Two Oscar winning films in English at Nyon cinema

“Still Alice”, the film in which Julianne Moore won the 2015 Oscar for “Actress in a Leading Role”, will be shown at Nyon cinema on Monday 9th March at 20:30. This is an Avant Premiere Monday movie in English. As Alice Howland, Julianne Moore plays a college professor who learns that she is suffering from early-onset Alzheimer’s disease.

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The second film which won an Oscar for “Best Picture 2015″ is “Birdman” starring Michael Keaton and will be shown at Nyon cinema tonight, Wednesday 4th March at 20:30 and also on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and next Tuesday. The film is a satire of showbusiness and fame.    For full listings at Nyon cinema - see here

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Male accompanying spouse drinks in Nyon on Thursday 26th February

Reminder –  Male  *“Trailing Spouse” Event on Thursday 26th February at 20:00 at Les Brasseurs Pub at Rue de la Gare 18 in the centre of Nyon.  Nearest parking Place Perdtemps car park, Nyon railway station is just a few minutes walk away.

For the past few years Living in Nyon has been holding the occasional  *Male Trailing Spouse evening. This is for men who have moved to Switzerland to follow their female partners who work in Geneva or Vaud based organisations.   *For want of a better phrase – we are still looking for a better title!  See article on previous event here  

If you are a male accompanying spouse and you want to meet others in the same situation, please email info@livinginnyon.com to register your interest. To those who have already registered, just come along and look out for Michael (on the right of the photo below) he will be somewhere in the pub!  Catherine (the Living in Nyon editor) will also be there for the first 20 minutes or so to answer any questions about living in the area but then she will leave after that!

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Theatre show in English at the Usine a Gaz – 4 pairs of tickets to be won.

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There are four pairs of tickets (2 pairs per night) to be won to see “Western Dramedies” at the Usine a Gaz in Nyon on Thursday 19th and Friday 20th February.

This show will be performed in English and the production is based on a travel trip which the actors took along Highway 66, between Los Angeles and Oklahoma City.

You can read more here (in French only)  To be in with a chance to win tickets, email info@usineagaz.ch, and specify which night you would like to attend (Thursday or Friday).  Note: please do not email Living in Nyon for the tickets.

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From Raising Multilingual Children to Conversations in Literature

Raising Multilingual Children – 22nd and 24 March

Tracey Tokuhama-Espinosa, author of “Raising Multilingual Children” will be giving two workshops in Lausanne on Sunday 22nd March and in Geneva on Tuesday 24th March. Living in Nyon can highly recommend these very useful and informative events.  They are an ideal opportunity to ask Tracey questions and to find out how children learn languages.  For full details and to sign up to these workshops, see Know it All Passport.

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Conversation in Literature –  8 March

Etgar Keret, a leading Israeli writer and film-maker, will be in conversation with Lisbeth Koutchoumoff, journalist at Le Temps, at the Jan Michalski Foundation in Montricher on Sunday 8th March at 15:00 followed by the screening of his film Jellyfish.

Born in Tel Aviv in 1967, Etgar Keret is one of the leading voices in Israeli literature and cinema. He is the author of five bestselling collections, which have been translated into thirty-five languages. He has also written a number of award-winning screenplays, and Jellyfish, the first film that he directed – along with his wife Shira Geffen – won the Camera d’Or prize for best first feature at Cannes in 2007. In 2010 he was awarded the Chevalier medallion of France’s Order of Arts and Letters. See site here

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Friday 13th February – Quintet Indigo will perform at the Conservatoire of Nyon  To reserve a seat, see COV site here

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Strong Winds and Sirens today! Ferries cancelled

There is a strong Bise wind forecast for today Wednesday 4th February and tomorrow Thursday 5th February 2015.  CGN, the lake Geneva ferry company have cancelled all ferry crossings for these two days. See here

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The strong wind can often whip up a storm across the lake and create some interesting ice formations!

Sirens today at 13:30

A reminder that as this is the first Wednesday in February, it’s the day when all Sirens across Switzerland are tested. This will happen at 13:30 today.You are not required to  do anything during this time. You can read an explanation of this annual testing on the Swiss government website here

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