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.
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.
France in London is pleased to invite you to a great classical concert: Vesselin Stanev playing Franz Liszt.
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...
One may have seen many Tartuffe… but never a Tartuffe as such… where an actor, in a solo act, plays all the parts, transforming this French classic into a tour de force.
Discover the programme of the Maison Française d'Oxford: conferences, seminars, workshops, cinema... Hilary term 2015, it's from 18 January to 14 March!
During a visit of the National Gallery you'll explore these cultural exchanges and the evolution of British painting from the Wilton Diptych and The Ambassadors, to paintings of London by Monet and Pissarro.
The Fine Art Society presents an important exhibition of Art Nouveau and Continental design, alongside sculpture from the late 19th and early 20th centuries from The John Scott Collection.
Jenna Burlingham Fine Art is holding a major solo exhibition of landscape artist Peter Joyce's paintings of Western France, Peter's first London exhibition for four years.
After selling out Oslo in Dec, Yelle will be back in March at the brilliant Village Underground.
After their brilliant sold out show at Village Underground last autumn, French/ Finnish indie pop band The Dø returns to London for a concert at Koko on Thursday 19 March.
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.
Les Petits Tigres, a new French playgroup for children and their parents, has opened its doors in South London.
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.
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.
Performing for the very first time in London, Franck Dubosc will be presenting his latest one man show “A l’Etat Sauvage”.
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...
Time to take out your bonjour and your c’est la vie, your joie de vivre and a certain je ne sais quoi: the International Week of French Language and Francophonie is back!