There is a change in the gardens of Palais Royal, on which I have already posted several times (see here and here). I have there also referred to the Théatre Français / La Comédie Française. What’s happening now is that the 18th century theatre building will be renovated over a longer period and in the meantime, a temporary wooden building has been built. It has been placed between the newly refurbished colonnades of the Galeries d’Orléans, which actually already previously used to be covered, until around 1930, being a shopping gallery. The temporary theatre will hold some 750 places.
Some seagulls were patiently waiting, until… Here is also a proof that birds can’t read (Pélouse interdite = Get off the grass).
The exceptionally (relatively) mild weather helps roses not only to survive, but there are also some buds.