Ice Skating on the Eiffel Tower | Now – February 15
Eiffel Tower, 1st Floor
METRO: Bir Hakeim (6) or Champs de Mars (RER C)
What is more magical than ice skating on Paris’ star monument? 190m2 ice rink 57 meters above the City of Lights on the refurbished new first floor of the Eiffel Tower.

Ice Skating at Hotel de Ville | Now – March 1
Place d’Hotel de Ville, 75004
METRO: Hotel de Ville (1, 11)
Paris’ most popular ice rink will open it’s glistening surfaces once again! This substantial rink, strategically located in the in the center Paris and it’s most stunning architecture, the rink offers a secluded skating area for toddlers and young ones, making ice skating ideal for a special family affair!

Les Soldes | Now – February 17
The winter sales are here! Grab all of that holiday gift money and head to the shops for some of the best deals all year. Sales start at 8am on January 7th with additional reductions every Wednesday for the 6-week period. Happy shopping!

Roland-Garros 2015 Ticket Sales | March 11
Order Tickets Online or through us at Savoir Faire Paris
Ticket sales began on January 25th starting with sales of Premium packages which include private seating, discovery of the different courts and entry to the exceptional lounges of the Roland Garros. Ticket sales to the public begin on March 11th and Savoir Faire Paris can purchase tickets on your behalf. The final spout of sales begin on 13th May, this is the date where you are able to find last minute offers.



Don Giovanni – Mozart | Now – February 14
Opéra Bastille
Place de la Bastille, 75011
METRO: Bastille (1,5,8)
Tickets: 5 – 214 euros
Don Giovanni is unarguably the darkest and most desperate Opera written by Mozart and Da Ponte. The Italian Opera is divided into 2 acts with a story line based on the legends of Don Juan, a fictional libertine and seducer. Don Giovanni is a young, arrogant, and promiscuous nobleman. He abuses and outrages everyone else in the cast, until he is faced with something he cannot kill, avoid, outrage or outwit.

The Abduction from the Seraglio – Mozart | Now – February 15
Palais Garnier
8 Rue Scribe, 75009 
METRO: Opéra (3,7,8)
Tickets: 25 – 231 euros 
This was the first German Opera to be constructed as a Singspiel which is an alternating spoken and sung dialogue. It is a three act Opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in which the plot centres around the hero Belmonte, with the help of his servant Pedrillo, trying to rescue his beloved Konstanza who has been captured by pirates and sold to the Pasha Selim. Tickets are running out fast and are only available now for the 1st and the 4th.

Ariadne Auf Naxos – Strauss | Now – February 17
Opéra Bastille
Place de la Bastille, 75011
METRO: Bastille (1,5,8)
Tickets: 5 – 150 euros
Ariadne Auf Naxos is a German Opera split into two parts, the Prologue and the Opera. The first part shows the happenings backstage and sets the story for the second part which is actually an Opera within an Opera. Ariadne has been abandoned on the island of Naxos and longs for her lost love and wishes for her own death. The storyline brings together slapstick comedy and consummately beautiful music. If you wish to find out how the story unravels tickets can be bought from their website directly, or if you need help doing so we can always book them for you.

Pelléas et Melisande – Debussy | February 7 – February 28
Opéra Bastille
Place de la Bastille, 75011
METRO: Bastille (1,5,8)
Tickets: 5 – 150 euros
Pelléas et Mélisande is a drama lyrique divided into 5 parts with 12 different scenes. It is a symbolist play about the forbidden and doomed love between the two main characters which comes to a tragic end. Tickets are already on sale for the first performance date on February 7th.

Around the World in 80 Days | Now – April 4
Théâtre du Splendid
48, rue du Faubourg Saint-Martin – 75010
Price: 29-49 euro
Around the world in 80 days is is based on Jules Verne’s famous 1872 novel, which in its great success has seen a number of film and theatrical adaptations, produced all over the world. It is well known to English speakers due to the English translation of the book and also the film Around the World in 80 Days starring Jackie Chan and Steve Coogan. The performance is subtitled in English on Thursdays & Fridays by Theatre in Paris.

Cyrano de Bergerac | Now – May 21
Théâtre Michel
38, rue des Mathurins,75008
Price: 44 euro
Step into the romantic world of Cyrano de Bergerac. Our swashbuckling hero, Cyrano, complete with his famously-prominent nose, fights against the odds and reveals himself to be just as effective with the sword as he is with his words. He falls madly in love with his cousin, Roxane, only to find out that she loves another. Christian, a headstrong young soldier, as handsome as Cyrano is ugly, as dim-witted as Cyrano is sharp, has also fallen in love with Roxane. The performance is subtitled in English by Theatre in Paris.

The New York Comedy Night | Every Friday at 9:30pm
38 Boulevard Bonne Nouvelle
METRO: Bonne Nouvelle (8, 9)
Sebastian Marx in as American Expat living in Paris. He is a standup comedian and can perform in both English and French. He hosts weekly comedy nights featuring the best of English stand up comedy in Paris, with line ups of international and local comedians. Every so often he has an international headliner who is passing through Paris. Be sure to have a night filled of unforgettable laughter and feel at home amongst the English speakers.



Alix Cleo Roubaud, photographs | Now – February 1
Bibliothèque Nationale de France François- Mitterrand
Quai François Mauriac, 75013
METRO: Bibliothèque François Mitterrand (4, RER C)
After her death is 1983, at only 31 years old, Alix Cleo Roubaud leaves a multiplicity of fascinating photographs and writing. The recent donation of her works, released by her husband in 2010, offers an exclusive selection of 200 photographs of self portraits, experiments, and landscape selected for this one of a kind series.

Niki de Saint Phalle | Now – February 2
Grand Palais, 3 Avenue du General Eisenhower, 75008
METRO: Champs Elysées–Clemenceau (1,13)
Adult: 13 euros Youth: 9 euros, 16 & under: free
One of the most popular mid-twentieth century artists will take up space at the Grand Palais this fall. Artist, painter, sculptor and filmmaker Niki de Saint Phalle, notorious for his work, “Nanas”, will exhibit her committed feministic and radical works. This exhibition will be the artists’ largest display of artwork for over twenty years.

Gary Winogrande | Now – February 8
Jeu de Paume
1 Place de Concorde, 75008
METRO: Concorde (1 ,8)
Adult: 10 euros, Reduced: 8 euros
During America’s post war period, photographer Gary Winograde dominated in capturing moments of everyday street life. Featuring a number of the artist’s most popular stills, in addition to numerous unseen prints, the realistic, poetic and humorous photographs have been gathered into a collection of the world’s iconic images of everyday life.

Paris Libéré, Paris Photographié, Paris Exposé | Now – February 8
Musée Carnavalet
16 Rue des Francs Bourgeois, 75003 
METRO: Saint-Paul (1) Chemin vert (8)
Adult: 8 euros, Reduced: 4-6 euros
The photography exhibition marks the 70th anniversary of the Liberation of Paris. It takes you through the struggles of the Parisians trying to reclaim their city during the World War ll, from pictures that were taken by photographers at the time. The Museum Carnavalet allows a real insight into the lives of the locals at the time. A very exciting and informative exhibition not to be missed!

Je n’ai rien à te dire sinon que je t’aime | Now – February 15
Musée des Lettres et Manuscrit
22 boulevard Saint-Germain, 75007
METRO: Rue du bac (12) Saint-Germain-des-Prés (4)
Adult: 7 euros, Reduced: 5 euros. Entry free for children under 12 and for the disabled.
The museum invites you to discover the intimate writings of love letters and secrets by celebrities. Writing love letters can be one of the most difficult things to do, expressing your feelings and finding the correct words to do your feelings justice can be one of the most difficult things to do. Here you can see the passion, the jealousy, the desires, the erotic nature and the pain of love in the words of some of the worlds most famous people.

The Art of Love in the time of Geishas: Forbidden Japanese masterpieces | Now – February 15
Pinacothèque de Paris (Pinacothèque 1)
28 Place de Madeleine, 75008
METRO: Madeleine (8,12,14)
Adult: 13 euros, Reduced: 11 euros
As a follow up to the Karma-Sutra exhibition, the Pinacothèque is hosting “The Art of Love in time of Geishas”  to show the approach to erotic life and culture during the Edo period (1603-1867) in Japan. The exhibition offers over 200 photographs, prints and objects of daily life to portray this erotic tradition. Tickets can be bought directly at their ticket window and a reduction is possible should you wish to see both exhibitions on the same day.

Street Art at the Fondation EDF | Now – March 1
6 Rue Récamier, 75007
METRO: Sèvres-Babylone
The Fondation EDF (french energy provider) is showcasing a free street art exhibition to promote innovation and creativity of the new practices of street art. Wander around the neighbourhood and view the evolution of street art in the form of graffiti, spray painting, street mapping and anamorphosis.

Fête du Graphisme | Now – March 4
Cité Internationale des Arts
18 Rue de l’Hôtel de ville, 75004
METRO: Hôtel de Ville (1,11)
The festival is returning for the second year running and is entirely dedicated to the graphic arts. With a range of French and international artists the festival is made up of all sorts of exhibitions from screenings, workshops, meetings, parties and many many more events. Check out the link attached to see all the listings of the graphic art festival!

Dali’s Wall | Now – March 15
Espace Dali, 11 Rue Poulbot, 75018
METRO: Abbesses (12)
The Espace Dali is introducing an exciting mix to their surrealist focus; street art. Twenty street artists have been invited to take over the space to imagine and create a “meeting” with the celebrated surrealist master, Salvador Dali. Just as the tigers broke free from their cage in the masterpiece, “One Second Before Awakening from a Dream Caused by the Flight of a Bee Around a Pomegranate”, Parisians and fans of all kind are anticipated go wild at the spark between the suburban and surreal art.

Animals and Pharaohs: The Animal Kingdom in Ancient Egypt | Now – March 9
Musée du Louvre
Musée du Louvre, 75001
METRO: Palais-Royal Musée du Lourvre (7,1)
This exhibition brings wildlife back to extinction and shows the strong bond between the Egyptians and the animal kingdom. The animals had a crucial role in the pharaonic civilization and this exhibition portrays many aspects of Egyptian civilisation such as livestock, deities and funeral rites through the display of animal figures.

Paris Magnum | Now – March 28
Hôtel de Ville
5 Rue Lobau Paris, 75004
METRO: Hôtel de Ville (1,11)
Free Entry
Hôtel de Ville is featuring a free photography exhibition showing the prints and slides of the legendary Magnum photo agency. The presentation ranges from newer photographs, to older iconic ones including Richard Kalvar’s “Paris in Solitude”. See Paris through Magnum photography’s eyes and view their fascinating work portraying the life of Paris over the last 80 years. Founded in 1947, one of the founders of Magnum photo agency, Bresson, once described it this way: “Magnum is a community of thought, a shared human quality, a curiosity about what is going on in the world, a respect for what is going on and a desire to transcribe it visually.”

Jeff Koons at Centre Pompidou | Now – April 27th
Centre Pompidou 
Place-Georges Pompidou, 75004
METRO: Rambuteau (11), Châtelet (1,4,7,11,14)
Contemporary American artist Jeff Koons, is one of todays most controversial artists. The Centre Pompidou is exhibiting his kitsch, fluorescent and shiny artwork including his iconic Rabbit. The exhibition takes a look at the pat 35 years of Jeff Koons’ creations in chronological order.

INSIDE | Now – November 2015
Palais de Tokyo
13 Avenue President Wilson, 75116
METRO: Iena (9) Alma-Marceau (9)
Adult: 10 euros, Reduced: 8 euros, Under 18: Free
Countless artists and the group NUMEN \ FOR USE have worked on this interactive work of art suspending within the walls of Palais de Toyko. This “space metaphor” allows visitors to crawl above two levels of the inner building in saran-wrap like tubes. The artists of his one of a kind exhibition hopes to “lead us to the skin of our most secret thoughts”. For children and adults alike, this work of arts adds for an one-of-a-kind experience.



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