Ian Moore returns to The France Show
Posted on 12 September 2018
Best-selling author, comedian, BBC Radio regular and Living France columnist, Ian Moore is back at The France Show by popular demand.
Ian has lived in rural France for 14 years with his Anglo-French family, and for most of that time the locals have called him ‘Monsieur So British’, a nod to his mod-style of dressing and his permanent confusion over French greetings etiquette. Then Brexit happened, and after a two year struggle he finally has French citizenship.
But has he gone full-on French? Is it all Breton shirts and berets now? Has he forsaken his use of car indicators entirely? More importantly, after two years in a bureaucratic maze, why did he embark on another trial by paperwork and try to open a chambres d’hôtes?
For those who have read Ian’s best-selling books on life in rural France, his chambres d’hôtes is an opportunity to see at first hand if ‘A 21st Century Tony Hancock’ and ‘Basil Fawlty in a Mod suit’ really are accurate reviews…
A mixture of stand up, book readings and Q&A, once again Ian’s show is not to be missed.
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