Between the ban on gatherings of more than 1,000 people decreed on Monday and the ban on gatherings of more than a hundred people which fell yesterday, everything changed this week for museums and shows. Up to the Eiffel Tower who announced, last night, its closure for an indefinite period.
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The ax has fallen. The rooms have no choice. “Closure must be arranged until further notice“Says Anne Marret, secretary general of the Comédie-Française. The small rooms are in tune with the big ones. At the Espace cirque d’Antony (Hauts-de-Seine), the company Trottola will not mount his marquee, while at Winter Circus in Paris at the Bouglione’s, we displayed “End of season ”.
“We apply what public health policies dictate. Besides reservations, it had become very quiet“, Indicates the Châtelet. To Chaillot, “the Norwegian company Carte Blanche did not fly to Paris, that of Trisha Brown took it back to New York“, Adds Didier