Archive, the famous trip-hop and avant-garde electronica band, will set the O2 Sheperd's Bush Empire stage on fire at 7pm on 10 April 2015more
Cher Trésor, Francis Veber’s latest smash-hit play features once more Mr Francois Pignon (Gerard Jugnot), the eternal loser immortalised in Dîner de cons), will make you die laughing with his new adventures. Hurry! Only a few places left.more
Based on the best-selling book by Irène Némirovsky and set during the Second World War German occupation of France, Suite française tells the story of Lucile Angellier (Michelle Williams) as she awaits news from her husband – a prisoner of war. As Parisian refugees pour into their small town, soon followed by a regiment of German soldiers who take up residence in the villagers’ homes, Lucile’s life is turned upside down – further complicated by the arrival of...
Get a privileged, behind-the-scenes glimpse at the first haute couture collection by Raf Simons for the Christian Dior fashion house. Melding the everyday, pressure-filled, components of fashion...
Canadian whiz kid Xavier Dolan returns to his original oedipal obsession with Cannes Jury Prize winner Mommy.
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.
French singer Surya-Anita performs Edith Piaf’s songs with her great acoustic band at the Toulouse Lautrec Brasserie, in London.
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 environment : a perfection combination which provides a life changing experience.
FRANGLISH is a weekly French/English and Spanish/English language exchange event taking place in bars in the heart of London. Participants come to practice a foreign language and make friends in a warm and friendly environment.
Cher Trésor, Francis Veber’s latest smash-hit play features once more Mr Francois Pignon (Gerard Jugnot), the eternal loser immortalised in Dîner de cons), will make you die laughing with his new adventures. Hurry! Only a few places left.
Only a couple of weeks to go before Easter. How about an Easter Hunt online with Jeff de Bruges? The rules are simple: 5 pictures of Easter gifts have been hidden in the pages of our website. If you find one, send us a screenshot or simply the link to the page in an email headed "Easter Hunt" to firstname.lastname@example.org. Winners will be picked at random for each of the 5 prizes... so you can multiply your chances of winning by finding all 5 pictures!
This is the third piano festival organised by the Institut Français and King's Place and once again, it brings together a dazzling number of famous pianists and a series of events. From classical recitals to contemporary music, from jazz to discovery events such as how to build your own piano.
This two-day conference echoes the acclaimed exhibition Inventing Impressionism now on at the National Gallery, about Paul Durand-Ruel, the forward-thinking Parisian art dealer who discovered and supported the Impressionists.
The Griffin Gallery brings a new generation of French contemporary artists to London with a group exhibition called Selective Memories. This exciting new exhibition investigates the role of art...
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.
Archive, the famous trip-hop and avant-garde electronica band, will set the O2 Sheperd's Bush Empire stage on fire at 7pm on 10 April 2015
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.
Learn French without leaving London! It's possible with the French Easter camps in April organised by Et Patati Patata. Children will progress quickly with fun.
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...
You love Paris but you think that Parisians are rude? You're right, they are! So how can you possibly survive their rudeness? Don't wait and go to the training "How to become Parisian in one...