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Directeur artistique : Stephen Delattre
Directeur Exécutif : Martin Oppelt
A découvrir absolument !
SAISON 2019 et 2020
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Théatre - Opéra - Organisateur privé - Salle de spectacle
Programmateur saison culturelle ... BOOKING / CONDITIONS / INFOLINE
0 94 hours ago
I participated in a buddy read for the first time ever and it went so, so well. Thanks @nami.reads for inviting me to be a part of this wonderful experience. @hafida_ghermoul, @farkhand.a, @bookpiphany and @a_nook_and_a_book also joined us for the read and I loved getting to know you and discussing the book with you guys! 😊😊
📚 Here's my review of the book:
📚 The novel is a story of a young man, Dorian Gray, who gets his portrait made by a renowned artist, Basil Hallward, and the portrait in question eventually becomes the reason for his ruin. In the beginning, the character of Dorian Gray is introduced to us as a youth possessing astonishing charm and beauty. It's his beauty that first mesmerises Mr. Hallward who then tries to replicate his likeness onto the canvas. The painter falls in love with his own handiwork and also with the person who inspired it in the first place. He begins treating Gray as an artwork himself and develops a strange tendency to protect him from the prying eyes of the world lest he be "spoilt" by the exposure.
Speaking of spoil and exposure, another important character, Lord Henry, Hallward's friend, is introduced here, who upon realising Gray's importance in Hallward's eyes grows rather curious about the lad. He makes obvious efforts to befriend Gray and to steal him away, so to speak, with his cosmopolitanism and exaggerated witticisms. Henry, who's much advanced in age and experience and has a knack of spinning elaborate discourses, persuades Gray of his extraordinary looks and what possessing such outwardly charm and grace might might mean for a young bachelor like himself. He tells him how his looks could get him to places and might even allow him to indulge in activities, moral corruptions to be more precise, that an ordinary person wouldn't be allowed to engage in. Gray is happy to hear all this, but soon realises the impermanence of his youth and the transience that it engenders. ... (to be continued) ..
(Sorry, guys, I'm unable to post the whole review here because of the scarcity of space. You can check out its full version on my blog. The link is in my bio)
dreaming of all the books on my wish list 🌟 this week has been a complete blur, and it feels like my emotions & moods have been completely out of sync with all of the wonderful victories that I’be celebrated these past couple of days! 🤷🏻♀️ if you didn’t know, one of my greatest passions is debating, and this week me and my partner were fortunate enough to win a huge competition 🏆 it wasn’t without stress & years of hard work to get to this moment though. it’s incredible to be able to witness ourselves & the people around us growing, evolving and ultimately becoming the greatest version of themselves possible 🦋 hope you’ve all had an absolutely smashing week & take time to celebrate the big, as well as the little, victories in life! ✨ see you next time, gigi x
2 4318 hours ago
I am super excited to be starting on #thepictureofdoriangray this week. I may or may not be starting it today or tomorrow. We shall see.
I am going to be doing a review if this book shortly after I read it. So if you want to you can find that on my blog. Link is on my profile. #classics#readinggoals2019#readingtime 📖
The picture of Dorian Gray - Oscar Wilde March is soon over already! Time certainly flies! I have a plan to on this account also have “The book of the month” where I post about books I read and my reviews. So I’m gonna be a little early and post April’s book, and the first book of the month. Right now I’m in the middle of this incredible and beautiful book by Oscar Wilde. I just love it and this is absolutely a book I recommend! Have about an hundred pages left and I don’t want it to end! #Oscarwilde#thepictureofdoriangray#bookofthemonth
“Words! Mere words! How terrible they were! How clear, and vivid, and cruel! One could not escape from them. And yet what a subtle magic there was in them! They seemed to be able to give a plastic form to formless things, and to have a music of their own as sweet as that of viol or of lute. Mere words! Was there anything so real as words?”- Oscar Wilde
Day before yesterday I went to the library and randomly picked a book which was The Picture of Dorian Gray.
Here on bookstagram I have come across plenty of Oscar Wilde fans so I was curious to see what all the hype is about.
And guess what? I finished about three chapters in one sitting and came home to download the book on kindle.
I carried it on from where I stopped and now I am 50% into it!
What a master piece. The writing is so beautiful and he sure is the King of prose. It is beyond me how people manage to pick a single quote from this book. Every word by Oscar Wilde is quotable so I had a tough time selecting one!
7 13721 March, 2019
Io viaggio per scoprire nuovi posti e nuove tradizioni. Non sono ancora mai stato in Gran Bretagna, ma sarà una dei primi posti che visiterò.
Наш дорогой Дориан снова в городе!!! Встречаемся на приеме у Лорда Генри 22 и 23 марта в 19:00 в театре @musichallspb !!!
“The true mystery of the world is the visible, not the invisible”. Oscar Wilde
Ave gente. Ho finalmente finito Shadow and Bone!!!!!!!! Quindi ora posso iniziare il De Profundis e godermelo per bene 😍😍😍
PS. Cuoricinatemi il post precedente plzzzz
Cosa state leggendo al momento?
-Petrarca o Dante?
I took this photo of a few books by Irish authors to post on St. Patrick’s Day and then completely forgot about it! Big flop on my part, but better late than never.
Quick photo run down, to get to my main point of today’s post. 😉 -Oscar Wilde is one of my all time favorite authors. I absolutely love him. -A Ladder to the Sky was in my top 5 favorite reads of 2018. I NEED to read more books by John Boyne. That being said, I plan on picking up The Heart’s Invisible Furies very soon! -Angela’s Ashes is this month’s book club pick. I listened to the audio book on a family road trip, years ago. It is slowly coming back to me.