Now you can enjoy French theatre with English surtitles. The language barrier has been cast aside thanks to this new service devised by the Theatre In Paris organisation, providing an opportunity for non-French speaking theatregoers to enjoy the vibrant Parisian live theatre scene to the fullest extent. For the launch of this welcome new initiative, Theatre In Paris made a most appropriate choice; Edmond Rostand’s cherished masterpiece of swashbuckling drama, heroism, humour and romance, Cyrano de Bergerac.
The Hotel Louvre Bons Enfants has some recommendations for you in the Parisian autumn: A White Night, a bargain hunter’s paradise and an interesting exhibition about the Liberation of Paris.
There’s some very exciting forthcoming events at Carrousel du Louvre. This underground shopping mall adjacent to the famous Louvre Museum has an excellent conference and exhibition centre that plays host to a wide range of shows.
Known as the heart of Paris and the city’s geographical centre, the Ile de la Cité is one of a pair of natural islands located in the Seine within the boundaries of the capital. Just a fifteen minute walk from the Hotel Louvre Bons Enfants, you can reach this historically significant island via the early 17th century Pont Neuf which, despite its name, is the oldest bridge still spanning the Seine.