This exhibition is a chance to immerse yourself in the great adventure of the discovery of porcelain in Europe. A thousand years later than in China, the first object fashioned from this precious material saw the light of day in Meissen (Germany) at the start of the 18th century, after incredible and dramatic turns of events.
Tuesday to Sunday : 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
Monday : Closed
More information and tickets: here
Famous film directors have used these Protestant priests as dramatic resources and fascinating characters, and the MIR screens an original montage of about twenty minutes made up of eight extracts from classic films. Pastors are seen through the lens of directors such as Michael Haneke, Charlie Chaplin, Alain Resnais and John Huston. Alongside, five gowns designed by Albertine will also be displayed in the Salon. They reflect the typology listed by French theologian André Gounelle, which underlines the specific ways ministers carry out their mission: as a Prophet, a Shepherd, a Leader, a Spiritual Director or a Priest.
Tuesday to Sunday: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Closed on Monday
More information and tickets: here
For more than 6,000 years and throughout the world, many human societies have been building monumental stone architecture. Were these dolmens and menhirs intended to ward off the fear of death, to honour the dead or to impress the living? This exhibition presents the work carried out by archaeologists in different geographical areas to understand megalithism in the world.
More info: here
Archipel is the main Swiss festival dedicated to musical creation in every form and “Passages” is the 29th Edition which mixes musical genres and explores paths which break barriers between people, generations and cultures.
From opera, concerts, shows, performances and conferences, there are over 20 events including 8 totally free to discover in different venues in Geneva.
Full Programme and Tickets: click here
Covid-19 has changed our lives but this doesn’t mean that we cannot have fun tasting amazing wines from the confort of our home!
In an attempt to keep us safe and keep us sane, I have selected three exceptional wines from Kairos Products, a boutique wine merchant who stocks excellent organic and biodynamic wines from France, Spain and Switzerland for us to taste.
Join me and many more others in a super fun and safe 😉online tasting of the wines of three iconic wine makers from the comfort of your home.
In order to secure the timely delivery of the wines to your door the deadline for RSVP’s is Sunday 29th March.
For more information and to reserve your place please message Geneva Wine Society directly on Instagram or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
Let’s all stay home and have fun while doing that. Cheers 🍷
Every Sunday the Les Amis du Salève group hike up the Saléve (a gradient of 800 metres, 3 hours hike-up). This is a guided hike led by an experienced member of the group. It’s open to all, including families and trained dogs.
A responsible (excursion leader) of the Association Genevoise des Amis du Salève (AGAS) welcomes you in all weather. No prior registration necessary. Depending on the route chosen, you will expect a 5 to 8 hours hike. Departure of the hike from the meeting point. Hiking boots (crampons in winter if ice, hat and sun protection lotion in summer), raincoat or umbrella, passport, money, picnic and something to drink as well as good health is indispensable.
Also read our article with 3 suggested hikes up the Salève by a longstanding member of the group.
Meeting at 10 am at the terminus of bus No 8 at Veyrier-Douane, Route du P.as de l’Echelle 111, 1255 Veyrier (not at Veyrier-Tournettes, 100 metres from the border direction Switzerland, departure at 10h10 sharp).
Site internet : http://www.rando-saleve.net .
Contact : Tel: ++41 (0) 227964133.
Our Guided Tours are open to our patrons and the public and take place under the guidance of very knowledgeable people who take you deep into the hold of our big ship, show you the beautiful restoration work it recently underwent, take you across the stage, in the wings and regale you with many a story, some as tall as the flyloft! A journey into the secret and slightly offbeat world of Geneva’s grand old opera house.
12:30 pm – Entrance hall of the Grand Théâtre
Duration: 50 minutes
CHF 15 (CHF 10 under 12’s)
Tickets and more information: click here
Jen Kirwin is an American comic living abroad and has performed in both the US and Europe, including NBC’s Last Comic Standing, Montreal’s Just for Laughs Festival and Caroline’s on Broadway. Check out Jen Kirwin’s crazy stand up lineups once a month at Caustic Comedy Club ! Watch out for headliners…
Show in English
More information: http://www.causticcomedyclub.com