PARIS THROUGH THE EYES OF A LOCAL

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PARIS THROUGH THE EYES OF A LOCAL

3 spectacular new shows in Paris this Autumn with English subtitles: not to be missed!

Dare to venture off the tourist path, and you'll discover the true Paris, the Paris of the locals. You can now join the Parisians in hidden, historical theatres for sensational French productions with English subtitles by booking through the
Theatre in Paris Box Office and enjoy 15% off standard prices with the code TravelByAirFrance.

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PARIS THROUGH THE EYES OF A LOCAL

Now Playing: I Love Piaf. Born and raised in the streets. Made for the Stage.

Playing in a youthful theatre in the bohemian-chic area of Paris' 9th arrondissement is the intimate musical revue I Love Piaf.

To see this unique musical show is the next best thing to meeting the legendary Edith Piaf in person. Karoline Rose, contemporary Parisian artist and star of the Voice France, will bring you to the height of your emotions, sending chills down your spine through her powerful vocals in true Edith Piaf style. Jacques Pessis, passionate playwright and expert of France's rich musical history, narrates in between the heartfelt ballads, telling the whirlwind life story of the woman who continues to make us all see La vie en rose.

Bookings via Theatre in Paris Box Office

Théâtre Trévise
14 rue de Trévise
September through January 2018
Discount code: TravelByAirFrance

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PARIS THROUGH THE EYES OF A LOCAL

The Miser by Molière. Paris' Must-See Satire.

From the King of Farce himself, this play by Jean Baptiste Poquelin, otherwise known as Molière, is now playing in one of Paris' most elusive venues, Théâtre le Ranelagh, a hidden gem tucked away in the posh 16th arrondissement of Paris

In true Molière fashion, ‘The Miser' is splendidly satirical, a mockery of the French bourgeoisie, and a matchmaking scheme gone terribly wrong. Seeing a play by Molière is a must-do for anyone appreciative of French literature and culture, as Molière is known as the “Shakespeare of France”, and was the favourite playwright of King Louis XIV. The Miser will have you doubled over in laughter from curtain up to curtain call.

Bookings via Theatre in Paris Box Office

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Théâtre le Ranelagh
5 rue des Vignes, 75016
September through January 2018
Discount code: TravelByAirFrance

PARIS THROUGH THE EYES OF A LOCAL

Real Life. French Humour at its Finest.

The Théâtre Edouard VII is a chic venue with a rich history (think Orson Welles, Eartha Kitt, Picasso…), and located just a stone's throw away form the Opéra Garnier, in the heart of Paris' theatre district.

The contemporary plays here are often the subject of Parisian buzz in the theatre community, as they always star Parisian celebrities, famous for their roles in cinema or on TV. Now playing at the Théâtre Edouard VII is ‘Real Life', a modern-day vaudeville starring three major French cinema stars, one of whom starred alongside Diane Kruger and Léa Seydoux in the 2012 award-winning film “Farewell My Queen”.

Bookings via Theatre in Paris Box Office

Théâtre Edouard VII
10 Place Edouard VII, 75009 Paris
September through January 2018
Discount code: TravelByAirFrance