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With the summer solstice, La Villette tunes into an Andalusian rhythm. The invitation goes out to celebrate flamenco culture, enjoy sunny recipes, drink and eat at the Sevillian village, dance rumba, and take up a masterclass. Exceptional evenings to experience duende under all its forms.
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Édouard Manet (1832-1883) and Edgar Degas (1834-1917) were both key players in the new painting of the 1860s-80s. This exhibition, which brings together the two painters in the light of their contrasts, forces us to take a new look at their real complicity.
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In this adaptation for the stage, Simon McBurney takes an eco-feminist detective novel by Polish author Olga Tokarczuk (winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature) and explores with humour and simplicity what connects living beings. On stage, the actor’s rhythmic teamwork complements the director’s innovative work on new technologies.
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The groundwater of eight regions in France is now refilled. Since the second fortnight of May, it has rained almost daily in France. Thanks to these important quantities of rainwater, the water supply of groundwater of eight french regions has been filled again .
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The Paradox Museum invests Paris doesn’t do things halfway ; indeed it is the biggest museum of mental trickery that has ever existed in the world. A new museum that joins up in the group of astonishing museums which offer amusing strange experiences
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The Opera Ballet presents three pieces,  created in the 70´s , that stand out thanks to their intense  choreography and their musicality. The Firebird, imagined for the danseurs of the Company, is an ode to youth to the sound of Stravinsky’s powerful score. Written for two male dancers, the Song of the Wandering Companion, is […]
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The exhibition Uchronia deals with our relationship to nature and technology in an alternative version of their history. What if life on earth had evolved differently ? What if animals were endowed with poetry ? Describing facts such as they could have taken place, a uchronia designates a fictitious reconstruction of history.
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Metamorphoses will open the way for you to an enchanting playful universe. Through a dialogue, somewhere in-between science and imaginary, the new temporary exhibition at the Cité des sciences et de l’industrie, adapted for younger visitors, explores the various aspects of metamorphosis and transformation.
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