Pinot! The Musical
  • West End

Have fun learning French! Set in Paris, 'Pinot! The Musical' follows the adventures of Petrov, a young Russian cyclist who dreams of winnng the Tour de France! Follow him and his Cossack dancing friends on their thrilling journey which sees Petrov ingeniously change his name to 'Pinot'!

They meet colourful characters, including a beggar and a bag lady, two rival gangs of spoilt teenagers, and a very annoying policeman who keeps chasing them. The show's catchy songs make learning French easy for children of all ages - and you won't be able to resist singing along!

French song topics include: the days of the week, the alphabet, the numbers, the months of the year, question words and greetings. Although written with French Key Stages 2 and 3 in mind, the show can be enjoyed by anyone from age 3 to 103 who enjoys a good singalong - in French of course!

'An enthusiastic ensemble makes for some memorable moments& teaches basic french in a fun way' - Paul Vale - Musical Theatre Review
'Beautifully produced, perfect for our age group' - Willington School, SW19
'By far the best theatre production for children in terms of language learning' - Hollymount School, SW20


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