Formed in 2001, The Improfessionals is Paris’ one and only English language improvisation group. The troupe is a rich mix of improvisation actors from all over the world (England, Sweden, Germany, Canada, Denmark, Italy, and America). From fast paced sketch orientated shows like “Impro à la carte”, to physical spontaneity in “Bubble Soup”, from improvised Soap Opera to full length improvised plays, The Improfessionals offers a wide range of improvised entertainment in Paris.
All their talent and experience are combined to produce the N°1 English comedy show in Paris.
Founded in 1895, Le Cordon Bleu institute has been teaching the techniques and expertise inherited from the great names of French cuisine for 120 years. With more than 35 schools in 20 countries, Le Cordon Bleu is the leading global network of culinary arts and hospitality management institutes and teaches 20,000 students of 100 different nationalities every year.
Le Cordon Bleu offers programmes in culinary arts, as well as masters and MBAs degrees in hospitality management and tourism.
A wide range of culinary workshops, in French and English, are available at Le Cordon Bleu Paris for private individuals, groups of amateurs and professionals.
The lessons take the form of either demonstrations or workshops.
Come and join us overlooking the Seine, in an ultramodern setting, and learn alongside the prestigious Le Cordon Bleu Chefs.
Lost in Frenchlation brings the best of French cinema to the international community in Paris. They host screenings of French films with English subtitles at independent cinemas, each with a convivial cocktail hour before the movie for catching up with friends. Private screenings are available upon request.
The history of the Musée d´Orsay is quite unusual. In the centre of Paris on the banks of the Seine, opposite the Tuileries Gardens, the museum was installed in the former Orsay railway station, built for the Universal Exhibition of 1900. The building itself can be classed as the first "work of art" in the Musee d'Orsay, which displays collections of art from the period 1848 to 1914.
Formerly a royal palace, the Louvre has embraced the history of France for eight centuries. Intended as a universal museum since its inception in 1793, its collections - among the finest in the world - span several thousands of years and a territory that extends from America to the confines of Asia. Divided among eight departments, these collections feature works admired throughout the globe, including the Mona Lisa, the Winged Victory of Samothrace, and the Venus de Milo. With nearly ten million visitors in 2012, the Louvre is the world’s most visited museum.
Opened in the spring of 1913, the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées is without doubt one of the most beautiful performance venues in Paris. The building houses three stages - Le Grand Théâtre (the main theatre) is home to opera, dance, symphony concerts and recitals, while the more intimate settings of La Comédie and Le Studio host repertory theatre.
Visit WH Smith and discover the largest English bookshop in Paris, in since 1903. A wide variety of products is available, including British stationery and gifts, DVD’s and games, British and American food, the musts of children’s literature, etc.
You can also enjoy a proper English breakfast or afternoon tea the Twinings Tea Room located on the first floor of the bookshop. If you are looking for a place where you can relax, read a book or even work, thanks to the complimentary Wi-Fi, look no further. It’s definitely the perfect place to savour Twinings’ most prestigious teas while enjoying traditional English products!