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June 2020

Culturethèque: A free digital Library

June 25, 2020 - February 25, 2021
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The Institute Français online. Enjoy thousands of free resources from home on the Institute’s Français digital library Culturethèque! Their online collection includes books, magazines, podcasts, videos, resources for French teachers and learners, and many more. Regularly updated with the latest press articles and new French learning material, it also features a treasure trove of award winning novels, comics and kids’ books. Feel free to browse around and immerse yourself in a rich world of discoveries, from curated content dedicated to…

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February 2021
£5

BRITAIN IN AND OUT OF EUROPE

February 25 | 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Online conversation with Robert Tombs and Sonia Delesalle-Stolper In his latest book This Sovereign isle. Britain In and Out of Europe (Allen Lane, 2021), historian Robert Tombs shows that the decision to leave the EU is historically explicable – though not made historically inevitable – by Britain’s very different historical experience and because of more extensive and deeper ties outside Europe. The UK is a European country, but also an island unlike France, Germany, Poland or Hungary, and for most of the 150 centuries…

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March 2021
£5

RELAX BABY BE COOL: A TRIBUTE TO SERGE GAINSBOURG

March 2 | 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Online conversation with Jeremy Allen and David McKenna To this day the multifaceted French musician & singer-songwriter Serge Gainsbourg remains an icon of French chanson and pop culture. Often provocative, scandalous at times, he marked the French pantheon of music with hits such as Je t’aime moi non plus with the no-less iconic Jane Birkin, and Bonnie and Clyde to name but a few, and many artists from the international scene claim his influence from Pulp to Massive Attack, Air to Iggy Pop. Upon…

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