Click&Collect suspended

In line with the latest government decisions, the on-site activities of the Institut Français have been suspended until 2nd December. This includes the library Click & Collect service. 

It is not possible to return items while the Institut is closed. However, all items will be extended so if you have some at home which are due back you may simply hold on to them until we reopen. 

While we are closed you can still benefit from our online cultural offer, which includes: 

Culturetheque and Europresse.

Free on-line music !

Click below to discover our new on-line music offer on Culturetheque !


Browse our collections containing 250,000 artists, all from independent labels featured on 1Dtouch, a new fair-trade digital music platform.

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New items

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On-line Resources


Over 1500 French and international newspapers, for free!

Thanks to our provider Europresse, access 1500 online newspapers and magazines free of charge.

Note: access is available exclusively to members of the Institut Français.

Europresse allows you to stay in touch with French and international current affairs and consult 25 years of archives, in full version and/or in pdf.

To enjoy this service, simply log in with your library log in details. A Europresse link will then appear on top of the page.

Click here to log in


Watch a video explaining how to make the best use of the service:



Culturethèque is the digital platform of the Institut Français. It is an on-line multimedia library offering a wide range of French e-books, audiobooks, lectures, films, documentaries and plays on line.

Note: This service is free and accessible to anyone in the UK! 

Click here to sign up and access it all for free!


Culturethèque is an online platform offering French cultural content such as ebooks, films and audios, carefully selected and accessible from the comfort of your home. The mission statement of this cultural cooperation tool is to present French cultural events happening today in order to promote the presence of the French language online.

Watch our slick presentation video here:

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