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Anglo Friendly Theatre in Paris? Oui!

new technologies now allow English-speaking audiences to attend all kinds live performances alongside locals without missing a word.Chris Goldberg

If you look closely at Paris you’ll see that the city itself is a stage, from the neighborhood early-riser who stops by the boulangerie for his morning croissant, to the Parisian woman who loses her scarf in the breeze as she dashes after a bus. But look further than these daily mises en scène and you may be quite surprised to learn the variety of theatrical productions large and small that Paris has to offer.

new technologies now allow English-speaking audiences to attend all kinds live performances alongside locals without missing a word.Marco Bianchetti

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Festival d’Automne: Art Abounds in Paris

The P&O Ferries UK blog has written up a wonderful account of this year’s Festival d’Automne, which is taking place from now until December 19.

resize_eve_photo1_rodrigobouche350Rodrigo Garcia – Versus – at the Theatre du Rond Point Nov 18-22

In Paris, when the leaves begin to fall as a sign of autumn’s arrival, actors, musicians and dancers alike come together to celebrate contemporary art. Rosie Khdir explores the delights of the Festival d’Automne.

Forty events in four months in over 150 venues in Paris, involving the original works of artists across the globe – this is what is expected of the Festival d’Automne.

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