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Institut National du Judo houses the headquarters of Fédération Française de Judo et Disciplines Associees (FFJDA) and is a premier training center for judo as a sport. It was built in 2006 and comprises a state-of-the-art sports hall which hosts numerous national and international competition of judo and jujitsu. Besides the sports event, the space is also used for hosting concerts and other cultural events throughout the year. Call or visit the federation website to know more.
This cinema has a couple screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website.
This German foundation in France was constructed in 1956 in the heart of the Cité Internationale Universitaire. It was established to foster internatational exchange and act as a center of Franco-Germanic culture. In addition, it provides students and German researchers with an ideal location for study and lodging. The center sponsors various cultural activities, debates, conferences, and expositions in many fields including science, art, literature, film, and music.
The Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris (CIUP) is a private foundation and park that, in addition to hosting many community and public events, also houses several hundred international scholars studying in the Paris area. The campus is set apart by its many residences (originally organized by nationality) designed by innovative architects by the likes of Le Corbusier, Claude Parent and Willem Marinus Dudok.
This grand event hall is perfect for galas, balls, receptions and other elegant affairs. The decor spares no detail of absolute luxury, featuring glimmering chandeliers, marble fireplaces, and Versailles parquet wood floors. Salon Honnorat offers 400 square meters (988 square feet) with seven-meter (23-feet) tall ceilings, impressive audio-visual capabilities, and six grandiose windows.
This acclaimed theater is situated in the heart of the Cité Internationale in the 14th arrondissement of Paris. Théâtre de la Cité Internationale was constructed in 1936 as a gift of John Rockefeller Jr. It has a history of acclaimed first-rate productions, with emphasis placed upon international dramas.
If some fun time is what you are looking at, you simply cannot go wrong with a booking at Magique, no matter what your taste. This multi purpose entertainment venue, hosts different types of musical concerts, events and other live shows staged by the likes of Emillie Marsh, Marc Havet and Jann Halexander. If performing arts is not your exact idea of fun, you can head straight to the bar and the dining area, to george up the scrumptious delights. The tiny dance floor, is perped up with jazzy lights and smart tunes to keep you swirling. All in all, Magique is your ticket to a rocking night out. Browse through the website for the schedule of the events taking place there.
A veritable "cité-ciné" (cinema city) from before the advent of the multiplexes using that name. The Entrepôt (Warehouse) boasts three theaters featuring mainly recent art films, as well as a restaurant and café, a bar, and a film-oriented bookstore. Shows run from 11a-10.30p daily.
Aptly named, the ‘Utopia Cafe Concert’ is truly an ideal venue for music lovers. This charming little eatery-cum-music-venue plays host to several artists from all over the country on a regular basis. The Utopia also organizes private concerts, the attendance of which is only allowed for members of the DLC association. See the website for more information.
This cultural center is situated in Paris' 13th arrondissement. It showcases a variety of artistic endeavors all stemming from the Indian Subcontinent. Events range from folk dances to concerts and artistic exhibitions.
The bases of the artistic project at Théâtre 71 are a strong belief in the importance of theatrical creation in a constantly changing world, and considering the theater as a space for exchange and discussion that is essential to exploring the question of what the human community will become. Performances are shown nearly every night Wednesday through Sunday, ranging from theater and marionettes through concerts, dance, and opera to juggling and productions for children. The Cinéma Marcel Pagnol shows selected films and organizes related events, and a bar and bookshop welcomes audiences for a drink, a snack, and even public readings or lectures.
For the study and training to be an actor, Le Magasin offers morning, evening, and special young adult classes in their threefold space. A projection room, rehearsal room, and event venue make up the space for workshops, classes, performances, and creation. The theater company Vagabond produces a range of shows in this space, often based on world literature.