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What to do in Paris this weekend

Get the most out of this Friday, Saturday and Sunday in Paris with our guide to what to do this weekend, September 23-25 2016

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Late nights, long lie-ins and lazy brunches oblige, our guide to what to do in Paris each weekend offers you the absolute crème de la crème of the city, as selected by our local editors.

Because weekends should be enjoyed at leisure, we’ve chosen just one unmissable thing for each lovely day off (Friday night included). So if there’s a red hot performance, buzzy boutique opening or fabulous festival going down, you’ll be the first in line.

Want to know what to do in Paris during the week? Click here.

Le Sanz

Formerly known as Sanz By Bizz’art, this trendy bar/ restaurant/ club in Bastille has undergone a massive makeover: new menu, new décor, a new chef, a new name – new everything. Day or night, newly-Christened Le Sanz is full of life. From carefully prepared, simple food to their immensely popular nights out with live music (expect an eclectic mix of Brazilian musicians, jazz and soul artists) and DJ sets, the place keeps people coming from lunchtime right into the wee hours...

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Bastille
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Un poyo rojo

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Something extraordinary is happening at the Théâtre du Rond-Point on the Champs-Élysées from September 13-October 7 2016. Argentinian acrobatic troupe Un Poyo Rojo are bringing their electrifying show to the Parisian stage with a masterful blend of dance, acrobatics, mime and even Afro-Brazilian martial art, all set to loud and lively Latin music. From impressive fight scenes to a very amusing reenactment of the various stages of seduction, this will be an explosive performance...

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Théâtre du Rond Point , Champs Élysées and western Paris Tuesday September 27 2016 - Saturday October 8 2016
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Mint & Lilies

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“We imagined our boutique like a kind of holiday cottage - somewhere you’ll always love ending up in,” Mélanie Barré-Bertin tells us. Former HR manager, she is now joint head and founder, with business partner Nathalie Guettier, of Mint & Lilies, a boutique with a range of gorgeous crockery, plants, stationery and ready-to-wear women’s clothing. The pair found a spot in the lively rue Daguerre and dreamt up a friendly business where their advice and welcome would be just as important as the treasures on display...

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14th arrondissement
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