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International Players New Show - Don't Miss It!

on Thu, 12/08/2016 - 14:28

We are very pleased to publicise The International Players latest production for January 2017

“Playhouse Creatures” by April de Angelis. 

This play is a highly colourful tale of the very first women 
who were allowed to perform on the professional stage in the mid-1600s. 

Note: it is a play with strong language 
and adult themes so not suitable for young children.

All details of the production can also be found on the home page of their website.

They recommend reserving your tickets by phone as seats are limited: 
07 81 02 78 14


Romeo & Juliette - Jardin Shakespeare - June 2016

on Mon, 03/21/2016 - 20:07

The Towerbridge association was set up to bring non-professional English theatre to France. For several years now they have been performing in June in the grounds of the Bois de Boulogne (Jardin de Shakespeare near the Pré Calalan). Last summer was the first time the PSAB make a group booking for the show and 87 SIA students and their families enjoyed a glorious afternoon in the park watching Shakespeare’s King Lear. Despite the tragic theme, everyone thoroughly enjoyed the performance, which was far from ‘amateur’. It was a great opportunity to share this cultural heritage with our kids and

Cream Tea Anyone? Here’s where to get one

on Wed, 03/16/2016 - 09:27

If you fancy some typical British delicacies, such as cheddar cheese, cidre or fudge – or would die for a cream tea with scones and clotted cream - Bures-sur-Yvette is the place to go on Saturday 2nd April 2016.

Just 20 minutes south of Buc, Bures will be celebrating the 10-year Anniversary of its twinning with Crewkerne in the UK (Somerset, in the countryside between Bath and Exeter, in case you were wondering!). The morning promises to be a colourful event with plenty of Union Jacks! You can test your knowledge in an English Quiz and there will even be THE town crier from Crewkerne


on Mon, 01/11/2016 - 12:26

Studying Shakespeare’s The Tempest this year? How about bringing this magical play to life with a trip to London?

It’s being performed in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, right next to Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, on the banks of the River Thames from 17 February to 22 April.

Here’s the link if you want to check it out:

This is Shakespeare at its best!