Institut Français d'Ecosse

Institut Français d'Ecosse
13 Randolph Crescent, Edinburgh, EH3 7TT
  • Telephone 0131 225 5366
  • Opening times Mon–Fri 9.30am–6.30pm; Sat 9.30am–1pm; closed Sun.
  • Seasonal times Aug 5–31: Daily 9.30am–9pm.
  • Website www.ifecosse.org.uk
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Institut Français d'Ecosse

The Institut Francais d'Ecosse in Edinburgh's West End exists to promote French culture and language within Scotland. This is done through a variety of language courses, hosted events such as film screenings, recitals, talks and theatre, and initiatives such as the French drama competition for primary schools. It houses in its premises Le Bistrot, a café that welcomes French food lovers all year round.

Events at this venue

There are 4 events at this location

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Collage à la Fernand Léger

An arts and crafts workshop in which you can discover the work of Fernand Léger, in French. Under 7s must be accompanied by an adult. Parents go free.

Sat 27 May

Members £4 / 0131 225 5366

Edinburgh Language Learning Theatre Workshops with TSA

Bonjour/Hello! Whether you want to learn from scratch French/English or polish up your high school skills, join our fun workshops to experience language learning in a different way outside the classroom! At Theatre Sans Accents we strongly encourage adults and children to improve their linguistic skills on their feet and…

Thu 1 Jun

£12 / 0131 225 5366

Practice your French through Drama! (Intermediate/advanced)

  • 18:00

Thu 8 Jun

£12 / 0131 225 5366

Practice your French through Drama! (Intermediate/advanced)

  • 18:00

Thu 15 Jun

£12 / 0131 225 5366

Practice your French through Drama! (Intermediate/advanced)

  • 18:00

Les Cuivres Diaboliques

The Wallace Collection Brass Ensemble perform as Les Cuivres Diaboliques (The Diabolical Brasses) with a programme of early 19th century French music used to conjure the supernatural.

Thu 1 Jun

£7 (Members £5) / 0131 225 5366

Programme includes: Jean-François Bellon Quintette no 1, Prospère-Aginor Mimart Septuor no 1, Pierre-François Clodomir Deuxième Divertissement for two cornets and bass horn, Jean-François Bellon Quintette no 12 and Giacomo Meyerbeer Potpourri: Robert le Diable.

Lost in Translation: A Bilingual Journey

Theatre Sans Accents What happens in the mind of a bilingual person? Lose yourself in a joyful and intimate journey celebrating languages, cliches and pop culture. Interactive and thought-provoking: a performance like no other, pushing and questioning both theatrical and European frontiers.

Fri 4 Aug

Theatre

£6 / 0131 225 5366

Preview Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Sat 5 Aug

Theatre

£6 / 0131 225 5366

Preview Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Sun 6 Aug

Theatre

£6 / 0131 225 5366

Preview Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

…and 18 more dates until 28 Aug

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