NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE
Honorary French Consul, Newcastle upon Tyne
Consul honoraire à Newcastle-Upon-Tyne :
M. Eric DONJON
Les coordonnées et horaires d’ouverture de l’agence consulaire :
26 Forth Place
Newcastle-Upon-Tyne NE1 4EU
Tél : 0191 637 59 99
Mobile : 07342 174 611
Courriel : firstname.lastname@example.org
Accueil sur rendez-vous uniquement.
Les services proposés :
Remise des passeports biométriques et cartes nationales d’identité
Recueil des procurations de vote
Établissement de certificats de vie et de résidence
Légalisation de signature, certification de signature
Certification de conformité à l’original de copies et photocopies de document
Literary & Philosophical Society Newcastle
The Lit & Phil Library is Newcastle’s exquisite secret library, open to all and free to explore and browse. Established in 1825 on Westgate Road, just yards from Central Station, we became a hub of learning and enlightenment long before the city’s universities existed and today continue to inspire minds, stimulate imaginations and confer a wealth of knowledge to young and old alike....
Frenchlinks le portail français de Geoff Hare
Geoff worked for 30 years as a lecturer in French Studies in higher education, and his French Links list is well known as an excellent gateway to information about contemporary France and things French. It has been available to the academic community and beyond since 1997 and currently contains over 1200 different links. It lists many sites in France and elsewhere, mainly institutional and academic sites, rather than personal ones.
Tyneside Cinema regularly programmes French films
Tyneside Cinema is a thriving social hub and registered charity which aims to enrich people’s lives by thinking differently about and through film. The Tyneside Cinema team are passionate about all aspects of film and its potential to nourish, connect, reward, celebrate, educate, and speak for the most marginalised – to speak for us all.
Cinéma Star & Shadow
Star and Shadow Cinema is a volunteer-run DIY space for Newcastle, Tyne and Wear, and the north east UK. It is set up as an open-to-join co-operative housed in a building it owns, dedicated to culture coming from and/or programmed by the grass roots - particularly cinema and music.
Emphasising the collective experience that makes Cinema special, Star and Shadow exists as a space for a dialogic approach to culture through critical, active spectatorship: watching, listening, thinking and talking collectively and then possibly programming something yourself, as opposed to buying your ticket, sitting or standing in the dark and then heading home.
FMRG French Media Research Group (Newcastle)
The French Media Research Group was founded in Spring 1995 by Dr Hugh Dauncey (Newcastle University), Dr Geoff Hare (Newcastle University, now Honorary Senior Research fellow) and Dr Sheila Perry (then University of Northumbria, now University of Nottingham). The FMRG's activities and the publications of H. Dauncey and G. Hare on media were part of the French submission to RAE2001 (1996-2001), when the Film and Media unit was 'flagged' as being of the highest 5-star quality although the unit itself was not in a department rated as 5-star overall. In December 2008, the FMRG became affiliated - as a 'thematic branch' - to the Association for the Study of Modern & Contemporary France.
Durham University Modern Languages
The School of Modern Languages and Cultures is a leading centre of teaching and research in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Hispanic, Italian, Japanese and Russian Studies. Its community of academics, teachers, and support staff aims to foster a world-class student experience in all its disciplines. Some 80 full-time members of staff are engaged in teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, offering expertise in a wide range of subjects, including language, literature, cultural history, cinema and visual culture, and translation. This is also reflected in an exciting range of taught postgraduate degrees. The School and its departments figure regularly in the top five in national league tables such as the Good University Guide, the Complete University Guide and the Guardian University Guide.
Routes into Languages Northern Region
The Routes brand and the activities associated with Routes into Languages are now managed by the University Council of Modern Languages (UCML), a sector wide association representing Modern Languages in the UK. This will provide a governance structure and organisational support for ongoing development of the Routes networks.
Please note that there is currently a rather uneven spread of Routes activities for schools across England, do check each region for details.
Le bouchon Bistrot
Winner of the Best European Restaurant honour at the North East Restaurant Awards and conveniently situated close to the Market Square on Gilesgate, Bouchon Bistrot serves straightforward country style French cuisine, including daily specials in the evening. Born in the Loire Valley and having plenty of experience from working in Michelin starred restaurants throughout France, the owner of Bouchon Bistrot is an expert when it comes to traditional country cooking in France.
Marion Piffaut- Bayard Milan Presse & Uni-Presse
Bayard et Milan sont des éditeurs de presse jeunesse de référence depuis 1966. Nous sommes présents dans le monde entier et publions plus de 30 magazines pour les enfants de 9 mois à 20 ans !
Mobile: + 44 (0)7450 577 526
Code promotion web Bayard Milan: E44
Depuis 70 ans, au service de la presse française.
L’association UNI-Presse a pour vocation d’assurer la promotion de la culture et de la langue française dans le monde. UNI-Presse Issue en 1948 du Service d’Exportation de l’Union Syndicale de la Presse Périodique créée en 1946. En effet, UNI-Presse regroupe donc aujourd’hui les principaux éditeurs français dans tous les secteurs d’activité. Grand public, scientifique, médical, juridique, technique, littéraire, et bien d’autres.
Service public des services publics audiovisuels francophones, TV5MONDE, ce sont 8 chaînes généralistes, culturelles, francophones et deux chaînes thématiques (enfants et art de vivre).
Leurs missions : promouvoir la création francophone et la langue française, mais également proposer une information multilatérale, internationale, fiable et vérifiée dans le monde entier.
Financée par la France, la Suisse, le Canada, le Québec et la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles, TV5MONDE est par nature en synergie avec ses télévisons partenaires, dont elle fait rayonner les programmes partout dans le monde, mais c’est aussi des productions propres et des programmes acquis dans le monde francophone.