• Charles Aznavour
    Charles Aznavour
    Concert

    Charles Aznavour at the Royal Albert Hall

    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...

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  • The France Show
    The France Show
    Exhibition

    The France Show 2018 - London Olympia - 26 to 28 January

    Kick start the New Year with a celebration of the best France has to offer! Enjoy a great French day out at the UK’s largest celebration of France. French chefs, wine tasting, authors, holiday ideas, French market, property exhibition with thousands of properties for sale, seminars offering...

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Frost

Rokas and Inga, a couple of young Lithuanians, volunteer to drive a cargo van of humanitarian aid to Ukraine. When plans change and they find themselves left to their own devices, they cross the...


Les Hommes du Feu

It’s a hot summer in the south of France. Fires are starting everywhere and tempers are flaring at the local fire station whose leader is Philippe (Roshdy Zem), where Bénédicte (Emilie Duquenne)...


Gemma Bovery

Martin, a baker, is spending quiet days in a small Norman village. He has kept from his Parisian youth a passion for literature. The arrival of his new neighbours, Gemma and Charles Bovery, a...


Manon des Sources

Continuation of Jean de Florette: Ten years later, Jean's beautiful daughter Marion (Béart) wreaks a terrible revenge on her father's destroyers...


Jean de Florette

In the mid-20s, hunchback tax collector Jean Cadoret inherits a farm in Provence. The map shows a valuable spring on his land, but his neighbours, the cunning Soubeyrans, have stopped it up...


The Bride Wore Black

Julie Kohler is prevented from suicide by her mother. She leaves the town. She will track down, charm and kill five men who do not know her. What is her goal ? What is her purpose ?



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LO'JO

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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C'est Noël ! at the French Institute

Special Christmas celebration! The day will be packed with cultural delights and fun. Our storytelling sessions for babies and kids will recreate the magic of a wonderful winter holiday. Not to mention a very festive screening of the enchanting L’Hiver féérique and the good old classic, L’Enfant au grelot! But the party would fall short without a magnificent Christmas tree, gifts galore and... our beloved Santa who promised us to drop by... * Special offer:...


Michel Jonasz - Jean yves D'Angelo at Union Chapel

Michel Jonasz will come for the first time in London with his pianist, Jean Yves D'Angelo to sing all his most famous hits!! An amazing concert not to be missed!! Book your tickets before it sells out.

Laura Cahen

The subtle songs filled with poetry of upcoming French singer-songwriter from Nancy, Laura Cahen, will resonate in our Art Deco listed library during the Night of Ideas. Discover the haunting and...

Charles Aznavour at the Royal Albert Hall

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...


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 FREE  UNFORGETTABLE (YOU!)

NR PROJECT presents the group exhibition "Unforgettable (you!)", curated by Ines Valle focusing on stories that make us unique in a globalised world. This exhibition opens on the 17 November at 5pm with a roundtable conversation between the artists and special guests, a live performance and a music concert. Unforgettable (you!) through the work of Christophe Beauregard, Joana Choumali, Rebecca D. Harris - artist, Steve Hines, Tattoo by Chaim Machlev aka...


Romantics Anonymous: A New Musical at the Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

This new musical, based on the French-Belgian film Les Emotifs Anonymes, tells the story of two socially awkward chocolate-lovers as they tackle life's everyday challenges. Angélique makes beautiful chocolates and Jean-René runs a chocolate factory running out of steam. Together with self-help tapes and the support of Les Émotifs Anonymes they tackle the trickiest obstacles to happiness: the ones within.


Plays/ Opera back to categories

Sacha Guitry, My daughter and I

This British Premiere, as a tribute to Sacha Guitry on the 60th anniversary of his death, celebrates his undying admiration for women and his particular talent for mixing reality and fiction. Following two sell-out shows, « Trois Ruptures/Three Splits » by Rémi De Vos (London, Beijing) and "Ionesco/Dinner at the Smiths" (London, Paris), this new production is the third collaboration between actress Edith Vernes and director Marianne Badrichani.


Programme of the French Institute back to categories

Night of Ideas - Save the date

The night on Thursday 25 January 2018 will be unlike any other! Launched by the Institut français in 2017, the Night of Ideas is a global proj the rest of the world. The Institut français du Royaume-Uni, the Scientific Department and the Cultural Department of the French Embassy have put together a thought-provoking programme of debates, performances, gigs and screenings exploring the latest ideas behind issues central to our times. All curious minds welcome to...


The France Show 2018 - London Olympia - 26 to 28 January

Kick start the New Year with a celebration of the best France has to offer! Enjoy a great French day out at the UK’s largest celebration of France. French chefs, wine tasting, authors, holiday ideas, French market, property exhibition with thousands of properties for sale, seminars offering free expert advice, everything is designed to ensure you have a great time.


How the French and British Vote

Professor Malcolm Crook draws on original research into the history of voting in France, whose specific features are further illuminated by a comparison with Britain. He explores the relatively neglected subject of how people cast their votes rather than who was elected, by focusing on turnout, secrecy and spoiling.



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