Message to spectators of The Nutcracker on Sunday 10th December at the Opéra Bastille

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Opening on sales November 29th at 12pm

Ouvertures du 29 novembre à 12h

Romeo and Juliette by Charles Gounod

The entire score seems to tremble with desire and freshness. Who better than Thomas Jolly, one of the most inventive directors of his generation, reputed for his audacious re‑readings of Shakespeare, to celebrate this hymn to youth?


Peeping Tom - invited company

Founded in 2000 by Gabriela Carrizo and Franck Chartier, Peeping Tom is a Belgian dance‑theatre company that deploys its actor‑dancers within worlds both fantastic and sombre in which extreme choreographic language, technical virtuosity and dramatic intensity meet.


Signes by Carolyn Carlson

A ballet that has since become a cult work in the Paris Opera repertoire, Signes embodies the links between painting, music and dance and extends them to the stage.


L'Histoire de Manon by Kenneth MacMillan

In Regency Paris, bourgeois society revels in luxury and easy pleasures. Carried away on this hedonistic whirlwind, Manon cannot resist temptation, bringing the faithful Des Grieux down with her in her fall.


Spectacle de l'École de Danse

Directed by Élisabeth Platel, the Paris Opera Ballet School celebrates this year Claude Bessy’s 90th birthday, and pays tribute to Rudolf Nureyev who died 30 years ago.


Soirée exceptionnelle en l’honneur de Claude Bessy

A great figure of dance all over the world, Claude Bessy was a Paris Opera "Danseuse Étoile" and the director of the Paris Opera School of Dance from 1973 to 2004.


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