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What's On In Paris I  Weekend 11-13 March 2016

What's On In Paris I Weekend 11-13 March 2016

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Updated: 16 March 2016
We know that you’re desperately waiting for the weekend to arrive, and with it, all the amazing events taking place in Paris! With several new concerts, performances and art exhibitions, decision-making becomes a hard task. Don’t worry, though, there is always something for everyone and you’ll see why; we have hand-picked for you, the ideal places you should be visiting, for a fun and culturally diverse weekend!


OFFBEAT   |   Relaxation Therapy at Le Pavillon des Canaux

Ring in your weekend with a relaxation therapy session Friday morning at this quirky and quaint café alongside the Canal Saint-Martin.

ART   | L’art et L’enfant Exposition at Le Musée Marmottan Monet

Why not start your weekend off with a dose of culture? Head to Le Musée Marmottan Monet to see the opening of their new exhibition with pieces from artists Fragonard, Chardin, Manet, Monet, Renoir, and Cézanne to name a few!

MUSIC   | Nowadays Records Party at La Machine du Moulin Rouge

Nowadays Records is a Marseillais-Parisian record label that represents up-and-coming French artists based out of Marseille and Paris. They’re throwing a party this Friday at La Machine du Moulin Rouge, so head there to check out the latest French DJs on the scene!


FESTIVAL   |  Chez Casimir

A lazy morning and heady all-you-can-eat mountains of glorious French food await you at this charming vintage bistro.

DRINKS   |   La Fine Mousse

Toast the weekend with exquisite drinks and delicious tapas at Paris’ temple to craft beers.

Courtesy of La Fine Mousse

Courtesy of La Fine Mousse

OFFBEAT   | Vide Greniers

Rummage for treasure, vintage and bargains at Paris’ neighborhood vide greniers, or neighborhood garage sales! Big events this Saturday in the 11ème, 12ème, 15ème, and 16ème.


DANCE   |    Para-ll-èles at Théâtre des Champs Elysées 

Could we say that what we don’t see doesn’t exist? Former Paris Opera Ballet étoiles, Nicolas Le Riche and Clairemarie Osta, explore this question in their poetic dance for two, for one or for all.


Dancers Osta & Le Riche/ ©Lisa Roze/Courtesy of Franck Peyraud

FOOD   |   Le Café du Commerce

This quaint and trendy restaurant is the perfect formula for a lazy Sunday of delicious food!

Le Café du Commerce/Courtesy of Le Cafe du Commerce

Le Café du Commerce/Courtesy of Le Cafe du Commerce

THEATER   |   Edward Bond’s ‘La Mer’ at The Comédie Française 

Written by English author Edward Bond, this exquisite theatrical piece is the finest example of English eccentricity!

La Mer, play’s scenery | Courtesy of La Comédie Française

La Mer, play’s scenery | Courtesy of La Comédie Française