This property, enjoying heavenly peace and stunning panoramic views, is situated in the rolling hills just above the village of Apricale.
A small private road lined with oleander shrubs leads directly to the property. Once through the entrance gate, the well maintained grounds and the driveway paved with natural stone, come into view. There are four off-street parking spaces on the grounds, two of which are covered-in.Read More
Monaco’s Musée des Souvenirs Napoléoniens will close its doors at the end of the year, with its contents set to be auctioned this November.
This considerable collection amounts to nearly 1,000 pieces that include many manuscripts, weapons, paintings, and sculptures. Other items of note include a black felt cocked hat, which was worn by the French ruler during his imprisonment on the island of Elba and which is valued at between €300,000 and €400,000Read More
When someone as illustrious as Gad Elmaleh invites you to perform with him, you have got to be good – very good, actually.
A year ago, Laurent Barat had a nice desk job at the Aéroport de Nice, a pleasant life, and a hobby – standup comedy. All of that changed though the night France’s Number One entertainer Gad Elmaleh came to one of Laurent’s shows, and what he saw, he liked so much that he whisked the young humourist off to tour with him.Read More
Just a few days in advance of Pink October, Cannes hosts the 10th edition of the Odysséa charity race, increasing awareness about breast cancer.
We all have lost a family member or a friend to cancer, so if you have no plans on the 21st of September, it should not be too hard to find the motivation to join thousands of other participants wearing pink, despite the early start on a Sunday morning!Read More
To kick off a new season as well as a new era at the Théâtre National de Nice, Ibsen’s Peer Gynt is getting an Extreme Makeover.
Irina Brook, the newly appointed Director at the Théâtre National de Nice, likes to think big and outside the box. Culture, the snooty way, is not her style. “Bringing people to the theatre, and theatre to the people”, is her philosophy. She is British, and influenced by a theatre culture that is inclusive rather than elitist.Read More