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Fans of actor, director and playwright Sacha Guitry will be able to enjoy a series of artistic reproductions this week in Cap d’Ail.
Sixty-two years after his death, he is still one of France’s most beloved artists, with film versions of his works regularly played on TV to this day.
Now, from 10th to 14th June at the Château des Terrasses in Cap d’Ail, the 10th annual Sacha Guitry Soirées will bring his works back to life.
With a combination of stage plays, short films and readings, this free event will showcase the best of the author’s works.
The events begin at 9pm, and are held every night this week except Wednesday. Reservations are required and available on 04 93 78 02 33 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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