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LO'JO, the mighty French musical pioneers from Angers, present their new album "Fonetiq Flowers" There are times when we half-listen to an old friend natter, convinced we can predict what they’ll say next. There are times when we buy the latest book by a famous author, with no intention of actually reading it, simply because their prose shook us in our youth. How easily we forget that people change, progress, and rebel. We forget that life is often only a...

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Remembering Debussy @ 100

Remember Debussy 100 years after his death, with internationally renowned singers Claire Booth and Susan Bickley. They are joined by acclaimed collaborative pianist Andrew Matthews-Owen for a recital exploring the composer’s life and his friendship with minimalist compatriot Eric Satie. The concert also features a brand new work written for Claire, Susan and Andrew by Britain's leading opera composer Jonathan Dove, 'Letters To Claude'. Dove sets to music the...

London celebrates its 5th edition of International Match Impro on 28 March @ Tabernacle Theatre

Le Match d’impro is returning to London after the riotous success of previous editions. This theatrical genre in French is best described as a cross between improvisational theatre and ice...

David Stone: Magic Unleashed on 18th April

Direct from Paris, multi-award-winning magician David Stone presents his unique brand of comedy & illusion live in Leicester Square. Limited to just 55 seats, experience the impossible and...

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SAVE THE DATE - BREXIT : Should I Stay or Should I Go - Monday 19 March

Today,  because of all the noise created by the media and politicians, it can be difficult to find out about the reality of what is likely to happen to Europeans, to the economy, to business and to trading with the European Union. This leads to more uncertainty and anxiety. This event has been created with the aim of taking all the noise out and clarifying the real position. Thanks to our panels of experts, politicians and activists, our goal is to give attendees...

Charles Aznavour at the Royal Albert Hall on 30th June

Following his sell-out shows here in 2013, 2014 and 2015, legendary singer-songwriter Charles Aznavour returns once more to become the oldest artist to ever headline the Royal Albert Hall. The French chanson star is considered to be one of the greatest singer-songwriters of all time and enjoyed major success in the UK with his No.1 single She, which featured in the blockbuster film Notting Hill. He has had further hits with The Old Fashioned Way and Yesterday When...

Et Patati Patata Number 1 London French Day Camp. Fulham. 100% French Fun!

Et Patati Patata Number 1 London French Day Camp. Fulham. 100% French Fun!Award winning camp. Learn French without leaving London!

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Tartuffe at the Theatre Royal Haymarket from 25th May

Molière’s classic comedy Tartuffe is set to premiere as the West End’s first dual language theatre production, written in both English and French. The seventeenth century comedy moves to America, where a French film tycoon finds his life uprooted by an American evangelist. Adapted by Christopher Hampton and directed by Gerald Garutti, Tartuffe will premiere for a limited ten week West End run at the Theatre Royal Haymarket from Thursday 25th May 2018.

A Night at the Musicals

Songs from the award winning French musical Les Misérables plus many others from the West End and Broadway song book are featured in the critically acclaimed cabaret 'A Night at the Musicals', starring musical theatre star Mario Frendo, who has just returned to the UK following his appearance in the musical Jekyll & Hyde. The cabaret show will be at London's famous cabaret room, The Pheasantry.

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