Monet in Paris: The new immersive experience arrives in Perth next month!

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Following the wildly successful debut of Van Gogh Alive last year, the same team has just announced a new multi-sensory experience hitting Perth this November – Monet in Paris.

Celebrating the life, times and works of one of the world’s most celebrated Impressionist era artists, Claude Monet, a brand new purpose-built structure will pop up at Crown Perth.

The Le Grand Palais make its debut on Thursday 16 November for a limited season, with tickets on sale now.

Monet in Paris Perth

Organisers Grande Experiences and Andrew Kay say Monet in Paris is “a super-scale, arts and entertainment experience for the whole family to enjoy…

“Visitors will accompany some of the world’s most fearless artists of their time in an exhilarating adventure across 19th-century bohemian Paris and the lush countryside of France.”

Monet in Paris Perth

Monet’s Water Lillies, Degas’ ballerinas and the loose brush works of the likes of Camille Pissarro, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Edgar Degas, Berthe Morisot, Mary Cassatt and many more will come to life as moving, large-scale projections.

The 2500-metre square custom space will feature six break-out spaces, bars, a cafe and gift shop as visitors become immersed in a 360-degree immersion of Monet’s world.

Monet in Paris Perth

“Following our triumphant world premiere in Brisbane earlier this year, the team at Grande Experiences are absolutely thrilled to have Perth as the second city ever to experience Monet in Paris,” said Grande Experiences Founder and CEO, Bruce Peterson.

“Produced in the same immersive multi-sensory format as the hugely successful Van Gogh Alive, this unique experience will captivate and enthral audiences young and old as we enjoy many of the colourful works of art from the French Masters of the 19th century, combined with a wonderful musical score and special aromas permeating throughout the venue.”

Head to monetinparis.com for more information.