Archive for posts tagged with 'France'

Baby et Lulu

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Australian French-language duo Baby et Lulu return to Brisbane

After captivating audiences at their sold-out Queensland Cabaret Festival 2015 performance, Australian French-language…

Brisbane City Hall

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Brisbane lights up in solidarity with Nice

Brisbane landmarks will be lit up in blue, white and red tonight, following the shocking terrorist attack in Nice.…

La Cité du Vin

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The Disneyland of wine opens in France

Welcome to Wine World. Ditch Mickey for Merlot at this theme park for grown-ups. La Cité du Vin — which translates to…

Australia’s biggest French Festival returns to Brisbane

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Australia’s biggest French Festival returns to Brisbane

French food, fashion and flair will flood the River City when Australia’s largest French festival rolls into Brisbane fo…

Five beautiful destinations to visit in 2016

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Five beautiful destinations to visit in 2016

We’re barely a month into the new year and it already feels like time to start planning a big adventure. With so…

Contempt

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French Film Festival announces ‘une fabuleuse’ film program

The 2016 Alliance Française French Film Festival will return to Brisbane for its 27th season next month, with a…

London crowned the world’s most popular city again

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London crowned the world’s most popular city again

For the fifth time in seven years, London has been found to be the most popular tourist destination. Planning an oversea…

Dinner with Cezanne in Aix-en-Provence

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Dinner with Cezanne in Aix-en-Provence

Would the famous artist Paul Cezanne have ordered squid risotto? Perhaps not, but, more than 100 years ago, Cezanne…

Lunch with Monet

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Lunch with Monet

In the flower-filled garden of Claude Monet in the French village of Giverny, you’ll find an oasis of beauty. The…

Pyrenees magic - early days

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Walking the pilgrim’s path

Throughout time, people have made pilgrimages to sacred places. Tracy Brumby-Cameron took the Santiago de Compostela…

Lights, camera, action! Meet the Brisbane filmmaker heading to Cannes

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Lights, camera, action! Meet the Brisbane filmmaker heading to Cannes

Luc Van Hoorick is set to showcase his film at the world’s most prestigious film event. Stars flock to the…

Brisbane French Festival offers free trip to Paris

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Brisbane French Festival offers free trip to Paris

Enjoy crepes, champagne, can-can dancing and the chance to win a trip to Paris at this year’s Brisbane French…

Paris in three days

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Paris in three days

A whirlwind trip to Paris is all you need to experience the city of love, writes Laura Brodnik Paris is always a good…

What is so good about Champagne?

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What is so good about Champagne?

Wine guru Andrew Corrigan discusses Australia’s adoration for champagne, and finds the best buys in the market.…