Cercle Francais de Chiswick – Monet and the Tiger

The French Circle of Chiswick was founded in 1990 to facilitate the meeting between French residents, Francophiles and students of French through conferences given by Francophone specialists, as well as other cultural activities.
 
Most of the speakers who come to the Circle are part of the Alliance Française. They have a lot of experience, and give lectures all over England, as well as in different countries of Europe. Moreover, they all have a varied list of themes, and it is for this reason that we invite some on several occasions. 
As we prepare the program for the coming season, we try to choose themes that interest most of our members, with as much variety as possible. From time to time we contact other French Circles for recommendations of speakers and themes that their members have particularly appreciated.

Friday, October 12, 2018 
Monet and the TigerLine Playfair

Friday, November 9
A less known Paris Vincent Raymond-Barker

Friday, November 30 * 
Champagne Rosé - a festive style that is not reserved for summer Françoise Peretti
 

Friday, January 11, 2019
Hélène Berr: a soul present until the end Saïda Goutel

Friday, February 8
French overseas Catherine Greensmith

Friday, March 8
The ideal palace of Cheval Factor  Thierry Viennois

Friday, April 12
Three Frenchmen: Zidane, Coluche and Abbot Pierre Vincent Raymond-Barker

Friday, May 10
History of theater, history of which you are the hero Émilie Perraudeau

Friday, May 31 *
The French language at the service of international diplomacyAnnie Kean

 

Annual fee: [conferences included]
 
Adult – £ 30
Couple – £ 45
Student – £ 20
 
Conference excluding contribution £ 7, student £ 3 https://chiswickbuzz.net/index.php?option=com_rseventspro&layout=show&id=11313:cercle-francais-de-chiswick-monet-and-the-tiger

Date

Jan 11 2019

Time

7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
St Michael and All Angels Church

Location

St Michael and All Angels Church
Bath Rd, Chiswick, London W4 1TT, UK
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