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Infierno

25 May10 Jul 2005. Slovenian director Tomaz Pandur brings his vision of Dantes Inferno the first part of the Divina Comedia trilogy to the Spanish stage. In this breathtaking production that has wow...
Paris What's on

Paris Cinma 2005 (3rd edition)

29 June- 12 July 2005. Parisians love their cinema, and the city has one of the highest densities of movie theatres in the world. Over 20 of these venues (Forum des images, Le Grand Rex, UGC Cin-Cit B...
Paris What's on

Man and his Masks (Works of art from the Barbier-Mueller collection)

23 May28 August 2005. Sacred or profane, masks and the stories behind them can be fascinating. Some sixty masks from the exceptional Barbier-Mueller collection in Geneva are on show at the Muse Jacque...
Paris What's on

AFRICA REMIX Contemporary Art of a Continent

25 May8 August 2005. For the first time, contemporary art from all over African is assembled in one exhibition at the Centre Pompidou. Through works by more than 80 artists, Africa Remix reveals the m...
Madrid What's on

Caneja

10 May28 Aug 2005. In this major retrospective, the Reina Sofa Arts Centre pays homage to painter Juan Manuel Daz Caneja, a key name in Spanish art for much of the 20th century. Daz Caneja captured th...
Dublin What's on

Diversions 2005.

1 June-31 August 2005. Now in its seventh year, Diversions is a free, outdoor festival of films, visual arts, live shows, family fun and markets. Held around Meeting House Square, the heart of Dublin'...
Paris What's on

Chaplin in pictures (The world through a comedian's eyes)

7 June-18 Sept 2005. Charlie Chaplins films have accompanied us since our youth and have made him one of the 20th centurys best-loved characters. Le Jeu de Paume presents an exhibition of photos, vide...
Vienna What's on

Nordic Dawn. Modernism's Awakening in Finland 1890-1920

15 June-2 October 2005. This exhibition is a unique opportunity to see 100 masterpieces of Finnish painting, a less well known branch of European art, from the early part of the twentieth century. Wit...
Vienna What's on

Schoenbrunn Palace Concerts.

1 April-31 October 2005. The Orangery Schoenbrunn continues its season of concerts by the Schoenbrunn Palace Orchestra, singers and dancers. Keeping with local tradition, the concerts feature the most...

Lesbian & Gay Street Fair

18-19 June 2005. Held around Nollendorfplatz in the heart of western Berlin, the Lesbian & Gay Street Fair will host parties and 500 metres of bars for an expected 300,000 gays, lesbians and friends....

Fte de la Musique

21 June 2005. Ushering in the summer, this music festival takes place every year on June 21st. First held in Paris in 1982, the festival has since spread to over 100 cities worldwide offering all kin...
London What's on

Lucian Freud: Etchings 1946-2005.

25 May-23 June 2005. Widely regarded as one of the worlds finest living artists, this unique show at Marlborough Fine Art brings together rare etchings by an artist known chiefly for his paintings. Lu...
London What's on

La Bohme at the Garden.

17 June-2 July 2005. Puccinis La Bohme is an all-time favourite in Londons West End and John Copleys production with Mark Elder conducting is more than welcome back at the Royal Opera House. Based o...

Soap Opera

26 May-2 July 2005. Tim Durhams pictures are neither manipulated nor computer generated: theyre simple photos of soapy bubbles. Technically, however, the photographs are light interference on the mi...

La Bohme at the Garden

17 June-2 July 2005. Puccinis La Bohme is an all-time favourite in Londons West End and John Copleys production with Mark Elder conducting is more than welcome back at the Royal Opera House. Based...

AFRICA REMIX Contemporary Art of a Continent

25 May8 August 2005. For the first time, contemporary art from all over African is assembled in one exhibition at the Centre Pompidou. Through works by more than 80 artists, Africa Remix reveals the...
London What's on

The Genius of Ray Charles.

16 June-13 August 2005. The late, great Ray Charles was a musical innovator, fusing gospel and blues while making a major contribution to the birth of soul music. Born in the American South, raised on...

Caneja

10 May28 Aug 2005. In this major retrospective, the Reina Sofa Arts Centre pays homage to painter Juan Manuel Daz Caneja, a key name in Spanish art for much of the 20th century. Daz Caneja captured t...

Nordic Dawn. Modernism's Awakening in Finland 1890-1920

15 June-2 October 2005. This exhibition is a unique opportunity to see 100 masterpieces of Finnish painting, a less well known branch of European art, from the early part of the twentieth century. Wi...
Berlin What's on

IN TRANSIT 05 Dance - Theatre - Music

2-18 June 2005. With artists from 14 different countries, this fourth instalment of IN TRANSIT is a true Festival of Discoveries, and a platform for the latest in contemporary music, dance, and theatr...

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