Not Quite a Ceilidh 2018
The annual Gothenburg Anglo-Swedish dinner will be held on 12th October.
We celebrate the the 100th anniversary of Women’s suffrage in the UK and the only demonstration for women’s suffrage in Sweden that took place in Gothenburg 1918.
The Anglo-Swedish Not-Quite-a-Ceilidh (NQAC) ensemble will present a dramatic re-enactment of the the adventures of the teenage daughter of the Prime Minister – Megan Lloyd George. From her meeting with the Pankhursts, to 10 Downing St and to giving a speech at Heden at the end of the Gothenburg march.
A Woman’s Place is Leading the Resistance!
Venue: Haga Östergata 30B, Göteborg
Date: 12th October 17:30
Price: 200:- for members of the Anglo-Swedish or British Clubs. 300:- for non-members.
Dress code: Women can wear whatever they want! However, sashes and straw hats are in fashion.
To book: Places can be reserved by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org
Our book club has a MeetUp page http://www.meetup.com/ELBexA/. We meet on the third Tuesday of the month starting at 18:30. There are usally about 8 to 10 people at any one meeting. We discuss the book for about one hour and then ‘fika’.
ELB(A): MEETING DATES 2018-2019
(Third Tuesday of the month, 18:30)
Sept 18 Mrs Dalloway (Virginia Woolf, 1923)
Oct 16 Go, Went, Gone (Jenny Erpenbeck, 2015)
Nov 20 Frankenstein (Mary Shelley, 1818)
Jan 15, The End of Eternity (Isaac Asimov, 1955)
Feb 19 Our Man in Havana (Graham Greene, 1958)
Mar 19 Northanger Abbey (The Austen Project #2) (Val McDermid, 2014)
Apr 16 A History of the World in 10½ chapters (Julian Barnes, 1989)
May 21 Candide (Voltaire, 1759)
The Deputy Head of Mission at the British Embassy Mr Aidan Liddle presented the latest information concerning the Brexit negotiations and the steps the British Government is taking to ensure a continued close relationship between the UK and Europe. The discussion was moderated by Post Doc Fellow Olof Larson and there was plenty of opportunity for questions from the audience.
UK nationals in the EU: what you need to know.
Advice-for-british-nationals-living-in-europe Last updated: 8 December 2017
Why not try Robert’s Taste of Britain
Serving Fish and Chips, Burgers and Chicken Curry.
Robert gets about – have Food Truck will travel – best to visit his facebook page to find out where he is at them moment: https://www.facebook.com/robertsbrittishfood/
Robert also beings a taste of Britain to the Gothenburg British Club.
You can’t buy happiness but you can buy fish and chips …. come and find both in Kungstorget.
Simon’s Kungstorget Fish and Chips! is now open to offer you ‘happiness’, or fish ‘n’ chips or both.
You can also get a real British banger from Korv United at Magasinsgatan 17 , Gothenburg.
This is the only place in town where you will find genuine Taylors & Jones British style sausages cooked for you! (T&J can also be found in selected CoOp stores)