We are 100 years old!

In 2010, the Institut français du Royaume-Uni (The French Institute in the UK) is celebrating its centenary with a series of special events.

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Monday 15th of August 2022

Meeting of minds

A series of encounters, ‘les dialogues du centenaire’, bring together well known British and French authors and film directors to discuss a wide range of challenging topics.

Cinéma, an act of love

Ciné lumière will screen a special series of films to mark the Institute's 100th birthday. Read more

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Programme Cooperation


Franco-British University Partnerships
Fri 05 Feb 
Ciné lumière - Institut français - LONDON
Academic Cooperation


This seminar aims to analyse existing initiatives and partnerships in the fields of science, humanities and the social sciences, in order to identify new areas for co-operation at Bachelors, Masters and Doctorate levels, and between researchers. Subjects in discussion include marketing strategies, institutional roles and the impact of politics on a national and European level. The seminar will also consider the following topics: teaching and training, research and partnerships, prospects and potential new areas for collaboration.Maurice Fraser, Senior Fellow in European Politics at the London School of Economics and Vice-President of the Franco-British Council, will be present.


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History, Building Bridges

A look at the history of relations between France and the UK. Read more

Musique en Fanfare

Programme of concerts and live events culminating with the Exhibition Road Music Day in June.

Le Français à l'honneur

We will celebrate the French language with our Francophone and educational partners. Read more

Arts Calling

In the fields of visual & performing arts, the centenary will extend far beyond the Institut.