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Brighton review: VIVE LA FRANCE! @ The Green Door Store Friday 27 January

Friday’s Vive La France offerings at The Green Door Store came in the form of Sing Sing My Darling, Justine Taton and Phoebe Killdeer and The Short Straws.

Brighton review: VIVE LA FRANCE! @ The Green Door Store Thursday 26 January

This year’s Vive La France festival, courtesy of Brighton promoters Melting Vinyl, got started at The Green Door Store with performances by Les Zuts, Mesparrow and Francois and the Atlas Mountains.

Review-Vive La France- Transformer DJs, Sing Sing My Darling, Justine Taton, Phoebe Killdeer and The Short Straws

It was another fantastic night as some of France’s most exciting exports descended upon Brighton’s shores.

Brighton preview: VIVE LA FRANCE! @ various venues 26-28 January 2012

Melting Vinyl’s Vive La France is back for its fourth year as our friends from across the channel take over North Laine for a fantastique couple of days.

Brighton preview: VIVE LA FRANCE! @ The Green Door Store Thursday 26 January

Vive La France gets off to a very French start at the Green Door Store with Francois & The Atlas Mountains, Mesparrow and Les Zuts all on the billing.

Brighton preview: VIVE LA FRANCE! @ The Hope Thursday 26 January

Thursday’s show at The Hope is presented by French taste-makers Les Inrockuptibles and will see Polarsets, College, Air Bag One and JD the DJ (of Les Inrock) all perform.

Brighton preview: VIVE LA FRANCE! @ The Green Door Store Friday 27 January

It’s another quintessentially French night at The Green Door Store this Friday as Phoebe Killdeer & the Short Straws, Justine Taton, Sing Sing My Darling and Transformer DJs all take to the stage.

Brighton preview: VIVE LA FRANCE! @ The Hope Friday 27 January

Friday at The Hope might throw up a few unexpected surprises with Turzi Electronique Experience, Concrete Knives, Halfway and L’Amour Electronique DJs all playing.

Brighton preview: VIVE LA FRANCE! @ Duke of York’s Cinema Saturday 28 January

Saturday night at the Duke of York’s presents a unique opportunity for the full-on-Francophile and the more casual French fan alike.

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