French opera cancels reopening because… it’s on strikeNews
The Opéra de Lyon has announced it cannot reopen as planned this week because the building is occupied by striking staff and covered with posters saying ‘no reopening without social rights’.
No change there, you might say.
The company’s management has sought a court order to evict the occupying protestors. Good luck with that.
Similar occupations are taking place at the Théâtre de l’Odéon in Paris and the Théâtre de la Criée in Marseille.