[MARCH CULTURAL PROGRAM]
There is a lot of cultural events to get stuck into at Alliance Francaise this month!
👗 We are kicking things off in a fashionable way with the Viraka Freshi Fashion Show which promises to be a night of style and sustainability.
🇫🇷 Les Jours de la Francophonie are upon us this month and there’s a well-rounded host of activities run by the different Francophone embassies and organisations. With a Women’s Fair being hosted by the Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco, a football tournament at The French School, Francophonie cinema at Ardhi University held by the Belgium Embassy, and A screening of the Wondarland film developed by choreographer and artist Matthieu Nieto (FR), to music events that showcase the breadth of the francophone world. Theres a lot to show of their influence in creativity, innovation and community.
🎶For music lovers, the multi-talented and enigmatic Patrick Bebey (FR) is bringing some Kalimba jazz into our lives. There’s honors to be given to Bongo Legend Matonya (TZ) as well. DJ JB (FR) is back with thematic sets and ending the francophile days of music we have Swiss band Sankrox (CH) with an eclectic fusion for the ears. Finally join us at the end of the month for some “Afro-love” with Mama Africa (TZ)
🖋 For literature lovers, KALAM SALAAM will delve into the rich history of traditional verses of swahili poetry.
📷For lovers of art, you can still be treated to the genius and complexity of Curator and Artist Nelson Niyakire (BR) at La Galerie. From the 20th March a new artist, Patrick Singh (FR) will showcase pieces created during his 5 week residency here labelled “A Tanzanian Diary”
🎨🧒 For the kids, we have different activities for kids (up to age 12) to join in on every Saturday. There is letting loose with dance and going on journeys in magical worlds through film and storytelling.
🎬For movie lovers, Muvi Kali promises a range of emotions through film. This month we are lucky to be viewing the film “T-Junction” with the director himself present, Amil Shivji (TZ) Don’t miss it!
So much to do and so much to see in March!