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After last month inspection and their presentation to their peers, the National Resouce Center for Supplementary Education recommended that ET PATATI PATATA Ecole du Samedi FLAM, Numeber 1 London French Day Camp, French Tutoring Received a Silver quality Framework Award


Are you Multilingual? French or have French heritage? Living in the UK? A new BBC Living history series is seeking men and women to undertake secret agent training They are looking for MEN & WOMEN (18+) who want to immerse themselves in one of history's toughest training regimes.

Cinema event back to categories

French Sundaes on the Occupation at the Cinema Museum once a month

Jon Davies, tutor in French cinema at Morley College, introduces his session on the Occupation, taking place at the Cinema Museum once a month. Each session will take a look at a French film and Occupation and the evolution of the way this period has been depicted on screens.

Wax Tailor (Live Band) KOKO

Wax Tailor is back with a new album “By Any Beats Necessary” inspired by his travels over the south of the USA. Designed like a road trip where Lee Fields, Ghostface or Tricky hitch a ride , the album leads us on a fabled road where blues, psychedelic rock, soul funk and hip-hop collide. The accompanying live show will be the first in three years with a full band.

The Braille Legacy: world première of a major new musical inspired by the story of Louis Braille

The Braille Legacy tells the thrilling, true, inspirational and epic story of Louis Braille, a young blind boy who wanted the same chance in life as those who see and ended up improving the lives of millions of blind people around the world. In Paris in the 19th century, blind people were victims of profound discrimination. Louis Braille, a bright young mind with a mad dream, arrives at the Royal Institute of Blind Youth, searching for the same chance as everyone...

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The Plague ( La Peste) by Camus (In English)

“April 29th; lunchtime. Found Mr Michel in the street outside the apartment. Walk unsteady. Eyes unnaturally bright.” Dr Rieux is noticing things. A rat on the stairs, where it has no right to be. A sore throat becoming a fever. The first signs of panic. It all amounts to a troubling diagnosis… so what’s the cure? The Plague is Albert Camus’ electrifying story about living through a time of crisis and fighting back against despair.

Radiant Vermin (in French)

This is an opportunity to see this new play in London before it premieres this Summer at the Avignon Fringe Festival! Ollie and Jill would like to tell you about their Dream Home. Some of the...

An American in Paris, the Musical in London from 4 March 2017

Directly following celebrated season in New York and Paris, this critically acclaimed, Tony® Award-winning new musical lights up the West End from Saturday 4 March at London’s Dominion Theatre.

The Spectator presents: French Revolution - could it be President Le Pen?

Marine Le Pen, leader of the Front National, is leading the polls for the first round of the French presidential election on 23 April. Another outsider Emmanuel Macron, could be the only person standing between her and the Élysée Palace. A Le Pen victory, however unlikely, would be a political earthquake for the European Union. Should we welcome a shake-up in the cradle of European revolutions? Join Andrew Neil and a guest panel to discuss if France is on the brink...

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Theatre and Cinema workshops with Candice Desmet from Atelier Theatre Act'in

Atelier Théâtre Act’in created by Candice Desmet, launches theatre and cinema workshops for everyone in London. The purpose is to offer a freedom space for everyone whatever their age, their career...

Drama classes by the Exchange Theatre

Exchange Theatre offers drama classes in French to adults but also children in London. Thanks to a nine-year experience, we welcome our students with pleasure and professionalism in our company.

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