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Cultural Agenda May 2018

’Au cœur de mai 68’ exhibition & documentary screening
Exhibition: Tuesday 1st May to Friday 29th June
Screening: Tuesday 1st May, 6-9pm

On the occasion of the anniversary of ’mai 68’, discover the exhibition of photographs Au cœur de mai 68 by Phillipe Gras. We are also hosting a special screening of the documentary Mai 68: un étrange printemps (Dominique Beaux, 2017).

Free event - Please click here to register.

Cheese Tasting
Thursday 3rd May, 6-8pm

Join us for an enjoyable evening and taste a selection of French cheeses with Phoebe Weller, aka The Roving Fromagière!

Fees: £15 for AF Members - £18 for non Members. Places are limited.

Tuesday 8th May, 3.30-5.45pm

We are delighted to invite children and their family to a ciné-goûter with the screening of the animated film Le Tableau.

Free event - Please click here to register.

Europe Day
Wednesday 9th May between 11am-3pm

Join us to celebrate "la Fête de l’Europe" at George Square!

Café Art
Wednesday 16th May, 6-7.30

Café Art ‘Backstage’ on the Willow Tea Rooms located on Sauchiehall Street, with guest speaker Professor Pamela Robertson.
Join us for our new evnent Café Art with Hunterian Curator Anne Dulau Beveridge to discuss various art related topics in a relaxed atmosphere over a glass of wine or juice.

Free for AF members / £5

An evening with Hédi Kaddour
Thursday 17th May, 6.30pm

Join us for a special meeting with French author Hédi Kaddour. The talk will be followed by book signing and wine reception.

Free event - Please click here to register.

Franco-German Storytelling
Wednesday 23rd May, 4-4:40pm

The libraries of the Goethe Institut & the Alliance Française are delighted to invite you to a storytelling session! The tale will be The musicians of Bremen.

Free event - Please click here to register.

Café Littéraire
Wednesday 23rd May, 2-3.30pm

Dans le cadre du 50ème anniversaire des événements de Mai 68:

L’établi , Robert Linhart (1981)

L’Établi, ce titre désigne d’abord les quelques centaines de militants intellectuels qui, à partir de 1967, s’embauchaient, “ s’établissaient ” dans les usines ou les docks. Celui qui parle, ici a passé une année, comme O S. 2, dans l’usine Citroën de la porte de Choisy. Il raconte la chaîne, les méthodes de surveillance et de répression, il raconte aussi la résistance et la grève.

Fees: £15 (novel included) / £13

Meet Kenneth White in Glasgow
Wednesday 30th May

We are delighted to welcome Scottish poet & author Kenneth White at the Alliance Française Glasgow as part of a series of events organised by the University of Glasgow.

Free event. To book your place, please click here.

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