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French Film: ‘La Môme’

Publié le 21 December 2017

La Môme (which takes the title La Vie en rose in English), is a 2007 biopic directed by Olivier Dahan, which retraces the life of … Read More

Il Neige Sur Liege

Publié le 18 December 2017

Jacques Brel, born in 1929, was a multitalented artist, working as a poet, composer, actor and director in his lifetime. However, he is best known … Read More

Intraduisible #19

Publié le 18 December 2017

Don’t you think that the adjective frileux, with its harsh ‘f’ and tremulous ‘r’, evokes the exact feeling of a shiver, and then captures it … Read More

January Events

Publié le 18 December 2017

This month, France welcomes us into the New Year with a host of different activities and events to explore and enjoy. Read More

La Galette des Rois

Publié le 18 December 2017

The Galette des rois (‘king cake’) is a dessert that is traditionally served in French households on 6th January, or Epiphany. It is a central … Read More

Discover … Rennes

Publié le 18 December 2017

The capital of the region of Brittany, Rennes is a city with a rich history and culture, which has been named one of the most … Read More

Metro-Expo-Resto #13

Publié le 18 December 2017

Break out of the mould of “métro, boulot, dodo” (a French expression that, translated literally, means “Métro, work, sleep”) and get ready for “Métro, expo, … Read More

La Raclette

Publié le 18 December 2017

Raclette, a dish native to Switzerland but very popular in France, is the perfect dish to enjoy on cold nights, when you feel in need … Read More

Toolkit: Le Nouvel An

Publié le 18 December 2017

About to spend your first New Year’s Eve ('le Nouvel An' or 'Saint-Sylvestre') in France and unsure as to how to make the most of … Read More