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Brisbane French Theatre

Brisbane French Theatre

Just another way to bring the French culture to Brisbane…

The Brisbane French Theatre (BFT) promotes French culture in Queensland through plays performed entirely in French with English subtitles.

What started as a group of friends collaborating on a play, has become a not-for-profit association in its 4th year of running. In 2015, a bunch of theatre amateurs and future friends met while producing there first-ever play performed entirely in French in Brisbane, in collaboration with Growl Theatre: Life x 3 by Yasmina Reza. The project was renewed the following year, after three-sold-out shows, with another of Reza’s plays.

In 2017, the Brisbane French Theatre officially became a not-for-profit association and produced two French plays: The Student and Mr Henri, and Simone Says
In 2018, the BFT produced its first 100% original play: Helas Avril
In 2019, the BFT is producing another ambitious original play - Repeat After Me - as well as offering theatre workshops for adults.

There several opportunities to get involved with the BFT as a volunteer to make these wonderful productions happen. Join the fun!

Check out the website for more information: http://brisbanefrenchtheatre.org

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Brisbane et Gold Coast Accueil

Brisbane et Gold Coast Accueil

Brisbane Accueil’s mission is to welcome, inform, and support French speakers and their families settled in Brisbane and surrounding areas. The association is open to all French speakers, as well as francophiles, providing them with the necessary tools for a successful experience in their new environment abroad.

This organisation offers a unique reference in the French speaking community. It is open to newcomers, those already settled for some time, those who see information, or those who simply want to share experience.

Brisbane Accueil is entirely run by volunteers and is free from commercial, religious, or political influence.

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French Assist

French Assist

French Assist is a not-for-profit organization that provides support and assistance to French-speaking people in need in Queensland, whether they are living or temporarily in Australia. Run by a team of volunteers, there is a close collaboration with the French consulate, who will refer cases or provide invaluable advice on some cases.
The services and involvement are very diversified, and issues can take days, months, and in some cases, years to resolve. French Assist provides moral and practical support to people in need, from those who are in hospital or in court, to those needing assistance with administrative documents, or just someone to talk to.

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Le Festival – Information Center

Le Festival – Information Center

Do you need information about Le Festival’s events and the association? Don’t hesitate to visit our information stall! We are happy to help you.

You can find us at the entry of Le Festival, facing the Wheel of Brisbane, throughout the weekend. We will answer all your questions about Le Festival, our exhibitors, the events that will be held during La French Week, and anything else. There will also be a ‘lost and found’ area within the Information stall – if you have lost or picked something up around the festival, this is the place to come.

For a bit of fun, will have an Instagram Booth set up for you to come and snap pictures for your social media profiles.

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Les Petits Princes

Les Petits Princes

Les Petits Princes offers French language tuition in Brisbane for children aged 2 to 12 years, and their parents. They offer:
A customised curriculum for each level
Hands on activities adapted to each age group
An approach to the French speaking culture in a relaxed school environment
A multi-media French library including books, DVDs, CDs, games….

Passionate about the French culture and language, the team Les Petits Princes strives to share this with the next generation of French and non-French families in Brisbane. This is a community group involved in a non-for-profit organisation, which includes families, committee members, and teachers working together to achieve common goals. There are 2 playgroups and 7 classes, with less than 10 children per class.

Les Petits Princes operates on Saturday from 9:30am to 11:30am at Hendra State School, 17-21 School Road, Hendra.

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FACCI

FACCI

The French-Australian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (FACCI) was founded in 1899. At the time, Australia’s trade relations with France were almost solely dependent on the export of wool. More than a century later, this relationship now includes a host of many other industries.

The French-Australian Chamber is an independent not-for-profit organisation governed by 19 Board of Directors and comprising more than 600 members. Our head office is based in Sydney and we also have five other branches and offices in Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Canberra, and Adelaide.

The Chamber is affiliated to CCI France International, a worldwide network of 112 French Chambers operating in 82 countries.

The Chamber's main mission is to promote our members and support French companies to succeed in Australia through information, networking and business support services.

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Alliance Française de Brisbane

Alliance Française de Brisbane

The Alliance Française is a global network of more than 800 French language and cultural centres in 132 countries.

It is a not-for-profit association aiming at promoting the language and culture of French-speaking countries all around the world. Alliance Française offers language classes for kids and adults, a French library, and cultural events such as the annual French Film Festival.

The goal is to bring la France à Brisbane!

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