To see in Paris this week – 13th october
From dancing vampires to iconic pop singer, there are plenty of things to do this week in Paris, and in different styles !
* Dance of the Vampires at Théâtre Mogador
It was a movie directed by Roman Polanski in the late 60’s. An horrific comedy like The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Now it’s a successful musical, played in luminous Broadway. This week, Dance of the Vampires plays at Théâtre Mogador, a great parisian theater specialised in musicals adapted from movies (The Beauty and The Beast, Lion King etc.)
From 14th to 19th of october. Informations and tickets here.
* MaMa Festival near Pigalle and Montmartre
Pigalle’s and Montmartre’s neighbourhood is well-known for having great music places : vinyls shops, rock’n’roll bars, great concert halls such as Le Trianon, La Cigale etc. It’s only the 5th Parisian edition of MaMA, but the event can already be proud to have reached its main goal to gather French and international professionals from the music industry in the heart of Paris. This year, MaMA is back for three days and will be offering more than 100 concerts and about 50 conferences and special meetings.
From October 15th to 17th.
* Boy George at Salon du Vintage, Carreau du Temple.
Quite sure that our english readers remembers iconic singer Boy George. For this « Salon du Vintage » special U.K, singer of « Do you really want to hurt me? » will sing and do a DJ set. It is also the occasion to buy rare vinyl or vintage clothes.
* « Sade. Attacking the Sun » at Musée d’Orsay
One of greatest writer, whose life is as scandalous as its writing.The Divin Marquis’s work is a radical questioning of issues of limits, proportion, excess, notions of beauty, ugliness, the sublime and the body image. He takes the way we look at things and sweeps away all our religious, ideological, moral and social presuppositions. This exhibition is curating by Annie Lebrun, specialist of Sade’s work.
From 14th of october to 25th of january 2015. Informations here.
More events in french here.
Visuels : ©captures d’écran / ©Franz von Stuck Judith et Holopherne (1927) Musée d’Orsay D.R