- 24, Jul 2020
- Theatre in Paris exclusives
- Aysha Ferullo
As shows are beginning to open up around the city, it’s a more exciting time than ever to pay a visit and start planning what we’re going to see next! Here’s a run-down of all we recommend you see and do in Paris in the upcoming weeks!
Sainte-Chapelle Concert Series
From 1st August, the Sainte-Chapelle concert series will be once more gracing the Parisian stage. It’s one of our favourite events to attend and has been welcomed with rave reviews from both tourists and locals. Take a trip to this breath-taking location and enjoy the tranquil evening of strings for yourself! Click here for more information.
The Ionesco Package
Next up we have The Ionesco package, the perfect way for any classical theatre lovers to spend an evening in Paris. The Théâtre de la Huchette is the proud home of The Bald Soprano and The Lesson, so step inside the intimate location and experience it for yourself. It’s showing now, so there’s no time to waste before booking tickets!
The Cabaret Burlesque
Yet another Parisian show on the cusp of returning to the stage is the Cabaret Burlesque. This quintessentially Parisian cabaret is certainly one you don’t want to miss when you’re in town, head on over to our website for more information.
The Crazy Horse cabaret show will also be back to grace the Parisian stage this September, and it’s an event we’d recommend to any and all. Incorporate an evening at this iconic venue to your itinerary and you’ll be guaranteed an unforgettable Parisian experience. Book tickets here.
We’ve got your back when it comes to things to do in the city under the new social climate, and our blog is where we post all of our tips and tricks. Check out these ones:
- Our favourite picnic spots in Paris to go before, or after, a show.
- Things we recommend you doing, and shows we recommend you seeing, outdoors in Paris.
- How Parisian comedy constantly adapts.
We’ve also been keeping our social media updated, starting with a touching concert we shared, showing solidarity for all frontline workers. It takes place at the Palais Garnier and includes artists from the Paris National Opera. Have a watch here.
We also posted a taste of the Lido de Paris Cabaret, you can go and check out this excerpt from their performance at the 2017 French Touch La Belle Vie gala in Warsaw! It’s sure to inspire you to watch some cabaret for yourself.