Reuniting the Oscar® winning team of Dujardin and Hazanavicius, THE PLAYERS couldn't be more outrageously different to The Artist. This is a film that has managed to have its initial poster banned in France because it shocked the public. Not an easy thing to do there. This is also the film that had a whole scene removed because it could have compromised Jean Dujardin's chances of winning his Oscar®. Witty and moving, honest and cynical, hope beats eternal in the lusting male heart, but the road to illicit pleasure is never an easy one.
Bossa Nova’s Sergio Mendes brings the vibrant sounds and sights of Brazil to London’s IndigO2 on Saturday 14th July. See him LIVE playing all his hits including ‘Night & Day’, ‘Magdalenha’ and the world famous ubi-quitous track ‘Mas Que Nada’. With an array of dancers and DJ’s, Sergio promises to keep his Brazilian Festa going long into the night!
At 25 years old, Usain Bolt is the quickest man on the planet. In 2012, he will try to become the first man to win the 100m gold medal on the track in two consecutive Olympic Games. But how can a man 6’5’’ tall and built like a rugby player be so fast? An intimate portrait of the legendary athlete told by his relatives in Jamaica and made with his complete cooperation, it features Bolt in his home environment away from the cameras. A unique and privileged access to the most impressive sprinter of all times, on his way for the London Olympics.
32 -year old Bradley Wiggins definitely justified his pre-race favourite tag by winning the 41.5-kilometer individual time trial from Arc-et-Senans to Besançon on Monday. The British rider tightens his hold on the yellow jersey which he took possession of on Saturday, as he clocked 51 minutes and 24 seconds.
The new production of the award-winning actress and writer Gaël Le cornec behind the sell out show Frida Kahlo: Viva La Vida! returns with ”Camille Claudel” a story of passion, art and self-destruction in the life of celebrated sculptor and Rodin’s lover Camille Claudel (1864-1943).
Ricard, will be hosting the Ricard Pétanque Garden Party at the Chelsea Physic Garden on Saturday 14th July to celebrate Bastille Day. Guests will be invited to play France’s most traditional sport, Pétanque; a form of boules, as well as enjoy Ricard cocktails and a gourmet French BBQ, amongst other highlights. The party will bring to life the charming atmosphere of the South of France; giving this quintessential English garden once again a unique Gallic twist.