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We’ve all endured a move to Paris and for most, we’ve had to adapt! Especially when it comes to living in an apartment. For those lucky enough to live alone the likelihood is that your new apartment is much smaller than back home, but for the rest of us , roommates are the inevitable outcome

The new show BIGRE shows us the challenge of sharing an apartment.  Two men and a woman living together under one roof . BIGRE is a perfect show for any expat as there is minimal dialogue so even if you don’t understand French you’ll appreciate the show.

We’ve got 2 tickets available for one lucky winner to a simple competition. A best answer will be chosen by the editorial team.

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What’s the funniest moment you’ve experienced in your apartment in Paris

competition closes 29/07/2016

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Grumpy in Paris – 5 ways to beat the upcoming ‘winter blues’

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INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS & RESEARCHERS: GET ANSWERS TO THEIR QUESTIONS AND PAPERWORK IN ONE SINGLE PLACE! WELCOME DESK PARIS 2018

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Non-Profit – The Paris Institute for Critical Thinking begin university quality courses in English

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