February 28, 2020 @ 6:30 pm – 10:30 pm



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Relax and imagine that you are sipping a glass of wine in an art gallery in Paris. Join us for a French Friday, you will enjoy delicious French delicacies and make plenty of network opportunities!

Friday, 28 February 2020


From 6.30pm to 7.30pm: Free Trial Class

If you’ve always wanted to learn French, but hesitate to make the first step, our Free Trial Class is for you!
During our French Friday, get a taste of the French language in a fun and relaxed atmosphere: pronounce “Bonjour” and “Ça va” the right way! In just one hour you will learn basic greetings and how to introduce yourself, as well as some other easy key words to start a conversation with native French people.

From 7.30pm to 8.45pm – L’apéro – CANCELLED

Following the MOE and CPE precautionary measures to mitigate the potential risks of Coronavirus infection posed when students gather in large numbers while enabling schools to continue with their usual learning, large group and communal activities such as assemblies and social networkings have been suspended.
Therefore it is with regret that Alliance Française announces the cancellation of l’apéro.

8.45pm: Ciné-Comedy | Our Futures – More info & book tickets

Trying to cope with his life generally, Yann decides to look up Thomas, his best friend from high school who is still the same crazy character as he ever was. They cook up a plan to recreate Yann’s birthday party from their high school days and get all their old friends to come along. This means locating their friends and convincing them to join in their plan. As their friends have changed, their lives and the revelations provide plenty of humor.
FREE (AF members) | S$10.00 (Non-members)

Evening for adults only

Mandatory for members: Membership card to be presented at the door for verification.

Important notice: Alliance Française de Singapour will be temporarily closed from Friday 27 March to Friday 1 May included, in line with the Singapore government’s directive, and to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. More info here.