Brochure & Timetable   Cultural Centre
 
For more information contact:
Françoise Brung
cultural@alliance-francaise.ie
(01) 638 14 47
All events take place in the Alliance Française Dublin and are free of charge, unless otherwise stated

Welcome to our Cultural Centre

The Alliance Française in Dublin organises or sponsors many
events in connection with French Culture: concerts, exhibitions,
shows, screenings, plays, conferences, book launch, etc.
For our current exhibition please visit our
Gallery page

         
Exhibition   Special   Concert
   
Festival Prévert:
Les Collages
  French Touch:
French Online Series Night
  Alliance Française Choir
Annual Recital

Until 30 June
Admission free

To commemorate the 40th anniversary of Jacques Prévert's death, the Alliance Française, with the support of the French Embassy in Ireland and Institut Français, is pleased to host an exclusive exhibition of Jacques Prévert's collages.
We find the same themes in Prévert’s collages as we do in his writings: Through the association of disconnected images and diversions, he invites us to think about the world as it truly is and humorously yet vehemently denounces the power of politics and the Church, society with its injustices.

 

 
Tuesday 30 May   6.30pm
Admission free 

Dublin Web Festival is the first Irish celebration of online storytelling. Since 2015 it has been showcasing international creative online series on big screen with an Irish grounding and a quirky French touch. The Festival team decided to keep up with the online creativity by offering a special screening at the Alliance Française on May 30th 2017 where la crème de la crème of French web series will be shown in the newly refurbished French Library. Selections will include Authentik, Surf Therapy, Kill Skills or Gabriel among others.

 
 

Wednesday 31 May – 7.30pm
Admission free

Get your summer off to a sunny start at our annual Maytime concert! The Alliance Française Choir, under the direction of Lucie O’Flynn, cordially invites you to an evening of song and entertainment with a repertoire of French songs, in a variety of styles, ranging from the 16th century to the contemporary, from Passerau to Gounod and Stern.
The AF Choir meets up every Wednesday from 1pm to 2pm from September to May and is open to everyone no matter their level, French speakers and non-speakers alike.

 
   
Theatre   Talk   Screening
   
AF Drama Club Annual
Show: "On joue ce soir ?"
  ATD Quart Monde: The
Joseph Wresinski Legacy
  IFI French Film Club:
From the Land of the Moon

Friday 9 June 2017 –  7pm
Admission free
Saturday 10
June 2017 –  7pm
Admission free

The Alliance Française Drama Club members invite you to the performances  of their new show “On joue ce soir ?

Will the show be ready on time? Will the actors be set for the final call? Will the director have finished pulling her hair out trying to find solutions to the obstacles in her way? Will there be an audience to speak of? May be you’ll find out by attending this delightful charade!

 
 

Tuesday 13 June 2017 5pm to 7pm
Admission free

Meet the French man who first introduced the concept of social exclusion, who initiated the United Nations Day for the Eradication of Poverty and is the inspirational figure behind the 2012 UN Guiding Principles on Human Rights and Extreme Poverty.
Join a 2 hours "Wresinski Legacy Free Workshop" organised by All Together in Dignity (ATD) Ireland with the support of the Alliance Française to celebrate the centenary of the birth of Joseph Wresinski.
Workshop will be run in French and English.

 
 

Wednesday 28 June – 6.15pm
€9.40 / €7.50 AF & IFI Members

Actress/director Nicole Garcia’s adaptation of Milena Agus’ novella features another wholly immersed performance from Marion Cotillard as Gabrielle, a rebellious spirit in post-WWII France.
Beginning in the 1950s, Garcia presents an extended flashback to 1940s Provence where Gabrielle’s flagrant disregard for social norms leads her harried parents to give her an ultimatum: choose marriage or the madhouse.

Irish Film Institute, 6 Eustace Street, Dublin 2