In line with government indications, we’re giving you an overview of what’s happening at Alliance Française, including any information you may need.


All classes resumed at Alliance Française' premises, with a strict respect of safe management measures. 

Students and staff must wear masks when at Alliance Française. Face shields will only be allowed for medical reasons. Young children are encouraged to also wear masks (face shields should not be used as a substitute for mask wear, except for medical exceptions, or where the child is 12 years or younger).

In classroom, group works will be done in groups of not more than 5 people, in line with the permitted group size for social gatherings. 

All activities will be strictly cohortised by class. 

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From 13 September onwards, and in line with prevailing Government safe management measures, our theatre will be able to welcome more people for our screenings and live performances! The audience must belong to one of the categories mentioned below, and be in groups of up to 5 people

- Fully vaccinated patrons - an individual will be considered “fully-vaccinated” two weeks after he or she has received the full regimen of vaccines, and will have to present a valid proof of vaccination (TraceTogether app or vaccination cert) at our door. 
- Recovered individuals within 270 days of their first positive PCR test and with a valid pre-event Testing exemption certificate.
- Guests who do not meet the above two criteria may produce a valid Approved Document with negative COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test (ART) or COVID-19 Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test result to attend these screenings. Please ensure that your test result is still valid at the time the event ends. The validity of a negative COVID-19 Test result is 24 hours from the time the patron was registered at the testing premises to take the test. Self-test kits are NOT valid.
- Unvaccinated children below 12 may be included in a group of up to 5 persons if all the children are from the same household.

Please note that there is no change for the storytelling (11 September): the maximum capacity is still limited to 50 people, thus no vaccination status or PET result will be required. 


Access is reserved for members of Alliance Française  and is limited to 1 person per individual membership (or 1 child + 1 adult if the member is under 12 years old) and 4 people per family membership.
Library users will be required to make an appointment ;  only students who have classes on that day do not need to reserve a slot. Guests without appointments will not be allowed to enter. 
- Guests will be required to sanitise their hands before entering the library. 
Capacity: 6 people max, respecting the rules of social distancing.
Duration: 30 minutes
- On-site reading of the library's resources (magazines, comics, etc.) is not permitted; only borrowing is possible.

Opening hours

Tue - Fri 10am - 7pm
Sat 9.30am - 5.30pm
Mon, Sun & PH Closed

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The capacity is limited to 13 persons in groups of  pax max.


Café Diabolo is open to dining in to groups of 5 people if fully vaccinated or with a PET of less than 24hrs. 

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Check-ins must be performed using the TraceTogether app or a token.

Members/students who are unwell, or who have household members on Home Quarantine Order/Stay Home Notice or have adult household members with flu-like symptoms such as fever and cough, shall not come to Alliance Française.

Temperature taking process will still be kept in place for the safety of our students, staff, and visitors of Alliance Française.

In addition, we thank external parties (e.g. parents) to minimize their come to Alliance Française as much as possible.

Alliance Française will organize more frequent cleaning of high-touch surfaces and disinfection of premises done daily.