The stars of le Rex Behind the scenes of the big screen Take a look behind the scenes at the Mecca of the big screen in Paris, Le Rex. Listed as a historical monument, this mythical site allows you to step behind the screen and access areas previously reserved to the professionals: the projection room, equipment, sound effects studio, film sets, the magic of special effects, a meeting with a cartoon star.... all aboard for a fabulous voyage interactive and fun.
Etoiles du Rex
1 bd Poissoniere 75002 Paris
From Wednesday to Sunday
From 10 am to 7 pm 01 45 08 93 58 9.5 www.legrandrex.com
until the 02 / 08 / 2015
Mayan Societies Quai Branly Paris Mayans, a Time Without End
The Musée du Quai Branly has dedicated an exhibition to the Mayans, and this comes three years after the museum's exhibit about Mayans from Guatemala and will explore 28 groups of the indigenous peoples in order to reveal the Mayan legacy throughout the history of humanity. The wide-ranging exhibition is called 'Mayans, a Time Without End'. It demonstrates the various Mayan lifestyles and how these ways have influences many other civilizations throughout history. 400 indigenous masterpieces have been collected for the exhibit .
Retromobile Antique Cars and Motorcycles Show The Retromobile show boasts over three hundred exhibitors displaying a fabulous variety of old cars and motorcycle.
The fair is a 5-day presentation of vintage cars and prestigious collectibles from all over the world, and every year it draws a large, international crowd.
While Retromobile is the largest vintage automobile show in France, they have provided increasingly high profile space to a vintage motorcycle display.
Retromobile is both a fascinating trade fair and an great exhibition for the public.
place de la Porte de Versailles 75015 Paris
Metro: Porte de Versailles or Balard +33 1 43 95 37 00 From 13 en.retromobile.fr
pop rock jazz
from the 11 / 10 / 2015 to the 11 / 15 / 2015
U2 live in Paris U2 is back for a world tour entitled The Innocence Experience tour
Do not miss the U2 back in Paris. This tour follows the recent release of the group's last studio album, Song of Innocence, available for free on the band's official website, the album was also distributed by Apple to almost 500 million customers of the iTunes Music Store. To date, Song of Innocence was heard 81 million times and downloaded by 30 million fans around the world.