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Bastille Day Festival at Borough Market – Sunday 12th July 2015

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For the eighth year running, Bankside and Borough Market are hosting London’s largest free Bastille Day Festival to celebrate France’s national day with an extravaganza of all things French. The party starts a couple of days early on Sunday 12th July in and around the  surroundings of London’s historic food market, Borough Market.

Enjoy family-friendly fun including magicians, street performers and live music. Get competitive with the classic French game of boules, a pétanque court will be set up outside authentic French restaurant Boro Bistro. In the true spirit of the French revolution there will be a guillotine provided by The London Tombs
There will be Live music from Les Moineaux de Paris, a vintage style French band inspired by the sounds of Edith Piaf.

French cookery demonstrations in the Market Hall at Borough Market

Java dance lessons and improv workshops

Have your face painted (red, white and blue optional!)

French bread bakery classes at Bread Ahead.

If you would like further information or book tickets, visit the Festival website here

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