Originally designed as a home, then a musée d’art, check out the latest exhibition at the Case Carrère, Bages
Book Club: The Elegance of the Hedgehog, Muriel Barbery. I would thoroughly recommend it, particularly to anyone with a French connection.
C’’est Mardi matin, Prades rassemble bien
Le grand marché hebdomadaire
Sur la grande place, des stands face à face
Exposent leurs meilleures affaires
French writer and poet describes the massacre as unspeakable, its wounds so deep that we dare not mention them, in this desolate poem, ‘Oradour’.
Famous French poet Arthur Rimbaud wrote Le Dormeur du Val when he was just 16, possibly based on his very real experiences of travel across France during the Franco-Prussian War
Journalist, travel writer, and war poet, Edmund Blunden’s career was shaped by his experiences on the front in World War I from 1916 to 1918. The following poem gives us an idea of what it…
A fascinating, funny, but tragic book, this true story is an account of Rupert and Jacquie’s life in our region over a ten year period.
Chloé is gentle, tenacious, ferocious, kind, generous minded – and one helluva talented artist.
The Red Box: Previously unseen photos of the Spanish Civil War at Galérie Marianne in Argeles Village
Situated in the heart of Occitanie, the Lauragais is largely ignored by the millions who visit its neighbours each year – Toulouse and Carcassonne. Discover the rich history of this special place with Colin Duncan Taylor’s latest book.