Newsletter n°422 / Liberté - Egalité - Fraternité... and more

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"England is a former French colony that went wrong somewhere along the way."
Georges Clemenceau - French Prime Minister 


The Braille Legacy – “A major new musical inspired by the story of Louis Braille”

From 10th April to 24th June 2017

My tête à tête with Sébastien Lancrenon the man behind The Braille Legacy: a brand new show about to be launched in a few days' time in London. A must see show worthy of the biggest stages in the world.



From 31st March until 2 April

All About Piano Festival returns to the Institut français in London for its 5th edition, celebrating all forms of piano. From solo recitals to concerts for two pianos or four hands, the festival offers a varied range of performances, and will take the audience through all kinds of repertoires.

Tickets to be won for Ivan Ilic and Marcela Roggeri/François Chaplin

Politics / Debate

The Spectator presents: French Revolution - could it be President Le Pen?

On 26 April 2017

Marine Le Pen, leader of the Front National, is leading the polls for the first round of the French presidential election on 23 April. Another outsider Emmanuel Macron, could be the only person standing between her and the Élysée Palace. A Le Pen victory, however unlikely, would be a political earthquake for the European Union. Should we welcome a shake-up in the cradle of European revolutions? Join Andrew Neil and a guest panel to discuss if France is on the brink of a political revolution.

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