Cultural Events

CONCERT: An Evening With KIS

AN EVENING WITH KIS 7 :00 PM | Friday, 3rd March | Alliance Française de Bangalore Kodaikanal International School is situated in the beautiful Palani Hills of South India – an ideal location for learning – 7000 feet above sea level where the climate is cool and the environment…breath taking! Since its founding in 1901, KIS has been an autonomous Christian multicultural residential ... Read More »


YOUNG TALENT PROGRAM: Kiran Rajshekar Inauguration: 6:30 PM  | Thursday 2nd March  | Alliance Française de Bangalore Exhibition : 3rd – 21st March Kiran Rajshekar, born on 26 April 1993, is a Bangalore based artist. He is quite comfortable with making prints by etching on zinc or through lithograph, lino-cut and wood block. Though these mediums are time-tested, he uses ... Read More »

CINEMA: Farewell My Indian Soldier

CINEMA: Farewell My Indian Soldier 7.00 pm | 2 March | Alliance Française auditorium Free and open to all    Vijay Singh’s latest film Farewell My Indian Soldier (Mademoiselle France pleure) is a docu-fiction, a moving portrayal of Indian soldiers who came to fight in France and Belgium during the First World War. The presence of these 150,000 soldiers in Europe is a virtually ... Read More »

ANNUAL DAY: Asha Foundation

ANNUAL DAY: Asha Foundation 10 am – 12:30 pm | Wednesday 1st March | Alliance Française de Bangalore Auditorium Open to all Asha Foundation,a not for profit organisation provides intervention at affordable cost, for children with challenges like Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Downs, Learning Disability… In a world where money making and high prices rule, Asha is a service oriented trust ... Read More »

FILM FESTIVAL: Bangalore Queer Film Festival 2017

BANGALORE QUEER FILM FESTIVAL 2017 Friday 24 – Sunday 26, 2017  | Alliance Française de Bangalore The 9th Bengaluru Queer Film Festival 2017 will be hosted by long-time partners and supporters, the Alliance Francaise de Bangalore and Goethe Institut/Max Mueller Bhavan. The festival includes over 50 films from 16 countries.  Apart from the films,  this edition will feature a photo exhibition, closing ... Read More »


CINE FORUM MELIES: The New Kid 7.00 pm | 23rd of February | Alliance Française auditorium Free and open to all // Subtitled in English Rudi Rosenberg, France – 2015 – 1h21min – Comedy Benoit, the new kid at school, is bullied by a gang of arrogant boys. Determined not to be pushed around, Benoit organizes a big party, but only three students turn ... Read More »

CONCERT: Les Songes Voyageurs

LES SONGES VOYAGEURS 7 :00 PM | Sunday 19th  February | Alliance Française de Bangalore Countertenor Thierry Gregoire, a student of James Bowman, Paul Esswood and Henri Ledroi, has won awards from the Yehudi Menuhin Foundation and the Vellutti International Singing Competition (Italiy). A promising voice with a rare and much sought-after tessitura, he made a name for himself in over 350 performances ... Read More »

THEATRE: Love, Sex & Mocha

THEATRE: Love, Sex & Mocha 6:00 pm | 18th February | Alliance Française de Bangalore A quirky rom-com, that infuses slam poetry and theatre as one, is a satire on modern chick flicks that creates a twist on the male-female relationship. Bubbly and frothy, this theatrical effort takes a quirky look at the man’s cup of woes, which seems to ... Read More »

DANCE: Dance DIScourse

Dance DIScourse 6:30 pm | 16th February | Alliance Française de Bangalore PURUSH is an idea of attenDANCE History Society to project, promote and platform the Purush Anga – the male solo dancer. For a decade, dance scholar- historian Ashish Khokar has taken this issue up due to declining number of male solo dancers in India. In each form, less ... Read More »

AF CINEMA: Sophie’s Misfortunes

AF CINEMA: Sophie’s Misfortunes 6.30 pm | 10th of February | Suchitra Cinema & Cultural Academy Free and open to all // Subtitled in English Christophe Honoré, France – 2015 – 1h45min – Dramatic Comedy Sophie de Réan is a playful little girl, alive and curious about life. Surrounded by her cousin Paul and her little comrades, Camille and Madeleine de Fleurville, ... Read More »