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Using theatre to promote peace and neutralise extreme nationalism

By Rosslyn Hyams

In this week’s Art in France, RFi’s Rosslyn Hyams meets young director Justine Wojyniak who has staged a recent Polish play in French with an international cast.

Our Class or Notre Classe at the Epée de Bois in Vincennes, takes place mainly in a village in Poland, and spans seventy years from the pre-World War Two years of the 1930s and up to the early two thousands. It’s about preserving peace and the undesirable effects of nationalism.

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Films ‘Shock Corridor’ and ‘Day of the Outlaw’ adapted on stage

From James Bond to Marie Antoinette - films shot at the Vaux Le Vicomte palace

Paris museum's fresh look at the legacy of performer-rights campaigner Paul Robeson

Olivier Py addresses the challenges of this year's Avignon Festival

Au Fil du Siècle tapestry exhibition weaves French history in colour since WW1

Remembering La Belle Ouvrage of Mai 68 during Cannes Director's Fortnight

Exploring South African photography at the Paris Pompidou Centre