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Students using  acting to learn language skills

What's Play with French.?

Play with French is a playful way to learn a language.

We are language teachers and professional actors & we use acting games and exercises to get you talking and connecting in your new language.

All of our courses are run online through zoom.

You don't need any acting experience!

It's all just fun and games.

Why learn through play?

Our brain learns best when it's in play mode

and a language is learnt best through real social interactions.


You will improve your French,

Meet new people,

Build up your confidence and acting skills

Play like a child,

Release some stress and have fun.

“Play is the highest form of research.”


- Albert Einstein

Students using acting to learn language skills

What will happen when you join?

You will learn new vocabulary & Improve your grammar and pronunciation.

You will have your new language ready to use in the real world.


You will also:

Build up your confidence, and feel more 

comfortable in front of the camera

Improve your performance skills (presence, confidence, partner work etc.) and have lots of fun.


and by playing games you will:

Connect with other people

Boost your energy

& release some daily stress.

and most importantly:

You will remember what you've learnt.

French booking

Book a course &

Play with French. 

Beginners - Intermediate 


6.30 - 8.30pm, UK time

3rd Nov - 8th Dec 2020

Course Price.

Full price £162

Early Bird £147

£5 Taster Class.

27th October 2020


Intermediate - Advanced


6.30 - 8.30pm, UK time

4th Nov - 9th Dec 2020

Course Price.

Full price £162

Early Bird £147

£5 Taster Class.

28th October 2020


Where we play.

All classes run online via Zoom.

You will get your access link before the course starts

Your French teacher.

Salut, I'm Anne-Sophie

I’m originally from Paris but I’ve also lived in Nice, the French countryside, the US, UK and Ireland, leading me to a degree in Comparative Literature + Teaching French a Second Language and later an Associate Degree in Acting.

I’ve been a Londoner for 9 years now, where I’ve been teaching French as a second language for students of all levels and all ages (ie 8 to 70 so far). 

As I’m also an actress, writer, dramaturg, voiceover artist and translator, I’m very excited to combining language learning and theatre again (also known in certain circles as combining efficiency with tons of fun)

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