The mysteries of life’s final moment explored: Cold Blood at the Théâtre de Carouge in English for one performance only on 26 January. Photo: ©JulienLambert.
Last summer I posted about how the Théâtre de Carouge reaches out to Geneva’s international, multilingual audience with innovative new techniques and imaginative special events.
Now it’s taking that effort one step further with a special performance entirely in English of a mesmerizing new production that promises to be unlike anything seen in the City of Calvin before — Cold Blood. Read More
LL Swiss Design inhabits a beautifully renovated property in an historic building on trendy Rue des Étuves at No. 17.
One reason I enjoy going to events like the recent Swiss Fashion Point is to discover the work of up-and-coming Swiss designers, but equally it’s to reconnect with my favourite and already established fashion brands to find out what they’ve been getting up to. Read More
The “kingdom” welcomed gourmands for the first time in Geneva on 20th September.
Don’t you love turning the corner on a tried-and-true path only to lock eyes on something refreshingly new and unexpected. Happened to me last week as I zigzagged through town and came upon the bright and cheery shopfront window of Royaume Melazic (the Kingdom of Melazic). Read More
The Act-Art 2017 Open House gives us access to the ateliers of more than 140 artists, including clockwise from top: Aline Morvan, Centre genevois de gravure-contemporaine, Ursina Ramondetto, Xavier Cardinaux, Jacqueline Perrodin, Isabelle Racine, and centre, Annick Berclaz.
It sometimes seems to me that Geneva has more artists per square inch than any other city of comparable size. An event this coming Saturday and Sunday, 14-15 October, only fuels that impression. Read More
Some of the 35 best young Swiss designers participating at Swiss Fashion Point 2017 include (clockwise from top left to right): Aéthérée, Baies d’Erelle, The KnitGeekProject, BAABUK, 2xC BIJOUX, alek.
Switzerland — renowned for holding on to its traditions and supposedly being slow to change — breaks with that moldy generalization at the very least when it comes to its up-and-coming young fashion designers.
Proof of this will be as crystal clear as a fresh Alpine stream at the 4th Swiss Fashion Point 2017, starting tomorrow the 28 September and continuing through the 1 October at the Pavillon Sicli in the Acacias suburb of Geneva. Read More
The Théâtre de Carouge has multilingual audiences in its sights, offering dedicated English showings, and French productions with French surtitles projected above the stage, and English or French subtitles on handheld tablets. Photo courtesy of the Théâtre de Carouge.
Since the late 1950s, the Théâtre de Carouge has played a rich and vital role in Geneva’s cultural and social life by offering locally and internationally produced theatre productions of the highest calibre, in French, to loyal local audiences, the composition of which has changed dramatically over the decades.
Today the city is home to a multitude of citizens and visitors from a broad swathe of origins, backgrounds, tastes and most significantly for a theatre company, languages. Read More
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