On the evening of 24th and 25th August 1944, Paris’s fate lies in the hands of General von Choltitz, German military governor of Paris. In this Franco-German historical drama, directed by Volker Schlöndorff, we see von Choltitz (Arestrup) preparing to execute Adolph Hitler’s orders to blow up the French capital shortly before dawn.
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.
Retrospective of François Truffaut's work, a seminal figure in the history of Cinema, as part of French Institute's Sunday French Classics series.
So Film will be celebrating their one-year anniversary with the UK premiere d' Arnaud Desplechin's new film, Jimmy P. The film was screened at the Cannes Film Festival in 2013 but it has never been...
Discover the music of the Belle Époque era on a journey that will lead you from famous works and composers such as Debussy and Saint-Saëns to the hidden gems of songwriters Hahn, Chaminade, Duparc and many more… This series of three concerts is curated by the British/French cellist Corinne Morris.
You love Paris but you think that Parisians are rude? You're right, they are! Don't wait and go to be trained on "How to become a Parisian in one hour?" . More than 450 000 spectators have seen it so far ! This is the essential survival guide to enjoy Paris !
Gabrielle performs songs from her latest album, 'Notes from Paris', plus her own original material. Singing in English and in her native French, she puts a fresh jazz spin on iconic chansons by Edith Piaf, Michel Legrand, Carlos Jobim and Astor Piazzolla.
Great French lessons for children ! www.etpatatipatata.com 100% French club 100% French fun Your French club 100% French fun at Fulham Library every Tuesday after school for 3-9 year olds!
Enjoy an " Afternoon Tea " in some comfortable surroundings at the beautiful French Bb Bakery shop near Covent Garden.
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...
Mary, Queen of Scots, and Elizabeth I, Queen of England: two 16th century icons whose inextricably linked destinies have caused as much ink as blood to flow. Two present day actresses, Lula Béry and Barbara Sylvain, will play these two queens from times past.
Anne Roumanoff, the famous French humorist is coming to London for her last show on 7 January, 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 organised by FlexiJobs about relationships in management: how to assert yourself while maintaining your professional relationships and the respect of others.