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Anzac Village - Amiens

Anzac Village - Amiens

From Monday 24 April 2017 - 11h30 to Tuesday 25 April 2017 - 16h00

On 24 & 25 April, Amiens invites you to its Anzac Village on the square in front of the Cathedral!

On Monday 24 April (from 11.30am to 6.30pm) and Tuesday 25 April (from 11.30am to 4pm), come along to the square in front of Amiens Cathedral and join with locals around a few locally made specialities, music and artistic projects!

Atelier Koklyko

Atelier Koklyko

Monday 24 April, from11.30am & Tuesday 25 April  
Artist Jérôme Toq’R prsents his art project called "Koklyko" and will get you to lend a hand in a new temporary art installation themed on making poppies out of plastic bottles! Don't forget to bring along an empty plastic bottle to help out!


Inauguration of Amiens' Outdoor Exhibition

Monday 24 April, 2pm
Come and discover this new exhibition themed on the portraits of soldiers who spent time in Amiens during the war.

Anzac Biscuits

biscuit Anzac
Monday 24 April, 5pm
There's no Anzac Day without Anzac biscuits! All biscuits must be shaped in the letter A - A for Anzac, A for Australians, A for Amiens and A for alliance! (And don't forget to share!!)



Les dernies cannibales – street music and music fromthe North of France
Monday 24 & Tuesday 25 April, from 12pm
Samarobriva Pipes and Drums – Pipe Band
Monday 24 April, from 5.30pm
Samarobriva Pipes and Drums and Amuséon (traditional Picardy music)



Tuesday 25 April 7pm
Ciné Saint Leu
Johnny got his gun, by Dalton Trumbo, 1971, in English with French sub-titles.

Outdoor Exhibition through streets of Amiens 

From 24 April 2017
Parmi Nous
Appearing from the walls of Amiens, these photos of WW1 soldiers highlight how the people of Amiens lived alongside soldiers from 23 different nations during the First World War. Throughout this exhibition, which sends viewers on a trail throughout the city, the faces of young men who came in in the defence of freedom show their great humanity. The portraits seem to emerge from the walls, showing lasting commitment and unity. Through this installtion, we pay tribute to these men and hope to show their descendants how grateful we wil forever be. These magnificent photographs belong to the Imperial War Museum and the Australian War Memorial, and some belong to a private collection that was discovered in a home in Warloy-Baillon and is now conserved by the Franco-Australian Museum at Villers-Brteoneux.

Exhibition created by Lucie Lom and Amiens Métropole 

Please click below for full programme (in French and English)


Amiens Tourist Office
03 22 71 60 50
Venue of event: 
In front of the Cathedral
80000 AMIENS