To see in Paris (April, 6th)

To see in Paris (April, 6th)

06 April 2015 | PAR Simon Théodore

Take advantage of the good weather and come to Le Perchoir. We are happy to invite you for our fourth party “Culture Perchée” with gardening lesson, blind test, showcase and Dj set. If you like comics, nature or photography, there is so many thing to do this week. Enjoy !

Culture perchée

Organized by Toutelaculture, this is the fourth edition. This event take place on a roof and you will take advantage of the sun light. It’s sure, you will like it and you will discovered the french singer Helluvah. From 5pm. More informations here.


– Vivian Maier

From 3rd to 16th april, the galery of l’Ecole des Beaux Arts of Versailles presents you her pictures. Died in 2009, Vivian Maier is the most famous artist of street photography. More informations here.

– Musée passager of Alfortville

From 4th to 26th april. This event takes place in the street of Alfortville in the district of l’Ile au Cointre. This is a real time of friendliness with Dj set, live show, plastic arts and theater performance. More informations here.


– Les 4 éléments, April 11th

It’s time to the party ! The famous bar club Les 4 éléments celebrates its sixth birthday. Come dance on electronic music with the American Dj K Alexis. if you like to dance, it’s for you ! More informations here.

– La Géode

From 7th april to 5th july, the famous Géode celebrates its thirty years of eistence. This is one of the bigest cinema of France. If you like animals, nature or dinosaurs, you will can watch more than thirty documentaries. After the showing, take time to rest you in Le Parc de la Villette. More informations here.


– The Pulp Festival

From 10th to 12h april, Pulp Festival presents you unreleased works of famous cartoonist like Moebius. There will be some performances and meetings. This event takes place at La Ferme du Buisson. More informations here.

Visuals : (c) Stephan h / DR

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Simon Théodore

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