and the FBI as he tries to uncover the real threat.