The January 2018 Living in the Know podcast (a collaboration between Living in Nyon and Know-it all Passport) comes with suggestions of activities in the Geneva and La Côte area, from twirling to curling, playing Scrabble in English or French, line dancing, improvisation classes, singing, capoeira, and more! On the “French minute” section, Catherine discovers what a boîte […]
The actress who originally played Dorothy’ in the first London production of “Wizard of Oz” (over seventy years ago!), will visit Geneva to watch the current GAOS production of the show. This production runs on the following dates: Friday 1st December at 20:00, Saturday 2nd (two performances at 14:00 and 18:30), and Sunday 3rd December at […]
The Geneva English Drama Society will perform “The School for Wives” from 21-25 November at the Théâtre de Terre-Sainte in Coppet. Billed as a “lively romp of mistaken identity, lost innocence, and shared secrets”. The School for Wives was first performed in December 1662, yet many of its themes remain relevant today in a fresh, […]
Skating rink opens, Raclette a Gogo, Second-hand Toy sale, Film in English with launch party of book Nyon is experiencing some lovely warm weather at the moment, however, the autumn timetable of the CGN ferries is due to end on the 22nd October and clocks will be turned back for daylight saving on the 29th October. The good news is that […]
Local artist Rita Mancesti celebrates 30 years of work at an exhibition of her paintings in Nyon. This current exhibition is being held at the Murandaz Gallery (just below the La Combe shopping centre) and continues until Friday 6th October.