Your perfect Friday in Paris

March 13

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Theatre • Golem

Drawing on Jewish folklore's golem myth, London theatre company 1927's 'Golem' is an ebullient goth-pop musical as well as a fable on the dangers and perversities of 'smart' technology. In the play, the Golem...

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Théâtre des Abbesses Until Thursday June 4 2015

Restaurant • Hero

From the precocious team of restaurateurs behind Candelaria, Glass and Mary Celeste comes Hero: a boutique restaurant and bar serving Korean fried chicken or ‘yangnyeom’. Perched on the breezy corner of Rue Saint-Denis and Rue d’Aboukir...

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Exhibition • Markus Lüpertz

Critics' choice

He was one of the children born during WW2 who made up the 'Berlin School' of painting in France during the 1970s, which included Anselm Kiefer, Georg Baselitz, Sigmar Polke, A.R. Penck and Gerhard Richter – but bizarrely few people have heard of Markus Lüpertz...

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Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris Until Sunday July 19 2015

Park • Parc Nautique de l'Île de Monsieur

Critics' choice

When Paris’s parks overflow in summer, those in the know will head to this out-of-town Eden at Sèvres – a former island (on a tributary of the Seine which was blocked up in the 19th century) that’s now a 7.5ha ecological park, found just at the end of the metro line 9...

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West of the centre Free

Paris Beer Week

Paris, the world capital of culture, fashion and malodorous trains, is set to become the world capital of beer as well. From May 22 to 31, as part of the second edition of the Paris Beer Week...

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