• Venue:
    King's Cross Station
    Host:
    Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways
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    153 years ago, in a remote cor...
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    153 years ago, in a remote corner of North Wales, one of the world's earliest narrow gauge steam locomotives arrived at the Ffestiniog Railway in Porthmadog.

    Now that locomotive, Palmerston, is returning to London for the first time since she was built there in 1864.

    Palmerston will be rolled into King’s Cross Station at 0100 on Saturday February 18th, and will be on display in the ticket hall until Sunday February 26th.

    The locomotive was named after Viscount Palmerston, Liberal Prime Minister and Chairman of the Welsh Slate, Copper & Lead Mining Company’s quarry at Blaenau Ffestiniog. The locomotive saw extensive use on both the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways until withdrawal from service in 1937.  

    For the duration of the visit, our staff and volunteers will be joined by colleagues from the other ‘Great Little Trains of Wales’ to promote ‘Big Train meets Little Train’ - The recently published free guide to Welsh narrow gauge railways and how to visit them by rail. 

    For further information contact Chris Parry - cparry@ffwhr.com - 07774 109788 

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  • Venue:
    London Welsh Centre, 157-163 Gray’s Inn Road
    Host:
    London Welsh Centre
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    Join us for our first ever Wel...
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    Join us for our first ever Welsh Emporium! 

    An event celebrating the craft and skills of Welsh companies at The London Welsh Centre. With special guest, Sian Lloyd, Welsh TV Presenter, opening the emporium.  

    We will be crammed full of stalls selling food, drink, craft and homewares and much more. Come along and sample the delights that Wales has to offer in London. 

    It's the perfect place to pick up beautiful gifts for family and friends. 

    The London Welsh Centre: Sharing the Best of Wales with London.

    Cost £5
    Suitable for families

    This event is sponsored by Waterstone Homes and supported by The Welsh Government.

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  • Venue:
    The Medical Society of London, 11, Chandos Street, Cavendish Square W1G 9EB
    Host:
    The Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion
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    Speaker: Dr Rhian Davies, Arti...
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    Speaker: Dr Rhian Davies, Artistic Director of the Gregynog Music Festival and a member of the Cymmrodorion Council

    Title: Belgian Refugee Musicians in Mid-Wales During the First World War

    The outbreak of the First World War in August 1914 resulted in a large number of Belgians fleeing their country.  Of the one million or so refugees, about 110,000 came to Britain.  The Davies family of Llandinam decided to invite artists and musicians from Belgium to settle in Mid-Wales and this lecture explores the intriguing narrative of the Belgian refugee musicians who were supported through the patronage of the Davies sisters, Gwendoline and Margaret.

    The lecture is free and all are most welcome to attend.

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  • Venue:
    The Stone Space, 6 Church Lane, Leytonstone E11 1HG
    Host:
    The Stone Space
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    Barrie J Davies (born 1977) is...
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    Barrie J Davies (born 1977) is a British artist from Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire, Wales. He graduated from the Southampton Institute with a Fine Art degree in 2000 and completed his Master’s Degree at the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff in 2004. He has exhibited nationally and internationally for over ten years and has made various playful works in painting, photography, drawing, sculpture, print making, performance, fashion and installation.

    His work is owned by well-known comedian, Noel Fielding and has also featured in the second series of Channel 4 Comedy “Raised by Wolves” written by Caitlin Moran. His artwork uses a provocative, colourful psychedelic and humorous approach to expose the human condition: notions of success, money, glamour, love, death, sex, gender and religion are picked at with dry comedic use of tragedy meshed with absurdity. The paintings in the show are influenced by the internet, 24 hour shopping, trashy magazines, kitsch obsessions, bootleg songs, day glo fashion, dubstep beats all fused together in a mishmash of pop styles.

    Meet the artist - 5th March.

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  • Venue:
    John Lewis, Oxford Street
    Host:
    Variety of Welsh food and drink producers supported by Welsh Government Food & Drink
  • Venue:
    London Welsh Centre, 157-163 Gray’s Inn Road
    Host:
    London Welsh Centre
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    On match days, our main hall i...
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    On match days, our main hall is transformed into a mini Cardiff as we welcome hundreds of Wales supporters to watch the game on our giant, 170 square foot screen!  

    A wide selection of Welsh produce makes the centre the destination of choice for those looking for a home-from-home experience.

    Doors open at 13:45  KO 14:45
    Cost: £5 / Free to Members

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  • Venue:
    Partridges, Sloane Square
    Host:
    Variety of Welsh food and drink producers supported by Welsh Government Food & Drink
  • Venue:
    The Borough Welsh Congregational Chapel, Southwark
    Host:
    Borough Welsh Chapel and Eschoir
  • Venue:
    157-163 Gray’s Inn Road
    Host:
    London Welsh Centre
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  • Venue:
    Woolff Gallery, 89, Charlotte Street, W1
    Host:
    Welsh Art Week
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    The opening night of Welsh Art...
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    The opening night of Welsh Art Week, that will show work of some superb contemporary Welsh artists every day / evening up to Friday 3rd March. Artists include . . . 

    Alice Tennant, Gillian McDonald, Lyndon Thomas, Heather Nixon, Lilwen Lewis, Mike Jones, Wynne Jenkins, Barb Simon, Jo Lowde (ceramics), Dan Backhouse, Denys Short, John Kelliher, Steve Wilson, Perryn Butler (sculpture), Adam Buick (ceramics), Richard Prentice (ceramics), Ro Rogers, Paul Crofts (sculpture), Penny d.Jones, Elisabeth Neumuller, Andrew McCutcheon, Mary Lace and Sophie Myfanwy Wellan.

    The four young artists winners showing are:

    Ieuan Thomas, Owen Mountstevens, Theo Crutchley-Mack and Aaron Davies.


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  • Venue:
    RICS HQ, 12 Great George Street (Parliament Square) SW1P 3AD
    Host:
    RICS Wales
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  • Venue:
    Woolff Gallery, 89, Charlotte Street, W1
    Host:
    Welsh Art Week & Parthian Books
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    This takes place on the openin...
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    This takes place on the opening night of Welsh Art Week - Professor Dai Smith CBE talks about his new work of fiction 'What I Know I Cannot Say / All That Lies Beneath', Published by Parthian Books - 6.00 – 8.00pm

    Dai Smith is one of the leading Welsh writers of his generation, with a national and international profile. His work encompasses ground-breaking history, 'Wales, Wales', biography, 'Raymond Williams A Warrior’s Tale', and fiction, 'Dream On'. 

    He has also found time to write accounts of the those intrinsically Welsh institutions in 'The Fed', the biography of the NUM (with Hywel Francis) and 'Fields of Praise', a biography of The Welsh Rugby Union. 

    In addition Professor Smith has been head of programmes for BBC in Wales and Chaired the Arts Council of Wales for eight years, and he is the series editor of the Library of Wales series. 

    He was awarded a CBE in the 2017 New Year’s Honour List for services to the Arts in Wales.

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  • Venue:
    Guildhall
    Host:
    Wales in London Society
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  • Venue:
    157-163 Gray’s Inn Road
    Host:
    London Welsh Centre
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  • Prime Minister's St David’s Day Reception

    Venue:
    10 Downing Street
    Host:
    UK Government

    Strictly by invitation

  • Venue:
    John Lewis, Oxford Street
    Host:
    Variety of Welsh food and drink producers supported by Welsh Government Food & Drink
  • Venue:
    Waitrose, Canary Wharf
    Host:
    Variety of Welsh food and drink producers supported by Welsh Government Food & Drink
  • Venue:
    Partridges, Sloane Square
    Host:
    Variety of Welsh food and drink producers supported by Welsh Government Food & Drink
  • Venue:
    Various Vue, Odeon & Showcase cinemas across London!
    Host:
    Football Association of Wales and National Amusements
    National Amusements, in partne...
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    National Amusements, in partnership with the Football Association of Wales and Only the Best Productions in association with New Era Global Productions are delighted to announce Don't Take Me Home, an inspiring documentary from Welsh filmmaker Jonny Owen (Svengali, I Believe in Miracles) following Wales' remarkable journey to the final stages of UEFA EURO 2016. 

    A trailer for Don't Take Me Home will soon be released here on FAW.Cymru and the FAW's YouTubeFacebook and Twitter pages.

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  • St David's Day Service with Cor Meibion Gwalia - open to public

    Venue:
    The Chapel of St Mary Undercroft
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  • Venue:
    Paddington Station
    Host:
    Wales Food & Drink
    Eight tasting units will be se...
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    Eight tasting units will be set up in the main concourse from 7.30am until 8.00pm.

    They will be accompanied by London-based male voice choir, Eschoir, during the morning and evening rush hours.

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  • Venue:
    Fujitsu London Offices, 22 Baker Street, London
    Host:
    Swansea University School of Management & Fujitsu
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    An enjoyable exploration of th...
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    An enjoyable exploration of the relationship between comedy, identity, business and place-making, with a wonderful collection of script writers, comedians, designers, festival organisers and the media, with refreshments and great networking to celebrate the ‘Wales Week in London’ on St David’s Day

    In partnership with FUJITSU. 

    In collaboration with The Machynlleth Comedy Festival and Oldwalls Leisure. 

    As part of the Wales Week in London and The Visit Wales ‘Year of Legends’. 

    Event includes a buffet lunch and networking.

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  • Venue:
    Borough Market, 8 Southwark St. SE1 1TL
    Host:
    Borough Market
    We’ll be joined by Welsh cook,...
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    We’ll be joined by Welsh cook, cookery school teacher, broadcaster and mother of five, Lisa Fearn who will be taking the helm of the demo kitchen for a one off Welsh special.

    Using seasonal ingredients from the Market and featuring some delicious Welsh produce too, Lisa will be preparing three recipes which you can create at home.  

    A simple expression of how good quality ingredients can sing, Lisa's menu will include:

    - Welsh Cawl Mamgu

    - Easy Welsh pot bread 

    - Cranberry and orange Welsh cakes

    Not only this, but we will have a very special musical interlude by the Welsh male choir, Eschoir, singing some well-known Welsh classics. Feel free to sing along and help us celebrate Dewi Sant!

    The demo will run in two parts with a half-an-hour break for the choral performance. 

    Join us 12.30-2.00pm for tips, tasters and recipe ideas and why not visit our traditional Welsh traders Gorwydd Caerphilly and Charcutier while you're stopping by. 

    Dydd Gŵyl Dewi Hapus!

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  • Venue:
    Woolff Gallery, 89, Charlotte Street, W1
    Host:
    Welsh Art Week
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    We will have harpist Carys Hug...
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    We will have harpist Carys Hughes playing for us from 6.00 – 8.00pm -  this evening is a favourite as Carys is a renowned player and really sets the scene amongst all the beautiful art work.

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  • Venue:
    London Welsh Centre, 157-163 Gray’s Inn Road
    Host:
    London Welsh Centre
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    Join us for our St David's Day...
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    Join us for our St David's Day celebrations at The London Welsh Centre with Sian James a'r Band and Gwalia Male Voice Choir for an evening of music. 

    "...suitably rhapsodic music by Siân James, owner of an achingly pure voice" (John Peel).

    One of Wales' leading contemporary female vocalists and a foremost innovator in the field of traditional folk songs, Sian writes much of her own material, often giving a slight pop and jazz twist to her songs.  

    The Gwalia delights audiences at concerts, cabarets, charity events and family functions, in London, across the UK and abroad.

    The Choir was founded in 1967, is based at the London Welsh Centre, and is formed of men of all ages and backgrounds.

    Tickets are £10.00 in advance; £12.00 on the door.

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  • Venue:
    BAFTA, 195 Piccadilly, London W1J 9 LN
    Host:
    BAFTA Cymru
    BAFTA winner and Brit to Watch...
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    BAFTA winner and Brit to Watch 2011, Director Gareth Edwards (Monsters, Godzilla, Rogue One) will join Celyn Jones for a conversation about his career. 

    Gareth Edwards is film director, film producer, screenwriter, cinematographer, production designer, and visual effects artist. He first gained widespread recognition for Monsters (2010), an independent film in which he served as writer, director, cinematographer, and visual effects artist. He subsequently directed the 2014 reboot of Godzilla, and the epic space opera film Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016), the first in the Star Wars Anthology series.

    Gareth was a BAFTA Brit to Watch in 2011 and was part of the BAFTA-winning visual effects team behind the 2006 Hiroshima docu-drama, having been nominated in 2011 for Horizon.
    He was also nominated for the BAFTA Outstanding Debut By A British Writer, Director or Producer Awards in 2011.

    Edwards was born in Warwickshire to Welsh parents and visits his extended family in Wales regularly.

    Edwards directed Rogue One, the first Star Wars stand-alone film, written by Chris Weitz and Tony Gilroy, starring Felicity Jones, and released on 16 December 2016.

    This event is a fundraising evening for BAFTA Cymru's educational activities in Wales.
    Gareth will be in conversation with actor, writer and producer, BAFTA Cymru winner Celyn Jones.

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  • Venue:
    The Hospital Club, 24 Endell Street WC2H 9HQ
    Host:
    The Hospital Club
    On the first day of March in t...
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    On the first day of March in the year 601 AD, St David, the patron saint of Wales died. That doesn’t sound too jolly does it? 

    But thankfully, to beat the gloom, the date was declared a national day of celebration for all things Welsh! 

    Vin’s Night In is excited to bring back Vin’s Welsh Night In for the first time since 2011.

    The all-Welsh line-up features Du Bellows, Evanjack, Little Red, J.P. Field and comedy from Amy Howerska. We’ll have flags, daffs and even three flying leeks to big up the country that brought us such a fabulous load of talent. Wear a daffodil, leek or full Welsh traditional dress if the fancy takes you...

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  • Venue:
    Woolff Gallery, 89, Charlotte Street, W1
    Host:
    Welsh Art Week
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    The event on Thursday 2nd Marc...
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    The event on Thursday 2nd March is for the winners of the West Wales Young Artist Competition 2016 - and the top three pieces will be on display alongside our regular artists from 6.00 – 8.00pm. It's very much a young artists event and a great opportunity for the students to experience showing their work in a high-profile London gallery.

    The four young artists winners showing are:

    Ieuan Thomas, Owen Mountstevens, Theo Crutchley-Mack and Aaron Davies.


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  • Venue:
    Porters Park Golf Club, Radlett
    Host:
    London Welsh Golfing Society
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    The annual St David's Day Golf...
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    The annual St David's Day Golf Day this year is being held at Porters Park in Radlett.

    The golf course is an excellent challenge; it is on the Open Championship regional qualifying rota. It is the home of the King George V Trophy and the English Boys Malcolm Reid Trophy; Porters has also held the English girls championships and numerous County events in the last 5 years.

    We hope you can join us!

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  • Venue:
    10 St Bride Street, EC4A 4AD
    Host:
    Goodman Derrick LLP - supported by Assoc of London Welsh Lawyers, Confederation of South Wales Law Societies and Legal Network London
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  • Venue:
    Woolff Gallery, 89, Charlotte Street, W1
    Host:
    Welsh Art Week
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    Our final event of Welsh Art W...
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    Our final event of Welsh Art Week is the launch of the new book by Hilly Janes 'Ugly, Lovely'.

    Hilly will be in conversation with the well-known arts writer Jasper Rees 6.00-8.00pm.

    “An exciting new publication that allows us to inch ever closer to this genius of a man”, Cerys Matthews.

    Hilly Janes found a stunning 1950s' photo album made by her aunt Ethel Ross depicting the places that Dylan Thomas wove into his work in Swansea and Carmarthenshire, which is published alongside the first UK edition of the Dylan Thomas playlet Lunch at Mussolini’s.

    Ethel Ross’s niece, the journalist and biographer Hilly Janes, author of 'The Three Lives of Dylan Thomas', continues her exploration of the poet and his life in her new book, 'Ugly, Lovely' - Dylan Thomas’s Swansea and Carmarthenshire of the 1950s in pictures. 

    Her work has been praised as “an engaging, accessible biography” by Natasha Tripney of The Observer. Personal and unpretentious, it altered the myth of Dylan Thomas by presenting the man through the eyes of his creative Swansea friends, and particularly Hilly’s father, the artist Alfred Janes.

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  • Venue:
    St Mark's Church, Hamilton Terrace, St John's Wood
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    The Pelenna Valley Male Voice ...
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    The Pelenna Valley Male Voice Choir, from the village of Tonmawr, near Neath, will be bringing their usual mix of old favourites and modern classics, delivered with their customary showmanship and good humour.

    The concert will last for roughly two hours, with drinks available during the interval, and will be followed by the now legendary singsong at a nearby pub.   

    As always we have ensured that the concert falls on a 'break' weekend in the Six Nations so no rugby need be missed - and what better way to fill the void than with an evening of fun, warmth and great music! 

    Tickets are £10 (£8 concessions, under 16s free) and are available on the door. 

    We look forward to seeing you there!
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  • Venue:
    London Welsh Centre, 157-163 Gray’s Inn Road
    Host:
    London Welsh Centre
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    A fantastic evening to celebra...
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    A fantastic evening to celebrate St. David's Day. 

    Diners will be treated to a four-course meal featuring classic dishes including slow-cooked ale-soaked lamb, laverbread on a bed of cockles and leeks, Glamorgan sausages and Welsh cake cheesecake.

    A live band will provide the entertainment playing well known Welsh songs, past and present.

    Cost £38

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  • Venue:
    London Welsh Centre, 157-163 Gray’s Inn Road
    Host:
    London Welsh Centre
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  • Venue:
    Partridges Food Market, Duke of York Square
    Host:
    Variety of Welsh food and drink producers supported by Welsh Government Food & Drink
  • Venue:
    Starting at the Pembroke, Camden
    Host:
    Côr Llunsain Choir
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    It's a Welsh themed pub crawl,...
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    It's a Welsh themed pub crawl, visiting Welsh related pubs of North London, starting at the Pembroke in Camden. We are charging £3, but this includes a drink, Welsh cake and a map.
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  • Venue:
    Meet outside Cannon Street station - ends St Paul's (last 90 mins)
    Host:
    London Welsh Centre & Guide Caroline James (07906892337)
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    13th Annual St David's Day Wal...
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    13th Annual St David's Day Walk 

    10.30am - Meet outside Cannon Street Station - Lasts approx. one and a half hours, ends at St Paul's. 

    Come along and see where Catrin Glyndwr is buried, hear about the enterprising Myddelton brothers, Welsh Lord Mayors of the City and Welsh societies in London.

    Cost £8
    All proceeds to The London Welsh Centre
    25th February - http://www.wegottickets.com/event/387890
    4th March - http://www.wegottickets.com/event/387891

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  • Venue:
    Flowers Gallery, 82 Kingsland Road E2 8DP
    Host:
    Flowers Gallery
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    Join us for an exhibition tour...
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    Join us for an exhibition tour of History Paintings at Flowers Gallery, Kingsland Road with artist Kevin Sinnott.

    This exhibition brings to light formative historical events and stories located within the towns and valleys of South Wales. In his new body of work, Sinnott translates the grand themes of history painting into the narrative history of the small Welsh valley town of Pontycymmer and its surroundings, drawing attention to the distinguished characters and radical histories of the region. 

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  • Venue:
    Eglwys Gymraeg Canol Llundain, 30 Eastcastle Street, Oxford Circus W1W 8DJ
    Host:
    Eglwys Gymraeg Canol Llundain
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    Saturday Afternoon Society at ...
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    Saturday Afternoon Society at 2:00pm

    Elinor Talfan will talk about her uncle, J. Idris Morgan, a young Welshman who witnessed Nazi power first hand in Berlin in the 1930s. 

    He had a direct linkwith the 'Night of the Long Knives' and the assassination of Hitler's opponents in Berlin in 1934.

    All Society meetings are bilingual, and are held on the first Saturday of each month between February and July at 2:00pm.

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  • Venue:
    Old Deer Park, Richmond
    Host:
    London Welsh Minis RFC
  • Venue:
    Welsh Church of Central London, 30 Eastcastle Street, Oxford Circus, W1W 8DJ
    Host:
    Welsh Church of Central London
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    Our St. David's Day service on...
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    Our St. David's Day service on Sunday, March 5th at 11:00 will include musical performances from Cor Aelwyd Llundain, and Cor Meibion Pelenna from South Wales.

    Croeso cynnes I bawb / a warm welcome to all!

    Information for all services and events can be found on our website: www.eglwysgymraegllundain.org

    Follow us on twitter @welshchurch / Facebook Eglwys Gymraeg Canol Llundain

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  • Venue:
    157-163 Gray’s Inn Road
    Host:
    London Welsh Centre
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  • Celebration of Welsh Language & Culture

    Venue:
    Office for Wales, Whitehall
    Host:
    UK Government

    Strictly by invitation

  • Venue:
    157-163 Gray’s Inn Road
    Host:
    London Welsh Centre
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  • Venue:
    Browns Butlers Wharf, Tea Trade Wharf, 26 Shad Thames, London SE1 2YG
    Host:
    South Wales Chamber of Commerce & London Chamber of Commerce
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    The South Wales Chamber of Co...
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    The South Wales Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the London Chamber of Commerce, is delighted to announce a fantastic opportunity for B2B networking for Welsh businesses in London. 

    Network with up to 120 members and guests of the London Chamber of Commerce & Industry (LCCI), from a wide range of industry sectors at our flagship evening reception. 

    The event is being held at a Browns brasserie and bar in historic Butlers Wharf, an up-market riverside location, a short stroll from London Bridge station.

    Attendees will be able to initiate and develop business connections at the event and will receive one complimentary welcome drink, as well as nibbles throughout the evening,  sponsored by Travelers www.travelers.co.uk .

    Spaces are limited, but for Welsh companies looking to expand into new markets in London, or to expand their networks, this event will be beneficial. It is an informal event, aimed at enabling London-Welsh business connections to establish and grow  

    If you are interested in booking this complimentary event please contact Rebecca Davies before 24th February 2017.

    We expect that this event will quickly become fully-booked quite quickly so to avoid disappointment, book your free place asap.

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  • Venue:
    Pestana Hotel, Chelsea Bridge
    Host:
    Wales Week in London & FAW
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  • Venue:
    Guard's Chapel, Birdcage Walk, London
    Host:
    London Welsh Male Voice Choir
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  • Venue:
    Gray's Inn Road
    Host:
    London Welsh Centre & Y Lolfa
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  • Venue:
    London Welsh Centre, 157-163 Gray’s Inn Road
    Host:
    London Welsh Centre
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    On match days, our main hall i...
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    On match days, our main hall is transformed into a mini Cardiff as we welcome hundreds of Wales supporters to watch the game on our giant, 170 square foot screen!  

    A wide selection of Welsh produce makes the centre the destination of choice for those looking for a home-from-home experience.

    Doors open at 13:45  KO 14:45
    Cost: £5 / Free to Members

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  • Venue:
    Welsh Church of Central London, Eastcastle Street
    Host:
    Urdd Cymru
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    If you live outside of Wales a...
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    If you live outside of Wales and enjoy competing, a regional Eisteddfod is held in London every year.

    The Eisteddfod will be held in the Welsh Church of Central London, 11 March 2017 at 9:00am. 

    If you would like more information on the Eisteddfod please call Steffan Prys 01678 541015 or email steffanprys@urdd.org 

    The competitions are open to any person born in Wales, or any person who has a parent that was born in Wales, or any person living in Wales immediately before the festival or any person who can speak or write in Welsh. Words used in any work must be in Welsh.

    A committee has also been formed in London to help with organising the Eisteddfod. If you're interested in being a part of the committee, please contact Steffan on the details above.

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  • Venue:
    London Welsh Centre, 157-163 Gray’s Inn Road
    Host:
    London Welsh Centre
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    On match days, our main hall i...
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    On match days, our main hall is transformed into a mini Cardiff as we welcome hundreds of Wales supporters to watch the game on our giant, 170 square foot screen!  

    A wide selection of Welsh produce makes the centre the destination of choice for those looking for a home-from-home experience.

    Doors open at 13:45  KO 14:45
    Cost: £5 / Free to Members

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  • Venue:
    Welsh Government Office, 25 Victoria Street SW1H 0EX
    Host:
    Wales in London Society
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  • Venue:
    The Medical Society of London
    Host:
    The Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion
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  • Venue:
    Oxford & Cambridge Club, Pall Mall
    Host:
    The Montgomeryshire Society
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  • Venue:
    London Welsh Centre, 157-163 Gray’s Inn Road
    Host:
    London Welsh Centre
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    A full day of Welsh language l...
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    A full day of Welsh language lessons, in a friendly atmosphere with experienced tutors.  

    9.00 - 16.00

    Cost: £53.50 - includes refreshments

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  • Venue:
    Morden Baptist Church, Lower Morden Lane, Morden SM4 5BL
    Host:
    Zimkids
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    Come and enjoy an evening of c...
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    Come and enjoy an evening of choral delights with the Beaufort male choir from South Wales in aid of Zimkids. Bringing both a traditional & modern repertoire, this show is for everyone!

    Ticket price of £12.50 includes drinks and delicious homemade cakes.

    ALL profits go straight to Zimkids (Registered UK charity 1127069) to help vulnerable families to become self-sufficient.

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