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To do in paris in November

The exhibition Presentation of the Lebadang donation, taking place in the Cernuschi museum, pays tribute to the talented French artiste originate from Vietnam, Le Ba Dang, who had immigrated to France in 1939 and was awarded the insignia of “Chevalier” of the “Ordre des arts et des lettres” by the French Minister of Culture. Thanks to the generous donation of his wife, Madame Myshu Nguyen Lebadang, the museum is able to showcase twenty pieces of his work of art such as watercolors, paintings, sculpture or engraving. Until March 5th.

What do you think brings closer together Ferdinand Hodler, Edvard Munch et Claude Monet, three artists gathering the time of an exhibition in the Musée Marmottan-Monet ? Well, because they played an essential role in the modern European art between impressionism, post-impressionism and symbolism, and also for the influence their work of art had in the world. This is what the exposition Hodler Monet Munch will demonstrate. Until January 22nd.


Les Folies Bergère welcome you to witness the impossible during the show of The Illusionists – The new generation of magicians. This entertaining show will feature for the first time seven of the world’s greatest magicians. From November 17th to December 4th.

The Théâtre du Châtelet presents the musical 42th Street. This show is set in the period just after the financial crash of 1929. A producer has pinned all his hopes in a new show, but the leading lady injures herself during rehearsals. The plot revolves around some staggering singing and dancing and a number of breathtaking tap routines. From November 17th.


The old restaurant of Guy Savoy has been converted in a new kind of atypical venue, a mix between theatre and gastronomy named La scène Thélème. The cuisine of the Chef Pierre Rigothier is elaborated with regional products. You can discover: Dublin bay prawns and cauliflower; scallops; chicken breast salsify and quince sauce and for dessert a chocolate and hazelnut delice. Lovely wine menu starting at reasonable prices. Closed on Saturdays for lunch, Sundays and Mondays. Menu starting from 85 €, count between 110 and 160 € à la carte. 18 rue Troyon, 17th.

After leaving the kichen of the restaurant « Le Sergent Recruteur », the Chef Antonin Bonnet decided to open his own establishment, Le Quinsou. You can enjoy the Chef specialities: mackerel covered with pear vinegar, almond praline and eggplant cream and for dessert roasted apple with spices, granola and ice cream. Lovely wine menu. Closed on Sundays and Mondays. Menu starting from 28 € for lunch and 48 € for dinner. 33 rue de l’Abbé Grégoire, 6th.

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