Sunday, February 24, 2013 (5)

Feb 24, 2013
February 6, 2013
  • French artists at Agora Gallery

  • Feb 6, 2013 to Feb 27, 2013
  • Location: Chelsea
  • Description:

    I would like to let you know about an exciting exhibition coming to Agora Gallery, NYC, featuring the original work of four innovative and talented French artists, Christiane Monchalin, Krzis-Lorent FrédériqueK, Jade Rougerie and Silvana Di Martino. The exhibition is scheduled to run from February 7, 2013 through February 27, 2013.

    February is also Heart Month and to celebrate we’re doing something a little special. Some of the artists in this exhibition have created artwork especially for the occasion. The entire sales proceeds from the sales of these particular pieces of art will be donated to the Children’s Heart Foundation.

    Please join us for the opening reception on Thursday night, February 7, 2013 from 6-8 pm.

    The following links will take you to their full art display:

    Christiane Monchalin -

    Krzis-Lorent FrédériqueK -

    Silvana Di Martino -

  • Created by: Lee Eagle
February 19, 2013
  • Les Petits Chapelais moving Sale

  • Feb 19, 2013 to Feb 25, 2013
  • Location: LPC boutique at 86 Thompson St
  • Description:

      Last days at 86 Thompson Street...
    20% adding on shoes sales
    50% off many toys & accessories
    241.jpgBallet shoes were $177 now all $69
    Mary Jane were $132 now $49 )

    245.jpgFaux fur winter boot were $302 now 109 or 129 
     243.jpg 10is were $147 are now $55  Spring court rabbit fur were 
    EyeSpy baby cashemire and Oeuf baby alpaga marked down up to 50% 
    Bensimon sneakers $20 or 2 for $30, Kickers $29, Aigle boots $34, Springcourt $34 
    Pom d'Api Summer 2012 sandales 70% off  ETC...

    all sales are finals
    no store credit towards sales
    major credit cards accepted & cash on baskets under $15
     sizes range from new born to 12 years old, boys and girls
    12 to 7pm Monday to Saturday
     12 to 6pm on Sunday 
    Les Petits Chapelais
    86 Thompson St  between Spring and Prince streets
    New York, New York 10012
    phone: (212) 625 1023


    train 1 to Houston Street
    train C, E to Spring Street, A to Canal Street
    train D & B to Lafayette Street
    train 6 to Spring Street
    train Q & R to Prince street
  • Created by: dominique simonneaux
February 24, 2013
  • Theatre play in French with English surtitles

  • Feb 24, 2013 to Mar 25, 2013
  • Location: New York State
  • Description:

    To whom it may concern,

    Our brilliant theatre production, GODOT ACTE 3 just closed at the Glicker-Milstein Theatre, Barnard College in New York, on February 16th. As its title suggests, it is a thought-provoking continuation of Samuel Beckett's masterwork /Waiting for Godot/, written by contemporary Swiss playwright and scholar Sylviane Dupuis. It is directed by Noemie NDiaye (PhD candidate in theatre at Columbia University), and translated and produced by Pascale Crépon (Lecturer in the Department of French at Columbia University).

    This production was a critical success, and, since the show is ready and fully produced, we are now looking for cultural institutions and venues that would be interested in celebrating the 60th anniversary of the creation of /En attendant Godot/ (1953-2013) by inviting us to perform our homage. We are a non-profit group, which means that we would perform for free, as long as we don't have to pay for the rental of theatre. The performance runs in French (with

  • Created by: Pascale Crepon
  • Eddie Izzard - tout en Francais

  • Feb 24, 2013 from 3:00pm to 4:30pm
  • Location: Culture Project
  • Description:

    "Renversant de drôlerie. A proprement parlé, génial." Antoine DE CAUNES

    Eddie IZZARD est le maître du Stand-up qui excelle au Royaume-Uni et aux Etats-Unis. Partout où il passe, il joue à guichet fermé et la presse est unanime. Eddie IZZARD nous raconte « l'histoire de l'humanité avec un grand H - de l'homme des cavernes à l'homme moderne,  avec quelques omissions »...  Nous dit-il ... ! Avec son univers élégant, sexy et absurde il passe de l'origine du langage à Wikipédia, du banjo aux hélicoptères, de Mr Dupont ou Durand à l'existence possible de Dieu, de la création du monde à... la banane.   Fortement influencé par les MONTY PYTHON, qui l'ont adoubé publiquement, Eddie IZZARD est maitre dans l'art de passer d'un sujet à un autre par des transitions imprévisibles et géniales. Avec plus de 70 représentations à Paris en 2011, son passage en France, brillant et rare,  a été un franc succès. Cette année, il revient pour une date exceptionnelle à l'Olympia le 13 Mars, Ne ratez pas la per

  • Created by: Natalie Portelli