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 “Yesterday”, go to the “Prince.sse.s des villes” exhibition, to the “Marie-Antoinette” show or the Fever-Tree terrace!
Prince.sse.s des villes
Fifty artists from 5 mega cities gather at the Palais de Tokyo to present this amazing exhibition! The exhibition revolves around the technological and demographic evolution of these dynamic and creative cities: Lagos, Tehran, Mexico City, Dhaka and Manila. Let yourself be carried in this “imaginary city” until September 9, 2019.
Palais de Tokyo : 13 Avenue du Président Wilson, 75116
Marie-Antoinette, le destin d’une Reine au Château de Versailles
From 4th to 12th of July, Groupe F is reorganizing this year the show dedicated to Marie-Antoinette in the heart of the Jardins de L’Orangerie. A spectacular event punctuated by magnificent pyrotechnic effects and lights per hundred, flames, videos and luminous characters; all, told by Stéphane Bern. A real journey through time for history buffs or the most curious!
Book your ticket here!
Château de Versailles : Place d’Armes, 78000 Versailles
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Fever-Tree : the ephemeral terrace of the Shangri-La Hotel
The Shangri-La Hotel has created an ephemeral terrace: Fever-Tree! Until July 20, enjoy this green setting in the Parisian palace. Many cocktails are available to cool off after a hot summer day. You will have the opportunity, if you are greedy, to taste delicious homemade tapas! Do not forget to book.
Shangri-La Hotel : 10 Avenue d’Iéna, 75116
Yesterday – Danny Boyle
Yesterday everyone knew the Beatles, but today only Jack remembers their songs. He is about to become extremely famous.
Jack Malik is a struggling singer-songwriter whose dreams are sinking into the sea that borders the small village where he lives in England, despite encouragement from Ellie, his best childhood friend who never stopped believing in him. After an accident with a bus during a strange blackout, Jack wakes up in a world where he discovers that the Beatles never existed… which will put him in a serious case of conscience.