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16/09: Trahisons : the complexity of human relations brought to light

This year, the Comédie-Française takes on Trahisons, a play by English author Harold Pinter, a Noble Prize in Literature laureate in 2005. In 1978, he drew his inspiration from a classic boulevard theatre theme: the husband, the wife, the lover.

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30/09: Hokusai: an overview of the Japanese genius' work

In parallel to the Niki de Saint-Phalle exhibition, the Grand Palais opens its doors to Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849). This Japanese artist has created a remarkable collection of several thousand prints, drawings, etc. over the course of his long existence. The event will be bring together 500 of them and will be accompanied by meetings, concerts and films.

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09/10: Tosca: an ode to Puccinian love

Tosca is one of the most emblematic operas in Puccini's repertoire alongside La Bohème and Madame Butterfly. Floria Tosca, an opera singer, has an affair with the painter Caravadossi. Their destiny takes a tragic turn when her lover takes a fugitive under his wing.

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22/10: FIAC: art without boundaries

The glass ceiling of the Grand Palais, erected in 1900, and its light effects are undeniable assets for showcasing artwork. Like every year, the International Contemporary Art Fair will thus take place in this historical and emblematic décor of the city of Paris.

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28/10: Salon du Chocolat: a major event for food lovers 

The first Salon du Chocolat was inaugurated in 1995. The encounter between professionals and the public around a common passion seeks to create and share moments of pleasure and discovery. Chocolate comes in every shape and form for this remarkable event.

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Discover the “Refoulons” hall

​Enghien-les-Bains likes to preserve its architectural heritage.

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Take a walk on the Jetée d’Enghien

Enghien-les-Bains is one of the busiest places in Île-de-France for Sunday walks.

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Attend the races at the Enghien Racecourse

The Enghien racecourse is mostly located in the town of Soisy-sous-Montmorency

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Visit Ecouen’s Museum of the Renaissance

More than a museum, the Château d'Écouen is a gem all by itself.

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​Visit the Jean-Jacques Rousseau Museum

Jean-Jacques Rousseau, a resident of Montmorency

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