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Welcome to the March 2018 issue of "What’s up in Paris" magazine. This monthly magazine is packed with information about things to experience, see, hear and do in Paris!
So stay with us and discover a selection of not-to-be-missed attractions for March 2018 thanks to "What’s up in Paris".

Experience:
Are you looking for a lungful of fresh air and fun in the forest? The outdoor sports show "Destinations Nature" is being held at the Porte de Versailles from 15-18 March 2018. Nature lovers will have a chance to discover the latest trends and new products for hiking and rambling, and also to pick up a few new ideas for places to visit around the world. This show will be organised into five "villages": the Eco-Trail, Organic and natural products, Mountain, Sustainable tourism and Nature-themed tour operators’ villages.
More information: www.destination-nature.com
If you’d rather ‘shop till you drop’, then don't miss the Fashion Flea Market on 31 March 2018 at the Carreau du Temple. It’s France's largest event of this kind, and it seems like the whole country clears out its dressing tables and wardrobes for the occasion. Big-name bargains are waiting to be discovered by shopaholics, including those from the Maje, Ba&sh, Chanel or Chloé brands, but also delightful items by young designers. A number of attractions and beauty & wellness stands make the day all the more interesting. Features include the Nail & beauty bar, tasting sessions, tattoos, photocall and DJ set.
On Monday 19 March, cheese takes pride of place at the Intercontinental hotel. During this Cheese Day, you can discover French and international cheeses as well as the great wines and spirits which go best with them. This year, the event will be showcasing the products of Fromages de Gambetta, and especially their fig and walnut brie and their Brillat-Savarin with candied pears and candied clementines. A number of well-known wine waiters will also be in attendance including the world's best wine waiter, Philippe Faure-Brac.
Reserve using the event’s ticket sales service

See:
Between 7 March and 1 July 2018, the Musée du Luxembourg will be commemorating the birth of the genius Tintoretto. With 100 works, the exhibition will be exploring the different stages in the first 15 years of this Venetian painter’s career, including: getting started, getting noticed, observing sculpture, painting women, decorating rooms and sharing a studio! For this exhibition, the museum will be unveiling paintings dating from the early years of this painter from the Venetian Renaissance, from the oldest work we have by him, the Adoration of the Magi from the Prado, which he painted when he was only twenty, to the major orders he worked on in the early 1550s, which helped build his reputation. Among other things, the exhibition reveals the strategy used by Tintoretto to get himself known and to attract a cultivated and influential clientele with another artist by the name of Giovanni Galizzi.
Further information: www.museeduluxembourg.fr
Would you like to learn more about the "Mondes Tsiganes" (the world of gypsies)? The Musée National de l'Histoire de l'Immigration (immigration history museum) is running an excellent exhibition on this subject, beginning on 13 March. These nomads became known as Roma, Gypsies or sometimes Kale. In two stages, the exhibition presents the daily life and philosophy of these peoples through a collection of more than 800 photographs. Don't miss the photos by Mathieu Pernot, who, in his series "Les Gorgan", describes his life with a gypsy family originating from Arles, having followed them for 20 years. An exciting exhibition offering a whole new perspective on the subject!
Further information: www.histoire-immigration.fr
If you are captivated by all the charm of Asia, you should definitely head for the Cernuschi Museum! From 9 March to 26 August, a marvellous exhibition entitled "Parfums de Chine" (scents of China) provides an opportunity to explore the history of China through its smells, from the third century BC to the 19th century. More than 130 artistic and archaeological items have been gathered together for the occasion, covering more than 20 centuries of traditions. The incense used for thousands of years during religious rituals and also to add a touch of fragrance to home interiors and to create special atmospheres takes centre stage at this exhibition. Useful information: for the occasion, the museum has benefited from the assistance of Dior Parfums and from exclusive creations by its artistic director François Demachy. Don't miss them!

Hear:
On March 2, the Radio France Philharmonic Orchestra is organising a concert to raise money for Unicef. The event programme includes Sergei Rachmaninov’s piano concerto no.2 and the Symphony in D minor by César Franck, conducted by the conductor Mikko Franck.
Hold on tight, because from 8 to 28 March the girls are here with "Les Femmes s’en mêlent" in Paris. For this 21st event, this women’s indie music festival will be welcoming The Pack A.D, Dream Wife or the Despentes + Zëro project. The festival spans two evenings and two nights on Friday 16 and Saturday 17 March at La Machine Du Moulin Rouge and is also held in other French towns (until 5 April 2018).
To reserve, please visit the website www.mcjp.
Emir Kusturica & The No Smoking Orchestra will be in concert at the Casino de Paris on 27 March. The famous Serbian film-maker, actor and musician is back with a new opus after a decade away from the studios, accompanied by his group from Belgrade. Known as "Unza unza", their music is a mixture of country rhythms, Turkish marches, Italian classical music, Gypsy and South American trumpets, techno-pop loops, accordion music, punk-based Balkan and traditional gypsy sounds.

Do:
La Villette is celebrating its 35th anniversary. For the occasion, guided tours, a colloquium on architecture, the bal moderne and a wealth of activities for kids await you on Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 March 2018. With free admission, this weekend also includes the inauguration of the Jardin Nourricier, an experimental area embracing state-of-the-art technologies related to edible plant products.
Further information: www.lavillette.com
Get ready to dance to some catchy Celtic tunes from 10 to 18 March! Saint Patrick’s Day takes pride of place at the Centre Culturel Irlandais (Irish cultural centre). Several concerts are planned with the Atlas duo, Moxie and also the amazing accordionist Sharon Shannon. Where activities are concerned, pop along and see Tom Campbell in his studio to make 50 papier-mâché dogs, which will then be ‘released’ into the Centre’s courtyard on Saint Patrick’s evening. The kids can enjoy an afternoon of music with magic and make-up, on the 17. And the dress code? Green of course!
For the film buffs among you, the 19th Printemps du Cinéma (Springtime Cinema Festival) will be held from 18 to 20 March. With cinema admissions priced at 4 euros, this is the perfect opportunity to discover some of the latest top-billing films including Ghostland by Pascal Laugier, Tout le monde debout by Franck Dubosc, Madame Mills, une voisine si parfaite by Sophie Marceau and also La Ch'tite famille by Dany Boon.

Thank you for following us. We’ll be back next month!


Video content: Welcome to the March 2018 issue of "What’s up in Paris" magazine. This monthly magazine is packed with information about things to experience, see, hear and do in Paris!
So stay with us and discover a selection of not-to-be-missed attractions for March 2018 thanks to "What’s up in Paris".

Experience:
Are you looking for a lungful of fresh air and fun in the forest? The outdoor sports show "Destinations Nature" is being held at the Porte de Versailles from 15-18 March 2018. Nature lovers will have a chance to discover the latest trends and new products for hiking and rambling, and also to pick up a few new ideas for places to visit around the world. This show will be organised into five "villages": the Eco-Trail, Organic and natural products, Mountain, Sustainable tourism and Nature-themed tour operators’ villages.
More information: www.destination-nature.com
If you’d rather ‘shop till you drop’, then don't miss the Fashion Flea Market on 31 March 2018 at the Carreau du Temple. It’s France's largest event of this kind, and it seems like the whole country clears out its dressing tables and wardrobes for the occasion. Big-name bargains are waiting to be discovered by shopaholics, including those from the Maje, Ba&sh, Chanel or Chloé brands, but also delightful items by young designers. A number of attractions and beauty & wellness stands make the day all the more interesting. Features include the Nail & beauty bar, tasting sessions, tattoos, photocall and DJ set.
On Monday 19 March, cheese takes pride of place at the Intercontinental hotel. During this Cheese Day, you can discover French and international cheeses as well as the great wines and spirits which go best with them. This year, the event will be showcasing the products of Fromages de Gambetta, and especially their fig and walnut brie and their Brillat-Savarin with candied pears and candied clementines. A number of well-known wine waiters will also be in attendance including the world's best wine waiter, Philippe Faure-Brac.
Reserve using the event’s ticket sales service
See:
Between 7 March and 1 July 2018, the Musée du Luxembourg will be commemorating the birth of the genius Tintoretto. With 100 works, the exhibition will be exploring the different stages in the first 15 years of this Venetian painter’s career, including: getting started, getting noticed, observing sculpture, painting women, decorating rooms and sharing a studio! For this exhibition, the museum will be unveiling paintings dating from the early years of this painter from the Venetian Renaissance, from the oldest work we have by him, the Adoration of the Magi from the Prado, which he painted when he was only twenty, to the major orders he worked on in the early 1550s, which helped build his reputation. Among other things, the exhibition reveals the strategy used by Tintoretto to get himself known and to attract a cultivated and influential clientele with another artist by the name of Giovanni Galizzi.
Further information: www.museeduluxembourg.fr
Would you like to learn more about the "Mondes Tsiganes" (the world of gypsies)? The Musée National de l'Histoire de l'Immigration (immigration history museum) is running an excellent exhibition on this subject, beginning on 13 March. These nomads became known as Roma, Gypsies or sometimes Kale. In two stages, the exhibition presents the daily life and philosophy of these peoples through a collection of more than 800 photographs. Don't miss the photos by Mathieu Pernot, who, in his series "Les Gorgan", describes his life with a gypsy family originating from Arles, having followed them for 20 years. An exciting exhibition offering a whole new perspective on the subject!
Further information: www.histoire-immigration.fr
If you are captivated by all the charm of Asia, you should definitely head for the Cernuschi Museum! From 9 March to 26 August, a marvellous exhibition entitled "Parfums de Chine" (scents of China) provides an opportunity to explore the history of China through its smells, from the third century BC to the 19th century. More than 130 artistic and archaeological items have been gathered together for the occasion, covering more than 20 centuries of traditions. The incense used for thousands of years during religious rituals and also to add a touch of fragrance to home interiors and to create special atmospheres takes centre stage at this exhibition.
Useful information: for the occasion, the museum has benefited from the assistance of Dior Parfums and from exclusive creations by its artistic director François Demachy. Don't miss them!
Hear:
On March 2, the Radio France Philharmonic Orchestra is organising a concert to raise money for Unicef. The event programme includes Sergei Rachmaninov’s piano concerto no.2 and the Symphony in D minor by César Franck, conducted by the conductor Mikko Franck.
Hold on tight, because from 8 to 28 March the girls are here with "Les Femmes s’en mêlent" in Paris. For this 21st event, this women’s indie music festival will be welcoming The Pack A.D, Dream Wife or the Despentes + Zëro project. The festival spans two evenings and two nights on Friday 16 and Saturday 17 March at La Machine Du Moulin Rouge and is also held in other French towns (until 5 April 2018).
To reserve, please visit the website www.mcjp.
Emir Kusturica & The No Smoking Orchestra will be in concert at the Casino de Paris on 27 March. The famous Serbian film-maker, actor and musician is back with a new opus after a decade away from the studios, accompanied by his group from Belgrade. Known as "Unza unza", their music is a mixture of country rhythms, Turkish marches, Italian classical music, Gypsy and South American trumpets, techno-pop loops, accordion music, punk-based Balkan and traditional gypsy sounds.
Do:
La Villette is celebrating its 35th anniversary. For the occasion, guided tours, a colloquium on architecture, the bal moderne and a wealth of activities for kids await you on Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 March 2018. With free admission, this weekend also includes the inauguration of the Jardin Nourricier, an experimental area embracing state-of-the-art technologies related to edible plant products.
Further information: www.lavillette.com
Get ready to dance to some catchy Celtic tunes from 10 to 18 March! Saint Patrick’s Day takes pride of place at the Centre Culturel Irlandais (Irish cultural centre).
Several concerts are planned with the Atlas duo, Moxie and also the amazing accordionist Sharon Shannon. Where activities are concerned, pop along and see Tom Campbell in his studio to make 50 papier-mâché dogs, which will then be ‘released’ into the Centre’s courtyard on Saint Patrick’s evening. The kids can enjoy an afternoon of music with magic and make-up, on the 17. And the dress code? Green of course!
For the film buffs among you, the 19th Printemps du Cinéma (Springtime Cinema Festival) will be held from 18 to 20 March. With cinema admissions priced at 4 euros, this is the perfect opportunity to discover some of the latest top-billing films including Ghostland by Pascal Laugier, Tout le monde debout by Franck Dubosc, Madame Mills, une voisine si parfaite by Sophie Marceau and also La Ch'tite famille by Dany Boon.
Thank you for following us. We’ll be back next month!

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