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   Screening   Workshop
L'Histoire de France
racontée par la pub
  IFI French Film Club:
Fidelio, L'Odyssée d'Alice
  Alliance Française Choir
New season

1 October – 27 November
Admission free

This exhibition presents a series of humorous highlights of French History through the representation of a series of key historical figures who shaped the French imagination.
Colourful and stylised, these advertisement posters, chosen form the rich collection of the Bibliothèque Forney, cross historical boundaries and propose a new twist on history and memory.

More information



Tuesday 6 October – 6.30pm
€8.90 / €7 AF & IFI Members

Lucie Borleteau’s debut feature Fidelio, Alice’s Journey stars Ariane Labed as Alice, a thirty year old engineer and the only female crew member aboard a vast cargo ship called the Fidelio.
Director of the Alliance Française Philippe Milloux will introduce the film and a raffle for a free 8 week-long French Course will be held just before the screening!

Irish Film Institute, 6 Eustace Street, Dublin 2


Every Wednesday 12.45-2.00pm
1st October - 9 December
€55 / €50 for AF members

The AF Choir will resume its activity under the direction of Lucie O’Flynn. The repertoire is mainly French and in a variety of styles, from the medieval to the contemporary, without forgetting songs from around the world. The sessions begin with a good warm-up and vocal work. The choir will work towards a Christmas concert.

Talk   Talk   Tasting
Café Historique:
The Martello Towers
  Digital Culture Media:
Focus on Blogs
  Wine Tasting:
Languedoc Roussillon

Thursday 8 October – 6.30pm
Admission free / RSVP

A failed assassination attempt links Killiney Bay and Napoleon. This talk will outline the defences of the bay against a French invasion (1793-1815) and the subsequent history and recent restoration of one of the Martello Towers (including display of a scale model).

Talk in French Q&A in French/English.


Tuesday 20 October – 6.30pm
Admission free / RSVP

Culture and digital are more and more frequently linked to  one another. While the cultural offer grows and spreads, the ease of access to the Internet has given people the opportunity to learn about different cultures and societies at the push of a button. Thomas Hubert from Les Frères James, Joanne Cronin from Stitch and Bear and Jean O'Halloran from ITT Dublin will be here to help us understand this cultural revolution.


Thursday 22 October – 6.30pm
€20 / €15 AF Members
(only payment secures booking)

Honest2Goodness Wines present wines from the Languedoc region where passionate wine producers are committed to quality, terroir and the promotion of their local grape varieties.

The tasting will be run by Colm Carter in a convivial and friendly atmosphere. Learning has never been so easy.