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Your perfect Saturday in Paris

March 14

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Christmas markets • Marché de Noël Japonais

From December 2-5 2015, all 300 square metres of the Espace Cinko in the 2nd arrondissement will be given over to a meticulously curated Japanese Christmas market, with a whole host of specialist designers, artists, ceramicists and pâtissiers flogging their elegant handmade wares. Some of the most attractive items on sale this year include animal and snowman-shaped macaroons from Pâtisseire Mayu, highly original accessories from Ayumi Okazaki and Maison Nozaky’s elegant silk ‘knot jewellery’...

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Espace Cinko Until Saturday December 5 2015

Art • Splendeurs et misères

This exhibit from the Musée d’Orsay, organised in conjunction with the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, offers the first ever in-depth look into the topic of prostitution in art. Covering artists from both France and beyond, 'Splendour and Misery' looks to show how diversely artists have depicted the people and places involved in prostitution, plus how socially and culturally important they actually are...

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Musée d'Orsay , St Germain des Prés Until Tuesday January 12 2016

Music • Courtney Barnett

Young Australian Barnett is one of the biggest songwriting talents around at the moment, crafting sharp, witty lyrics that tease out the hidden significances in everyday life. She and her powerful band pair those words with circling psych-rock melodies and touching, downbeat indie-pop, and play tonight from her excellent debut album ‘Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit’...

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La Gaîté Lyrique , 3rd arrondissement Saturday December 5 2015

Film • Mia Madre

There’s never a good time to lose a parent, but Nanni Moretti has transformed the toxic experience of shooting ‘We Have a Pope’ during his mum’s terminal illness into this potent serio-comic examination of facing up to the inevitable. Margherita Buy excels as the noted socially-conscious filmmaker having a nightmare on her latest production with a clearly unhinged American lead (John Turturro, in full-on batshit mode)...

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Clubbing • Julio Bashmore

Enigmatic, Bristolian DJ and producer Julio Bashmore plays a rare Paris date. Bashmore is a master at channelling the spirit of Chicago house and giving it a wonky makeover with his own punchy beats, so don’t expect anyone at this show to be standing still for too long as he drops cuts from his eclectic and brilliant debut album ‘Knockin’ Boots’...

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Showcase , Champs Élysées and western Paris Saturday December 5 2015



hello, in Paris it is somethingnice to see all the visiting areas and going around in the night is so much better. it si clear that to be a person interested in life itself to enable the person to have caracter in living with the Paris surroundings.