Category Archives: Paris talent

The Little Theatre of Happiness

Drama on the Stairs   This may be the smallest theatre you’ve ever been to. And most probably the cutest.   Au petit théâtre du Bonheur sits on a staircase leading up towards the Sacre Coeur in Paris’ 18th … Continue reading

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Paris Lit Up

New on the Paris Literary Scene Paris knows how to seduce the writer. She has played host and inspiration to some of the most famous minds to date. We’re not just talking French, either. Paris attracts writers like a moth to … Continue reading

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Flamming!

( = French Slamming ) * No, I’m not talking about slagging off the French, which we seem to consider a rosbif art form. I’m talking about Paris’ “Slam au Downtown“, a poetry night very similar to Spoken Word up the road. … Continue reading

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Dance, Dance

Dancing in Paris This week I’m passing on two great, and relatively unknown, addresses for going out in Paris…   Bizz’art and Glazart  Soul vs. Electro. You choose… Bizz’art167 Quai de Valmy75010 PARIS@bizzartclub http://www.bizzartclub.com On the banks of the Canal Saint … Continue reading

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The Literary Scene in Paris, Post N°4

Double Change: Poetry readings in Paris. Eyes Right! Ears Open! Sir Yes Sir. We’re here to explore another of the Anglo literary pockets that’s buzzing in Paris right now. It’s a bilingual American-French set-up, and it’s been going since 2000. … Continue reading

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The Literary Scene in Paris – Post N°3

Unstrung Letters One of the newer kids on the literary block in Paris, Unstrung Letters is a great idea. Here’s their blurb from the Facebook page: “Unstrung Letters is an informal lecture series. It’s critical (some one presents an opinion, … Continue reading

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The Literary Scene in Paris, post n°2

Shakespeare and Co. A full year and a half after my very FIRST post I come back to my old friend Shakespeare and Co., with good reason.On the 14th December 2011, the legendary George Whitman, owner of Shakespeare and Co passed … Continue reading

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