French cultural life - November 2018

A round-up of news, and those creating ‘le buzz’ in French cultural life

1.  Do you think he saw us?

One of the more unheralded museum successes of the summer in Paris, despite the scorching temperatures and lack of air conditioning in the main exhibition room, was the show dedicated to a dinosaur nicknamed ‘Trix’ at the city’s Natural History Museum.

The 67 million-year-old remains of a Tyrannosaurus Rex, the second most complete skeleton in the world, were seen by over 200,000 visitors, including many excited children. Such was the ancient animal’s popular appeal that the museum decided to ...

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