Enjoy our French cultural events!

The Alliance Française de Sydney organises many cultural events on a monthly basis: exhibitions, concerts, conferences, cooking classes, and our traditional French events (Le Beaujolais Nouveau, Bastille Day Celebration, La Fête de la Musique). These all contribute to a very dynamic and eclectic program that will appeal to anyone who likes French culture or wants to learn more about it. These events also allow our students to immerse themselves in all aspects of French culture and practice their French. While most events are open to everyone, some are reserved for our members only.

Our major event is the Alliance Française French Film Festival, jointly organised every year in March by the 6 main Alliance Françaises of Australia, which showcases the best of French contemporary cinema.

Each month, we also recommend a selection of French events that are organised by Sydney’s main cultural institutions. Thanks to the strong relationships we have built with them, discounted ticket prices and other advantages are offered to the Alliance Française de Sydney members.

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ALLIANCE FRANÇAISE DE SYDNEY EVENTS

Dis Moi Dix Mots

Dis Moi Dix Mots

Enter our photo competition for a chance to win a trip to New Caledonia or $1000 cash!

Ciné Club 27 February 2017: Mon Roi

Ciné Club 27 February 2017: Mon Roi

Be sure to catch Maïwenn's acclaimed film "Mon Roi" starring Vincent Cassel.

Alliance Française French Film Festival

Alliance Française French Film Festival

The Alliance Française French Film Festival returns in Sydney from 7 to 30 March showcasing 45 films of the best of contemporary French cinema. Full programme and ticketing available.

Opening Night - Alliance Française French Film Festival special event

Opening Night - Alliance Française French Film Festival special event

Set sail with us as the Festival opens with this mesmerising tale of innovative discoveries. Enjoy a glass of sparkling wine and live music as we set the scene.

Closing Night - Alliance Française French Film Festival special event

Closing Night - Alliance Française French Film Festival special event

Sip a glass of French wine and enjoy canapés as we close the Festival with this light-hearted comedy of mid-life surprises.

Alliance Française French Film Festival special event: Farewell my queen

Alliance Française French Film Festival special event: Farewell my queen

Enjoy a glass of wine and French delicacies before revisiting the beauty of Versailles with this award-winning film.

Alliance Française French Film Festival special event: A kid

Alliance Française French Film Festival special event: A kid

Presented by the Consulate General of Canada, enjoy a glass of wine and Canadian nibbles before this heart-warming story.

Alliance Française French Film Festival special event: One man and his cow

Alliance Française French Film Festival special event: One man and his cow

Travel through the French countryside with this road trip comedy, with a pre-screening glass of wine and cheese tasting.

Alliance Française French Film Festival special event: The Dancer

Alliance Française French Film Festival special event: The Dancer

Be entranced by this film inspired by the life of a pioneer of modern dance with pre-screening entertainment.

French Events In Sydney

Versailles is coming to Australia

Versailles is coming to Australia

See some of the world’s greatest treasures at Versailles: Treasures from the Palace, exclusive to the NGA in Canberra.

Risqué Revue - Darlinghurst

Risqué Revue - Darlinghurst

Indulge yourself at Risqué Revue, an evening of fine French cuisine, accompanied by a magnificent production show set in the heart of Paris.

Barbu - Cirque Alfonse

Barbu - Cirque Alfonse

Direct from Canada, Cirque Alfonse is one of world's greatest circus companies, famed for shows that explore the edges of contemporary circus.

Ravel's Bolero

Ravel's Bolero

Chief Conductor David Robertson celebrates the spirit of the dance, from the village squares of Transylvania to the electricity of Ravel's Bolero.