Discover our selection of good deals and events for January.

Cinema: Festival Premier Plan Angers 

From Friday 20th to Sunday 29th January

The European First Film Festival is a celebration of the new talents in European cinema. Guests include a wide range of people from professionals and artists to curious cinema enthusiasts who will come to discover new films from all over Europe. This could be your chance to see the first film of an incredible director – certainly an unmissable cultural event.

Concert – Hommage To David Bowie 

Saturday 7th January

Re-experience the energy and enthusiasm of David Bowie at this tribute concert hosted at the Bus Palladium. Bowie Reloaded, a trio tribute band, will have you dancing around and singing at the top of your lungs. If you are a fan, head down and honour the legend that is Bowie.

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Theatre D’impro

Sunday 8th January

This hilarious evening sees two teams of four comedians each enter a sort of face off against each other with the theme of each sketch decided on the spot by a referee. With just twenty seconds to prepare the two teams then embark on an improvised sketch. It is the audience who decides the winner. Get involved for a fun glimpse into French contemporary comedy.

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Fête Du Graphisme 

From Wednesday 11th January

Discover the outstanding intricacies of modern art at this international festival celebrating graphic design. With a programme designed for professionals, young graphic designers and the general public, this is event aims to brings everybody together to discover the new innovations and practices of the graphic design world.


Friday 20th January

Expolangues is all about meeting, exchanging ideas and talking with people who speak other languages. Here people who speak different tongues come together and in turn discover new countries, traditions and cultures through the medium of language.  At this event you will also find professionals, French schools and universities and representatives from services such as banks and tourism who will offer you practical advice about French life…and it is all for free!

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Expo Gaston Lagaffe

Bibliothèque Centre Pompidou (From Wednesday 7th December 2016 to Monday 10th April 2017)

Gaston Lagaffe is known throughout France as being one of the funniest French cartoons of all time. This year, for his sixtieth anniversary the library in the Pompidou Centre has dedicated an exhibition entirely to Gaston Lagaffe.

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