French playwright Florian Zeller, who has enjoyed three London stage hits in quick succession, tells Caroline Bishop about creating humour out of tragedy.
Writer Jonathan Lynn tells Caroline Bishop about his new play examining the love-hate relationship between these French military giants.
From Michelin-star dining to buzzy winstubs, Caroline Bishop finds a rich variety of restaurants in the capital of Haut-Rhin.
Singer Lulu Gainsbourg tells Caroline Bishop why he finally decided to follow in the tracks of a cultural legend.
As Yorkshire prepares to launch the Tour de France in July, Caroline Bishop reveals how the county’s arts community has organised a very British festival to celebrate this most French of sporting events.
Actor Robert Lindsay was once a student of mime in Paris and is starring in the new West End musical Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, set on the French Riviera.
As a nationwide tour begins, playwright Rachel Wagstaff tells Caroline Bishop about adapting a celebrated World War I novel for the stage.
New York-born singer Martha Wainwright grew up in Montreal with brother Rufus and their mother, the singer-songwriter Kate McGarrigle.
American jazz singer Stacey Kent has a close relationship with l’Hexagone and relishes sharing it with the rest of the world
With the film version of Les Miserables set to be released, Caroline Bishop talks to the composer and performers about the reasons for the musical’s enduring appeal.