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The Paris House bar in Hove celebrates Bastille Day
2:30pm Tuesday 16th July 2013 in News
It was a Francophile's delight at this pub over the weekend.
The Paris House bar on Western Road was celebrating Bastille Day – which is France’s National day.
Celebrated on July 14 each year, the day commemorates the 1790 Fête de la Fédération.
It is a symbol of the uprising of the modern nation and of the reconciliation of all the French inside the constitutional monarchy.
The pub celebrated the day with live music, a live DJ, a French Food Market, French Style Mime, an accordion player, and a BBQ.
The main attraction was the cancan dancing. Birit Graeber, who works at the pub, said: “The cancan dancers were a hit with customers. The whole day was a great success. The atmosphere was great and everyone had a top time.”
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