“L’histoire post-coloniale française”, a talk conducted in French by Ferhat Mehenni


Date: Wednesday 30th May 2018

Time: 6pm

Venue: Alliance Française Cambridge – 60 Hills Road CB1 2LA

Price: Free – No booking required


Ferhat Mehenni is a Kabyle politician, author and singer. He is the founder and president of the Gouvernement Provisoire Kabyle, based in Paris. Ferhat has a long history of Human Rights and Berber cultural activism in Algeria. His books include Algérie: la question kabyle (2004), Le Siècle Identitaire; La fin des Etats post-coloniaux (2010) and most recently Kabylie: Mémorandum pour l’indépendance (2017).


Photography exhibition “Au Coeur de Mai 68” and Exclusive screening of two documentaries 


Exhibiton date: 28th May to 29th June 2018
Opening Times: Monday to Friday: 10am – 3pm
Price: Free

Screening date: Tuesday 29th May 2018
Time: 6pm
Price: Free – No booking required, come early!

Venue: Alliance Française Cambridge – 60 Hills Road, CB2 1LA


Don’t miss our next exhibition and discover Mai 68 from the inside!

On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of “Mai 68”, the Alliance Française Cambridge will display to the public an original and totally new view of what happened in Paris during this decisive year.

L’Alliance Française de Cambridge is able to display this exhibition for the first time to the public thanks to the association les Amis de Philippe Gras et Les Films des quatre Planètes, with the support of l’Institut Français.

« Mai 68, un étrange printemps » is a series of two documentary movies by Dominique Beaux, a French historian and film director. This series depicts various testimonies of initiators of Mai 68: politicians, actors from political parties, the civil service and field units.