Agenda from December 3 to December 9

Article published on Dec. 3, 2007
Article published on Dec. 3, 2007

what to do in Paris this week?

The last month of 2007 is starting… Czech Christmas Market! As usual, the Centre Tchèque organises its Christmas Market. Until 21st December at the Centre Tchèque, 18 rue Bonaparte, Paris 6(tube: Saint-Germain des Prés). For more information:


Les jeudis de la solidarité, l’Europe dans la lutte contre la pauvreté / Solidarity Thursdays, Europe fighting poverty, 6th December at 6.30pm

A conference about the plague that is poverty. How will Europe cope with it? How is it possible to conciliate social and ultra liberalism?

Organised by the Maison de l'Europe, in partnership with Solidarité Laïque, at the  Maison de l'Europe - 35, rue des Francs Bourgeois - 75004 Paris (Tube : Saint Paul)

Free entrance but it is necessary to book:

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David Ivar of Herman Düne and Dick Turner, 5th December at the Point Ephémère

David Ivar on his own, playing the guitar, for a unique concert! For the occasion, Dick Turner from New York will share the stage with him. Folk is in the air!

Le Point Ephémère, 200 quai de Valmy, Paris 10 (tube Jaurès)


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Todays Italian composers, meeting Jacopo Baboni Schilingi following by a concert, 5th December at 6.30pm

Jacopo Baboni Schilingi will present his book La musique hyper-systémique (Hyper-systematic Music), Mix editions, Paris, 2007.

This presentation will be followed by a concert played by the Ensemble de Musique Interactive de Montbéliard.

Where? Istituto Italiano di Cultura, 73, rue de Grenelle, Paris 7 (tube rue du Bac)

To book your ticket: 01 44 39 49 39

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Cristina Iglesias, Instituto Cervantes, until 20th December 2007

Exhibition on Cristina Iglesias, Spanish sculptor, at the Institut Cervantes. This artist likes to mix different materials such as iron, zinc, cristal, and even pictures with silkscreened images sometimes.

Where? Institut Cervantes, 7, rue Quentin Bauchart, Paris 8 (tuve George V)

Monday to Friday from 12 to 8pm.

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Tickets, by Ermanno Olmi, Ken Loach, Abbas Kiarostami

With: Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, Carlo Delle Piane, Silvana De Santis, etc...

Three directors, famous all over the world, got together to tell us three interlaced stories taking place on a train between Austria and Italie.

Don't miss it!

Sophie Janod