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THÉÂTRE NATIONAL DE NICE

The TNN, CDN Nice Côte d'Azur: a theatre for the entire city.
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Promenade des Arts - 06300 NICE
電話 : +33(0)4 93 13 19 00

営業時間 : Dès le 3/1/2017, Kiosk ouvert de 12:00 à 17:00 du mardi au samedi inclus
定休日: 月曜日 all day, 日曜日 all day,
1989年に建設されたニース国立劇場は、明るい色の大理石で覆われた八角塔で、900席のイタリア風ホール(salle Pierre Brasseur)、300席のアンフィテアトル(Michel Simon)、あらゆる舞台形体の演出に対応できる稽古場で構成されています。
劇場プログラムは9月から6月までです。

予約は郵便、電話、劇場窓口にて受け付けています。
レストラン、駐車場あり。

話せる言語:
  • English
  • French
Atmosphere(s):
  • Animation Shows
地区:
  • East Nice
  • Acropolis
ラベル:
  • Famille Plus
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Upcoming events
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LE MALADE IMAGINAIRE
The director Michel Didym takes pleasure in joining the irreverent Molière in his comic attack on medicine. A burlesque and musical classic, a real bandage for the soul! Find out more ›
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CENTAURES, QUAND NOUS ÉTIONS ENFANTS
The famous couple of circus riders, Camille and Manolo, give life to the fascinating creatures of mythology. This is the magic of centaurs on stage! Find out more ›
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J’AI TROP PEUR
Going into the sixth grade? For Francis, 10 years old, it's the leap into the unknown, the apocalypse! Always sparkling with intelligence and humor, the genius David Lescot, poetic passer of childhood. Find out more ›
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LE PETIT BAIN
Do you remember the childish pleasure of a bubble bath? The joy of carving clouds, taming strange animals, carving a white beard ... An invitation to fly away to an imaginary world. Find out more ›
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TOMBÉS DU CIEL
New part of the garden comedies of the company B.A.L., the gods of ancient Greece come to visit planet Earth for the inspiration and the pleasure of all. Find out more ›
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SCALA
Let yourself be traversed by a circus theater, physical prowess, in a vertiginous scenery defying all gravity. Breathtaking ! Find out more ›
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LE PETIT THÉÂTRE DU BOUT DU MONDE OPUS II
In the company of his extraordinary puppets, Ezéquiel Garcia-Romeu continues his questioning of a company adrift in a supervised and robotic territory. A participatory and ambulatory show. Find out more ›
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CALEK
The great Charles Berling transcends by his acting the character of a man crushed by the Nazi system. A powerful testimony of a poignant humanity. Find out more ›
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T’ES TOI !
A caustic one-woman-show that tells, for the pleasure of the audience, the adventures of the theatrical debut of the irresistible Eva Rami! Find out more ›
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BOUVARD ET PÉCUCHET
Flaubert's novel transformed into a burlesque fable by the legendary Jérôme Deschamps. A duo of moving and clownish fool-scientists embarks us on a jubilant crusade against human stupidity. Find out more ›
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BALLET BAR
By the Pyramid Company. A dusty New York jazz club, an old transistor. Music! A theatrical hip-hop with a hint of charleston, tango, electro and visual performance. Virtuoso! Find out more ›
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LE GRAND ORCHESTRE DE POCHE
By Thomas Garcia and Charlotte Saliou. Three clumsy clown musicians in love with ukulele give a concert that turns to disaster. A tribute with humor and delicacy to the films of Chaplin, Tati and Marx Brothers. Find out more ›
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UN AUTRE JOUR VIENDRA
David Ayala and his prestigious troupe of actors, singers and musicians offer us a poetic and musical recital of rare eloquence. The poetry of the great Mahmoud Darwish sings an ode to peace. Find out more ›
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L’OISEAU DE FEU
The sublime meeting of Baroque music, Arab and Ottoman sounds, and great inspired poets. A concert at the confluence of the mystics of East and West. Divine ! Find out more ›
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REQUIEM POUR L.
Alain Platel shakes Mozart's Requiem, bringing forth an intense joy, taking us on a universal journey between Africa and the West. Through the mourning ceremony, a sublime and courageous celebration of life. Find out more ›
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ON NE VOLE PAS QU’AVEC DES AILES
Between East and West, from oud to electro, a mix of cultures and a journey back in time. The oriental tale meets The Fables of La Fontaine to bring us a universal message of peace. Find out more ›
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GRANDE -
The life of a couple does not resist this duo of devilishly inventive Circassians. From contemporary circus to music hall, these unclassifiable artists create an osmosis of hilarious originality. Find out more ›
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VOUS N’AUREZ PAS MA HAINE
Faced with the events at the Bataclan, the moving interpretation of an untranslatable tragedy. Raphaël Personnaz carries with delicacy and generosity this incredible text where love succeeds in overcoming hatred. Find out more ›
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RACINE(S)
A fascinating duo for an Israeli rope tecnician and an exalted musician singer who invite us to rediscover our roots. Find out more ›
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LA DAME AUX CAMÉLIAS
A courtesan with a big heart, a mad lover, a crime-complicit society. On the background of cinema, a duo of remarkable actors reinvents the tragedy of Dumas. Find out more ›
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LA VALSE DES HOMMELETTES
Fairies, rabbits, birds and mischievous goblins set the pendulum of humans on time. In the magic hands of Patrick Sims, Grimm's fairy tales reveal the power of fantasy. Find out more ›
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STADIUM
Can we turn a theater into a football stadium? Mohamed El Khatib takes up the challenge, with some fifty supporters of the Racing Club de Lens. An unclassifiable show that triumphs around the world. Find out more ›
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COOK
A joyful reunion with Nassim Soleimanpour. The suspense remains, but to whet our appetite, imagine a delicious culinary evening around living together! Find out more ›
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FRONTIÈRES
A magical, Chaplinian and cinematic show that does not hesitate to cross the abyss to find laughter and light. Find out more ›
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LA VIE TRÉPIDANTE DE LAURA WILSON
A cry of anger and humanism electrified by remarkable acting. Jean Boillot paints a portrait of a woman as much as of our society, says no to cynicism, yes to love and unanimity. Exciting ! Find out more ›
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FACE À LA MÈRE
An ample musical poem, dark and dazzling, on the beauty of filial love that transcends everything, even death. Find out more ›
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY SAM !
An exciting theatrical search on the children of a generation who wanted to change the world. Influenced by the American cinema of the 60's, a collective of actors tells the transmission with a contagious energy. Find out more ›
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LE CHANT DU CYGNE
Great theatrical art, but especially a hymn of festive love to the stage, this place of all rebirths. Find out more ›
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FRANÇOIS D’ASSISE
A crazy and joyful anthem to freedom, the story of a man, in turn poet, warrior, philosopher, lover, who takes the key to the fields to embrace the universe. A mystical ode to nature! Find out more ›
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HAMLET REQUIEM
Like a mirror to contemporary society, this theater confronts us with our most intimate essence: to be or play to be, that is the question. Find out more ›
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ROMÉO ET JULIETTE
The inevitable tragedy of Shakespeare in a young, intimate and resolutely contemporary version. The power of the text appears more clear than ever in this refined adaptation of Irina Brook that touches us right to the heart. Find out more ›
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LEAR
An original and intimate adaptation of the Shakespearean tragedy. In an unexpected trio, Renato Giuliani tells the madness of a king fooled by the world and his blindness to love. Find out more ›
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CHEEKY SHAKESPEARE !
A creation specially concocted for Shake Nice! A playful and interactive version of A Midsummer Night's Dream. Find out more ›
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LE MARCHAND DE VENISE
The Shakespearean comedy revisited by Jacques Vincey dances on the powder keg of an economy on the brink of explosion. Eminently contemporary! Find out more ›
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OPENING NIGHT
When the 7th art meets the stage, we discover an intense, intimate Isabelle Adjani, engaging in a breathtaking autofiction. Find out more ›
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ON NE BADINE PAS AVEC L’AMOUR
When Alfred de Musset meets a radical and feminist George Sand, and a director falls in love with French romanticism by mixing it with African culture, the atmoshere is banter and love! Find out more ›
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