• Six characters  in Search of an Author
    Six characters in Search of an Author

    Six Characters in Search of an Author

    Six Characters in Search of an Author at the Barbican, an unmissable theatre moment! Pirandello’s Nobel Prize-winning play takes on a disturbing immediacy in the hands of innovative French director Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota and his world-class ensemble.


La Maison de la Radio

Renowned French filmmaker Nicolas Philibert (Être et Avoir, Nénette) journeys into the heart of Radio France to discover what usually escapes our gaze: the mysteries, personalities and everyday oddities of a beloved national institution. Filmed over the course of a six-month period, La Maison de la Radio is a witty, tender and revealing exploration into the airwaves of a nation and another triumph from one of France’s major contemporary filmmakers.

Goodbye Children

Malle waited 42 years to make this semi-autobiographical film, set in January 1944 at an exclusive Catholic boarding school outside Fontainebleau. One of the great movies about World War Two and...

Belle and Sebastian

The story takes place in the Alps, high up in a peaceful village – until the day the Germans arrive. It’s the story of a lonely boy and a wild dog. It’s the story of Sebastian who tames Belle. It’s...

Notre Dame de France celebrates its 150th anniversary

This anniversary year is an opportunity for Notre Dame de France to rejoice in the richness of its community today: a rich programme for the whole year.

Classical music back to categories

"Love is Bittersweet..." - Clemens Non Papa Consort 's concert

Clemens Non Papa Consort is very happy to present its first concert of 2015 on Friday, February 6th at 7.30pm at St Magnus The Martyr Church with a fabulous program.

The Rite of Spring

A colourful concert offers the perfect showcase for the astonishing virtuoso talents of the Royal College of Music Symphony Orchestra; the world premiere of a vivacious march that was lost for...

LMFL XIX International Summer course

Language and Music for Life runs a programme of intensive music and language courses to help young people develop their talents. Stunning locations, world-reknown teachers and supportive...

Conferences back to categories

Hilary term 2015

Discover the programme of the Maison Française d'Oxford: conferences, seminars, workshops, cinema... Hilary term 2015, it's from 18 January to 14 March!

View - Festival of Art History

Building on the success of the festival’s first edition in February 2014, View is back for a new edition to explore the multiple facets of art history through debates, conversations, talks, exclusive museum tours, film screenings, student presentations, a special workshop for kids and an art book fair.

My French Film Festival

As of today and until 16 February, discover the 10 feature films and 10 shorts in competition of this new edition, subtitled in 13 different languages and accessible worldwide on myfrenchfilmfestival.com.

French band La Femme at Koko

The French band La Femme will be in London in May to perform its psych pop punk music at Koko! The group released their debut album Psycho Tropical Berlin in April last year.

Fun French February Day Camp Et Patati Patata 100% French Fun

After the success of the Fun French October Day Camp, here comes the Fun French February Carnaval Day camp. Things for kids to do in London for this spring 2015!

Les Petits Tigres - French South London playgroup

Les Petits Tigres, a new French playgroup for children and their parents, has opened its doors in South London.

Outdoor Events back to categories

6 hour day trip to the Cotswolds from London Paddington

Escape for a day in the Cotswolds, board a minivan for a trip through hidden villages, enjoy an invitation into a traditional cottage, savour an excellent English cream tea.

Soirée Pompette

Soirée Pompette is London's cabaret en français. A unique variety night with live performances, bingo and a bar all in French. This month they're celebrating the subject of love. Join them for a night of surrealism and a lot of laughter.

Plays/ Opera back to categories

Six Characters in Search of an Author

Six Characters in Search of an Author at the Barbican, an unmissable theatre moment! Pirandello’s Nobel Prize-winning play takes on a disturbing immediacy in the hands of innovative French director...


Celebrated stage and screen actress Juliette Binoche plays Antigone in a contemporary version of Sophokles's tragedy, translated afresh by TS Eliot Prize-winning poet Anne Carson.

Franck Dubosc arrives in London

Performing for the very first time in London, Franck Dubosc will be presenting his latest one man show “A l’Etat Sauvage”.

Gad Elmaleh at the Hammersmith Apollo on 17th April 2015

Gad Elmaleh will be back in London with his new show at the Hammersmith Apollo in London Hammersmith on 17th April. This is where he made his London debut in 2006. No doubt tickets will once again...

Meeting Maylis de Kerangal

A unique evening with the award winning writer Maylis de Kerangal, organised in partnership with Librairie La Page. Discussion followed by a book-signing.

The Hidden Gem of Saint-Omer: Shakespeare's Firt Folio

As he was preparing for an exhibition, Rémy Cordonnier, archivist at the Saint-Omer library, made the discovery of his life: a rare Shakespeare First Folio. Why was this book in the Saint-Omer...

Workshops back to categories

French Drama Workshop for kids

What if Cinderella wanted to travel with the Seven Dwarfs ? What if the wolf was not as bad as we thought? Emilie Perraudeau, drama teacher and stage coach, will explore fairy tales with children...

French Drama Workshops for adults

Discover the world of Theatre using the same techniques as the professional actors and improvisation through the work of French contemporary playwrights such as Lagarce, Reza, Tardieu, Ribes, Ball...

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