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Have you been checking out Paris quartier d’été? There are many interesting concerts and spectacles, and tonight you have two French interpretations of the renowned English bard, William Shakespeare.
Tonight, Saturday, July 31 at 22:00 in Invalides, the Malandain Ballet Biarritz with Thierry Malandain is doing a unique interpretation of the timeless classic Romeo & Juliet. It’s the last night of the show in Paris, so it’s sure to be special.
Contemporary ballet master Thierry Malandain and his dancers give a new interpretation of the most famous of love stories. To the score of Berlioz’ oratorio, the eternal family feud and unhappy end begin anew, carved in the Invalides stone.
Please note: At the time of posting this the online reservations were closed. I talked with the management and they said there are still seats available, only you have to go to the box office to get them. Your best bet is to get there early. If you’re near Invalides we’d recommend going there this afternoon to reserve your seats. We apologize for the late notice!
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