Special Events

Panache Theatre -  AGM​​

Panache Theatre - AGM​​

Wednesday, 21 February - 7:30pm
Alliance Française, 319 Young St, Wayville

Panache will be holding their AGM, with drinks and nibbles at 7:30pm with reports available, whilst the AGM will begin at 8 pm. There is no election, however, there is a vacancy on the committee. Only financial members of Panache in 2018 may nominate and vote at the AGM. Those who have not yet renewed their membership or who would like to join, should do so prior to the meeting.

27 February - 6pm-7:30pm
Bradley Forum, Hawke Building, Unisa City West Campus

The University of South Australia, the Alliance Française d'Adélaïde, the French Embassy in Australia and the Conversation are inviting you to attend a conversation between Maxime Forest, Senior lecturer and associate researcher at Sciences Po Paris, and Bronwyn Winter, Deputy Director of the European Studies Program at the University of Sydney and an affiliated scholar with Sciences Po Paris.

Maxime Forest and Browyn Winter are co-editors of Global Perspectives on Same Sex Marriage: A Neo Institutional Approach (Palgrave 2017).

To get more information and to register, go to: https://www.unisa.edu.au/…/Events-calendar/same-sex-marria…/

Wednesday, 28 February - 6:30pm-8pm
Alliance Française, 319 Young St, Wayville

For this month's Club de Lecture, the club will continue to discuss La Possibilité d'une île by Michel Houellebecq, which tells the story of Daniel, a successful comedian, and his two clones, in a post-apocalyptic future set in a cloning cult.

A new way to practise your French, Club de Lecture allows you to develop and improve your reading and comprehension skills.

If you would like to know more, please contact Laureline.

Sunday, 18 March - 3pm-4:30pm
Concordia College Chapel, 45 Cheltenham St, Highgate

To celebrate the special relationship between Unley and Pozières, between France and South Australia, and to mark the 100th anniversary of the Armistice of World War I, Alliance Française and the City of Unley, with the support of the French Embassy in Australia, are delighted to bring to you a performance by French pianist, Maxime Zecchini. To be held in the lovely chapel of Concordia College, this free piano recital will provide a unique opportunity to enjoy the music of an award winning, international pianist.

Find out more and get your tickets here.

22 March - 15 April
Palace Nova Cinemas - Eastend & Prospect

The 29th annual Alliance Française French Film Festival, returns to Palace Nova Eastend – and the newly opened Palace Nova Prospect – from 22 March to 15 April.
See all the Festival has to offer with an incendiary selection of 47 features, 2 documentaries and a cheeky Parisian TV series, which showcases the passion, artistry and dazzling diversity of contemporary French cinema.

Thursday 22 March - 6:30pm
Palace Nova Eastend, 3 Cinema Pl

Join us on 22 March as we launch the 2018 edition of the Alliance Francaise French Film Festival with our Opening Night, which will begin at 6:30pm with a delectable array of canapes and French wines, followed by a screening of the marvellous opening film, C’est la vie! (Le sens de la fête), and the Opening Night Party.
We hope you will join us for this spectacular evening and start off the French Film Festival with a bang!

To buy tickets, go to: www.palacenova.com.au/films/fff18-cest-la-vie
For more information, go to: www.affrenchfilmfestival.org/film/c-est-la-vie

Tuesday 27 March - 6pm
Palace Nova Eastend, 3 Cinema Pl

Take a trip to one of the most popular tourist destinations in France with a slice of Norman apple tart, some camembert and a glass of cider. The night will begin at 6pm with delicious Norman apple tarts, camembert and cider, followed by a special screening of Normandy Nude. We hope you will join us for this spectacular evening and celebrate the marvellous region that is Normandy.
This event is supported by Mulots Pâtisserie and City of Port Adelaide Enfield Council, sister city to Cherbourg-en-Cotentin, Normandy.

To buy tickets, go to: www.palacenova.com.au/films/fff18-normandy-nude
For more information, see: www.affrenchfilmfestival.org/film/normandy-nude

Thursday 5 April - 6pm
Palace Nova Eastend, 3 Cinema Pl

Enjoy this refreshing comedy and the exquisite beauty of Burgundy landscapes with a glass of wine and cheese tasting. The night will begin at 6pm with a variety of delicious French cheeses and wines, followed by a special screening of Back to Burgundy, which perfectly captures the transfixing beauty of seasonal change across one of France’s most famous winemaking regions.
This event is supported by Bottega Rotolo.

To buy tickets, go to: www.palacenova.com.au/films/fff18-back-to-burgundy
For more information, see: www.affrenchfilmfestival.org/film/back-to-burgundy

Sunday, 15 April - 6:30pm
Palace Nova Eastend, 3 Cinema Pl

Enjoy this hilarious romantic comedy for the closing of the Festival, Sunday April 15. The night will begin at 6:30pm with a delectable array of canapes and French wines, before a special screening of the marvellous closing film, 50 Is The New 30, as director, screenwriter and actress, Valérie Lemercier takes on the central role of Marie-Francine. We hope you will join us for this spectacular evening and close the 2018 Alliance Francaise French Film Festival with style.

To buy tickets, go to: www.palacenova.com.au/films/fff18-50-is-the-new-30
For more information, see: www.affrenchfilmfestival.org/film/50-is-the-new-30




Alliance Française d'Adélaïde Inc.

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

Opening Hours:

Monday - Thursday : 9.00 am – 6.30 pm
Friday: 9.00 am – 3.30 pm
Saturday: 9.30 am – 12.30 pm
Sunday: Closed

School Holidays:

Monday - Thursday: 9.00 am - 5.00 pm
Friday : 9.00 am - 3.30 pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed

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