Brochure & Timetable   Cultural Centre
For more information contact:
Françoise Brung
(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   Readings   Theatre
Fares Fares
"La Côte d’Azur"
  European Literature Night: Words on the street   AF Drama Club:
"L’amour dans tous ses états"

Exhibition runs  until 16 June
Admission free

This body of work is a first time exhibit with an aim to present the places along the Côte d'Azur in a different perspective from the classical touristic post card images.

Fares Fares mainly photographs landscapes and architecture absorbed by the interaction of colours and elements to form particular frames. In addition to people’s daily lives and their connection with their surroundings.


Wednesday 20 May – 6.30-8.30pm
Admission free – First come basis

12 Irish personalities will be reading short translated pieces of contemporary writing from European countries in different venues on Parnell Square & the surrounding areas every 30 minutes so that the audience can wander from venue to venue.
The famous Irish Radio &TV presenter Lottie Ryan will read Muriel Barbery’s acclaimed literary work L’Élégance du Hérisson (The Elegance of the Hedgehog)
Full Programme


Thursday 21 May – 7pm
Admission free - RSVP

For the first time, the Alliance Française has assembled its Theatre troupe and wishes to present you a preview showing of its sketch show.
Craziness of love, jealousy of love, everyday love, new love, opportunistic love, all are a good formula that will make our characters sink or swim as they declare their true feelings on stage!
Come many and come all to this kaleidoscope of emotions!

Screening   Special Event   Tasting
IFI French Film Club:
Une nouvelle amie
  Climate project: A polar bear unlike any other!   Wine Tasting:
Bordeaux Region

Monday 25 May – 8.30pm
€8.90 / €7 AF & IFI Members

After Jeune et Jolie, the French director François Ozon immerses the spectator into a skillfully triangulated psychological thriller about a woman - Claire (played by Anais Demoustier) - who learns that the husband of her deceased Best Friend (Romain Duris, whose performance was selected for Best Actor during the Césars 2015) is harbouring a most unusual secret.
This adaptation of Ruth Rendell short story The New Girlfriend won the Prix Jacques Prévert du Scénario 2015 in the “adaptation” category.

Irish Film Institute, 6 Eustace Street, Dublin 2


Wednesday 27 May – 6pm
Admission free - RSVP

To illustrate the importance of recycling and the protection of the environment, two classes from CM1 (5th class) and 6e (1st year) from the Lycée Français d’Irlande went to Shankhill beach at the end of March to help clean the beaches of Dublin Bay.
From this household waste, the pupils created a Polar bear – a symbol of global warming – as a means to bring attention to the dangerous consequences of some of our actions on our environment.
The Alliance Française invites you to discover this bear as well as an exposition recounting the stages of this pedagogical project on the 27th of May!


Thursday 28 May  – 6.30pm
€20 / €15 AF Members

Honest2Goodness Wines will  hold its second tasting from their series of tastings and presentations on regional French Wines during at the AF. They are a niche importer of wines from passionate, committed European wine producers who focus on quality, terroir and promoting their local indigenous grape varieties.

This month we will be looking at the Bordeaux region wines.

The tasting will be run by Colm Carter (DipWSET) who is a real fan of wines.