Arts & Culture

02.11.2005 0

New art gallery opens in Nice

A modern contemporary art gallery opens tomorrow in Nice near the "Palais de la Méditerranée." For its inaugural exhibition, the brand new "Galerie d'Art Moderne et Contemporain Sandrine Mons" will show the work of the Belgian painter, Pierre Alechinsky for one month.

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26.10.2005 0

RADA performance in Mougins

Hillarity ensues at three consecutive Christmas parties  in this RADA production

Dramatic group performs "Absurd Person Singular" for three nights only

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20.10.2005 0

Jazz spectacular in Golfe-Juan

Heading the line-up for the jazz spectacular is the Riviera-based  Martinique Jazz Band, all of whom are Honorary citizens  of New Orleans

Riviera musicians unite to raise funds for New Orleans

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18.10.2005 0

Antipodean Cinema Festival

An eclectic presentation of the Southern hemisphere

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14.10.2005 0

Seventh edition of Mediterranean Photography Festival

There is a still a week to catch one of the region's best photography events.

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06.10.2005 0

Book Festival in Mouans-Sartoux

“Festival du Livre” brings together poets, writers and philosophers

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21.09.2005 0

Night of the Galleries

Event takes visitors on a tour of 15 galleries in Nice

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20.09.2005 0

Brazilian Photography month

Nice celebrates Brazil in pictures

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20.09.2005 0

Marsatac music

Electronic music festival this week in Marseille

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19.09.2005 0

Show in Sophia-Antipolis

"Journée des clubs" returns with spectacle at Théâtre de Valbonne

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Local Top Stories

Goverment to experiment with lower speed limits

400 motorcyclists have demonstrated in Nice to protest against the government’s proposal to reduce the speed limit on some roads to 80 kilometres per hour. It follows a concerted effort in the Var to increase road safety as the number of road deaths double. Read more …

Wawrinka wins Monte Carlo Masters

Swiss tennis player Stanislas Wawrinka won his first Monte Carlo Rolex Masters title on the weekend, beating former world #1 Roger Federer. For the first time in nearly a decade, the final did not feature Rafael Nadal as the Spaniard was beaten in the quarterfinals.Read more …

Nice 2nd top choice for gay marriage

Following the French capital, Nice is proving to be the second most popular city for gay couples to tie the knot in France. Almost one year after same-sex marriage was legalised in the country, almost 13% of all ceremonies in Nice are between homosexual couples. Read more …