Suddenly Spring.

IMG_8158Plays in English & French – Come to the theatre 

6th June – 11th June.  “Much Ado About Nothing” by W. Shakespeare.  In English.   At the Jardin Shakespeare, Pré Catelan, Bois de Boulogne.  How do get there  link

Tickets http://www.billetreduc.com/183711/evt.htm

14th June @21h  “Coups de Feu rue Saint-Roch”.  In French  At the Funabule Montmartre 75018.  With Nicolas.  

Tickets http://www.billetreduc.com/179343/evt.htm

DSC06386Theatre classes and Workshops in English. Pré-inscription  06 37 66 27 98  wordsaliveo@gmail.com  www.wordsaliveo.info Summer sessions Saturdays 10, 17, 24 June @17h-19h. For Intermediate +Up.

Pré-inscription obligatoire   Pre-registration required.  Call 06 37 66 27 98.  Or send an email to wordsaliveo@gmail.com

 

Centre Culturel Irlandais presents an eclectic agenda of summer events. Check out the agenda here  link 

Special highlights at Centre Culturel Irlandais

16th June @19h30 “Bloom” Celebrate Bloomsday. link  Sean Walsh’s 2003 film Bloom. An enthralling story based on the novel Ulysses by James Joyce, set on 16 June 1904, it opens a gateway into the consciousness of its three main characters: Stephen Dedalus, Molly Bloom and the extraordinary Leopold Bloom.

21st June Music Festival 18h-22h – Open Air Event link

29th & 30th June @19h30 “Charolais”  Play in English.  Tickets https://www.yesgolive.com/centre-culturel-irlandais/charolais

Discover this universe of poetry right in the heart of Paris. Maison de la Poésie Passage Molière 157 rue St. Martin 75003

Paris Summer Festival   Paris Quartier d’Ete. 

Literary Events

Mondays >20h Spoken Word Open Mic Every Monday Au Chat Noir, 76 rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud 75011. Métro Parmentier/Couronnes. Sign up 8pm to 9.30pm in the bar.  A night of Spoken Word.  In English & Other Languages. 

Thursdays >20heure “ish” Paris Lit Up Open Mic Culture Rapide  103 Rue Julien Lacroix, 75020. A night of Spoken Word – Poetry, Comedy, In English & Other Languages.  Join in or be part of the intimate audience and enjoy.

 

 

fishingFishing for Books in English?  Here’s a Map  of books shops in Paris.  They’re special places, each has its own soul and music. Follow your footsteps and meander through their secrets, tales, and eclectic selections of books.  Meet the book sellers who will graciously welcome you into their universe and help you find what you’re seeking & lead you to discover more…  Click on name to go to websites.  

San Francisco Book Shop 17 rue M. Le Prince 75006 *** 

Berkeley Books of Paris 8 rue Casimir Delavigne 75006   ***   

The Abbey Bookshop  29, rue de la Parcheminerie 75005 ***  

Shakespeare & Co  37 rue de la Bûcherie 75005 ***    

WH Smith  248 rue de Rivoli 75001 ***  

Brentano’s  37 ave de l’Opéra 75001 *** 

 

Paris Lit Up Magazine n°3 (2015)

ORDER NOW: http://press.parislitup.com/paris-lit-up-magazine-n3-2015

Paris’ premier literary revue is back with our third issue.  200 full-color glossy pages filled with poetry, short stories, artwork and photography from the best names in contemporary art and literature, look no further for the finest independent, non-profit publication coming out of the City of Light today. 

 

IMG_8012seagullFood & Drink

Irish Pub-Restaurant.  Corcoran’s Sacre-Coeur. 9-11 rue Foyatier 75018.  link

Irish Pub-Restaurant The Green Goose  19, rue des Boulets 75011 Review

Scottish Pub The Highlander 8, rue Nevers 75006 Paris Great Craic. 

Innovative.  BOCO Café Resto   3, rue Danielle Casanova 75001 Paris

Korean Soeul Opéra 5, rue Danielle Casanova 75001 Paris

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 Hope, Light, Peace.  

Words Alive O

06 37 66 27 98  /  01 77 15 71 90  /

wordsaliveo@gmail.com  Join Us on MeetUp

www.wordsaliveo.com     Inviting you to discover the cultural and artistic events of anglophone Paris and beyond.

www.wordsaliveo.info     For information on theatre classes and workshops in English.  

 

 
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