After touring with Mika and Christophe Willem in France and Belgium, Sophie Delila will be back in London for a special show at the Jazz Café.more
Following her sold out XOYO show and acclaimed performance at the Royal Albert Hall supporting Caro Emerald in March, French pop/gypsy-jazz singer, Zaz, will return to London for a concert at the Scala on 12 June.more
In normal bear life, it is frowned upon to make friends with a mouse. But Ernest, a big bear, a clown and musician who lives on the fringes of bear society, nonetheless welcomes little Celestine into his home. She is an orphan and has fled the mouse world down below. These two solitary characters...more
Patricia Kaas, one of France's most acclaimed artists, will perform Edith Piaf's songs one last time!more
The Cirque du Soleil is back in London with its famous baroque and operatic show. If you did not see it first time around, try not to miss it this time and enjoy the performers' flamboyant costumes and original music performed live, and book your tickets now for this unique experience!more
Anne Goupil is a literature student in Paris in 1957. Her elder brother, Pierre, takes her to a friend's party where the guests include Philip Kaufman, an expatriate American escaping McCarthyism, and Gerard Lenz, a theatre director who arrives with the mysterious woman Terry. The talk at the party is about the apparent suicide of their friend Juan, a Spanish activist who had recently broken up with Terry. Philip warns Anne that the forces that killed Juan will soon...
"Jo & me around the world"'s team will present their new travel guides for children at the La Page bookshop on 15 June from 11h to 15h.
Receive and diffuse youth films from all over the world thanks to Festimaj, the only international film festival for schools.
Arguably one of the most talented musician world-wide, Vladimir Ashkenazy, conducts the premiere of 'If you will it, it is no dream', a new work by celebrated composer, Nimrod Borenstein.
Les Fauristes Choir and Orchestra are back with a new concert, a real Venetian getaway with pieces composed by Antonio Vivaldi, virtuoso violonist and illustrious composer of the Italian baroque...
The BD and Comics Passion Festival which will take place from 30 May and 2 June presents an original event, blending passion for comics and love of wine.
Lo'Jo will take you on a journey across the Touareg, Creole or Berber cultures with their melancholic, nostalgic and soft melodies. Book your ticket now for their concert on 29 May 2013.
Actress and singer Lou Doillon, daughter of Jane Birkin and Jacques Doillon, and Charlotte Gainsbourg's stepsister, makes her London debut on 6 June 2013 at Southbank Centre. This talented woman...
Gesaffelstein, Russ Chimes and Louisahhh!!! will do a joint gig at XOYO in Shoreditch. Gesaffelstein is a French DJ from Lyon.
Following her sold out XOYO show and acclaimed performance at the Royal Albert Hall supporting Caro Emerald in March, French pop/gypsy-jazz singer, Zaz, will return to London for a concert at the...
After touring with Mika and Christophe Willem in France and Belgium, Sophie Delila will be back in London for a special show at the Jazz Café.
The talented French singer, Benjamin Biolay will perform his first gig in London with an exceptional concert at the Union Chapel to celebrate the release of his new album "Vengeances".
Immerse yourself into the fascinating universe of Paris during 1940s and 1950s and rediscover Edith Piaf's iconic titles wonderfully sang by Eve Loiseau.
Patricia Kaas, one of France's most acclaimed artists, will perform Edith Piaf's songs one last time!
French entrepreneurs, do not discourage youself and stop postponing your projects! The Union of French Abroad will show you how to succeed with in the UK with 'Red Carpet Day'. On the menu of this exceptional event : conferences, workshops and speed-datings, animated by entrepreneurs already settled in the UK who will give a relevant insight into the British market.
The award winning movie adaptation of Les Misérables will be released on DVD on May 13th.
Enjoy an original romcom about a businessman struggling to find the meaning of life, who discovers a sense of purpose once he meets Malika, an attractive unconventional French woman.
Exploring one of the most important chapters in the history of contemporary art, The Bride and the Bachelors: Duchamp with Cage, Cunningham, Rauschenberg and John's focuses on Marcel Duchamp ’s American legacy, tracing his relationship to four great modern masters – composer, John Cage, choreographer, Merce Cunningham, and visual artists Robert Rauschenberg and Jasper Johns.
From February to June 2013, the Barbican Centre will present its new multi-disciplinary season that orbits around Marcel Duchamp. The exhibition "Dancing around Duchamp", brings together key...
Plunge yourself into Gwenaël Salaün's universe and discover his original experimental rhythm-based paintings during his unique exhibition in London.
Get ready to see the best comic book creators: the legends and the rising stars, the best-selling artists and undiscovered geniuses.
This year’s Playground Festival brings together many of the godfathers/ innovators of house, techno and electro music alongside those making a significant rise on the current underground scene....
Hubert-Félix Thiéfaine will give his very first concert in London at the Bush Hall on 27th June 2013 as part of his Homo Plebis Ultimae Tour. This intimate must-see show will be the opportunity for...
After two sold out shows at KOKO in March 2013, -M- aka Matthieu Chedid returns to London to play at the Roundhouse on Monday 14 October.
Learn how to make your own cocktails and canapes with L'Atelier des Chefs' course on 7 June in Oxford Circus.
Airnadette present their funny musical show for the first time in London, on 28 May at Udderbelly Festival at Southbank Centre.
Théâtre Re presents their show "The Little Soldiers", blending theatre, circus and mime.
Kathrine Kressmann Taylor’s classic pre-war text is brought to life in a powerful new production directed by Steve Marmion. "Address Unknow" stars the theatre and film legends Christian Clavier...
The director Emilie Perraudeau presents A Family Affair, a very funny comedy written by famous playwriters, scriptwriters and directors in France, Agnès Jaoui and Jean-Pierre Bacri (Le Goût des...
Tamise en Scene introduces its new hilarious French comedy by Gilles Dyrek: Venise sous la neige. Gilles Dyrek, a famous French comedian and playwright portraits a typical French middle class...
The Cirque du Soleil is back in London with its famous baroque and operatic show. If you did not see it first time around, try not to miss it this time and enjoy the performers' flamboyant costumes...
From 5 May to 5 June 2013, the Palais de Tokyo in Paris is hosting the exhibition Nº5 Culture Chanel.
Les visites particulières offer private diners and guided excursions throughout several exceptional art locations in Paris.
If you love Marc Chagall, do not miss the stunning "Chagall between war and peace" exhibition at the Luxembourg museum in Paris this spring.
If you like your wines or are interested in finding out more about them, then you should most definitely attend the wine tasting events about to be held at the French Institute in South Kensington. Wine is a vital part of French culture and for this reason, the Institut Français has been running exclusive Wine Tasting sessions for 15 years, a prestigious rendezvous in the intimate and convivial setting of their Art Deco building. Starting in October, their new...
Flexijobs offers free workshops for French people seaking a job in the UK or looking to take their career in a new direction.