Bastille Day 2019
Plant 4, 5 Third Street, Bowden
Sunday 14 July, 6pm - 10:30pm

Celebrate le 14 Juillet with a night of music, laughter and fun for the whole family! Enjoy delicacies from a buffet of French food, wine and champagne. $10 per Adult and free for children under 12. Ticket price includes all entertainment, food and a glass of champagne on arrival. Booking essential.

Club de Lecture: Couleurs de l'incendie
319 Young Street, Wayville
Thursday 18 July, 6:30pm - 8pm

This month, the book club will discuss Couleurs de l'incendie by Pierre Lemaitre, which follows Madeleine, the sole heiress of the immense financial empire left by her recently deceased father, who must now take over the management of the family bank. Please contact Laureline for more information.



Enrolment for Term 3 courses at the Alliance Française are still open for kids, teens and adults. Enrol by Monday 8 July to receive our Earlybird discount
and get 5% off your course fees!

Our courses are available for all ages, levels, and proficiencies, just contact us on 8272 4281, by email at adelaide@af.org.au, or enrol online and we will help you find the class that is just right for you!



Adults

Kids & Teens



Courses designed for complete beginners to proficient speakers. Enrich your child’s life and open their mind: enrol them in a French class!




Winter Holiday Courses: 8-17 July

Wanting to refresh your French or get a headstart?
We are offering workshops and intensive courses during the winter break.
No registration free required. Enrolment still open online.

Phonétique
Improve your pronunciation through different exercises.
Open to students of all levels.

La fonction des mots dans la phrase
(A1 Level)
(A2 Level)
Learn the terminology of French grammar. Learn how to differentiate the nature of a word from its function to help you learn French grammar.

Speak French Like a Native!
Learn idiomatic expressions to sound more French and to understand French speakers better! During this workshop, you will see common expressions used in every day life through different mediums such as texts or videos.
Open to A2/B1 level students.

Froggy French for Kids
(Pre-school & Reception)
(Year 1-3)
Through different activities, your child will be entertained while learning useful vocabulary and sentences in French. Your child will learn about animals and wildlife, worldwide food, and hobbies and sports. All day activities will be led by our native French teachers.

If you have any questions, contact us by phone at 8272 4281 or by email.




French Intensive for Year 11 and 12

For students studying Year 11 or 12 SACE or IB, we offer our French intensive course for more preparation. This course will help students brush up on their grammar, listening, comprehension, and written and oral skills; and prepare Year 12 students for the SACE Continuers French exam, focusing on three strands: Communication, Understanding Language and Understanding Culture.

Dates:
Monday 8 to Thursday 11 July from 10am to 1pm.

Online enrolment now open





Mulots Pâtisserie

Macarons & Brioche


143a King William Rd, Hyde Park
Monday 8 July, 6pm-10pm


Discover authentic French recipes with pâtissier, André Guerinet, and arouse your five senses. In June, get an intro to macarons and brioche.

Classes are held at Mulots and include a dégustation/light dinner. $150 per person per course with a 10% discount for Alliance Française members (please bring your membership card on the day).

More information available here




Mercury Cinema

Le Trou


Mercury Cinema, North Terrace
Monday 15 July, 7pm


Jacques Becker’s meticulously crafted Le Trou follows a group of imprisoned men and their desperate attempt to escape, rebelling against the forces outside and undermining within.

Stripped of sentiment (or even score) but imbued with a humanistic adoration for our convicts, see Becker’s complete vision at The Mercury Cinema’s Adelaide Cinémathèque.

Purchase a season pass here.




Palace Films

Who You Think I Am


A big hit at this year's French Film Festival, Who You Think I Am returns to Adelaide from 1 August! Few films have afforded the incomparable Juliette Binoche the opportunity to showcase her remarkable range as this gripping & teasing new thriller, where she stars as a divorced mother whose life is upended after becoming entangled in an online relationship with dangerous repercussions.

For your chance to WIN one of 10 double passes, valid at advance screenings 26-28 July, email us with your answer to this question: for which film did Juliette Binoche win an Academy Award (an Oscar) for Best Supporting Actress?




Scotch College

Les Miserables


Fisher Chapel, Scotch College
26 July to 3 August


Enter the world of 19th century France with the Scotch College Performing Arts' production of Les Misérables School Edition, performed entirely by students.

A musical by Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg, the production follows Jean Valjean, a French peasant, and his desire for redemption after serving nineteen years in jail for having stolen a loaf of bread for his sister's starving child.

Book your tickets here.








CONTACT US 

Alliance Française d'Adélaïde Inc.

319 Young Street
Wayville SA 5034
AUSTRALIA
+61 (0) 8 8272 4281

adelaide@af.org.au
www.af.org.au

   

Opening Hours:

Monday - Thursday:
 9am - 6:30pm
Friday: 9am - 3:30pm
Saturday: 9:30am - 12:30pm
Sunday and public holidays: Closed

School Holidays:

Monday - Thursday: 9am - 5pm
Friday: 9am - 3:30pm
Saturday, Sunday & public holidays: Closed



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