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Cultural Agenda March 2018

Café Histoire
Monday 5th March, 6-7.30pm

Les Choses: un portrait de la France (1958-1968)
Le titre complet du roman de Michel Pérec, Les Choses: Une histoire des années soixante, est la parfaite illustration des mutations que la société française va connaître entre 1958 et 1968: «les années Yé-yé», la société de consommation, l’arrivée du «nouveau cadre». Mais ces changements coïncident-ils avec les ambitions pour la France du Général de Gaulle?

Talk in French


NEW- Café Art
Wednesday 7th March, 6-7.30pm

Café Art ‘Backstage’ on ‘Charles Rennie Mackintosh Unbuilt, a focus exhibition at The Hunterian featuring models of Mackintosh’s unrealised buildings.
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.


Soirée littéraire
Tuesday 13th March, 6-8pm

Scottish author Graeme Macrae Burnet and translator Julie Sibony will discuss the special challenges of translating the bestselling novel His Bloody Project (2015).


Fête de la Francophonie - Theatre Play
Tuesday 20th March, 6.30-8pm

To celebrate La Fête of the Francophonie, we are inviting you to a special play in collaboration with the Theatre sans accents.

"Lost in Translation: A bilingual Journey" is an interactive show told in English, French, Occitan (a French patois), and Gaelic; it is accessible to all.


Café Littéraire
Wednesday 21st March, 2.45-4.15pm

Dans le cadre de la semaine de la francophonie:

Congo Inc. , In Koli Jean Bofane (2014)
Le jeune Isookanga quitte sa forêt et son village pygmée pour faire du business à Kinshasa. Sur son chemin, de nombreux personnages, des plus pauvres aux plus puissants, des plus vils aux plus naïfs, composent un saisissant tableau du Congo contemporain aux prises avec la mondialisation.


Free Film Festival
Wednesday 21st March, 6.30-8pm

We invite you to (re)discover the eccentric universe of the acclaimed animated film Les Triplettes de Belleville.


Concert: Debussy Centenary celebration
Thursday 22nd March, 7-9pm

For the occasion of the centenary of Debussy’s death, we are delighted to support the Chamber concert In Memoriam Claude Debussy, which will take place at Glasgow University’s Memorial Chapel. Conducted by Jon Hargreaves with the RSNO, it promises to be a wonderful event.

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