Swiss Community Events Calendar
Available for the first time, a comprehensive calendar to download with all Swiss events in the UK - from music concerts to art exhibitions to talks to just having a cuppa.
If you know of an event that is not listed on the calendar below of the PDF download, please do let us know so that we can keep it as up to date as possible:Send us your event
This exhibition showcases new works from 13 contemporary photographers, including London-based Frederic Aranda, all members and Fellows of the Royal Photographic Society. Over 50 contemporary portraits of Holocaust survivors and their special connections to the younger generations of their families are displayed for the first time.
GENERATIONS: PORTRAITS OF HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS
Until 9 January 2022
Wednesday to Sunday
10am to 6pm
Free - must book tickets in advance
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Join us for a family celebration...
5 December, 11am
Christmas family gathering with carols, Samichlaus and food. (Families must sign up, limited numbers).
Contact the Swiss Church to book and for more detail.
Join us on the second Wednesday every month for a chat over a coffee.
Once you have contacted us, please download the Zoom app onto your laptop or tablet, and we’ll send you an invitation by email with a link with details on how to join the meeting!
It's an opportunity for Swiss Nationals to meet and get together over tea or coffee.
Please contact Petra on 0207 836 9119 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Visit www.swissbenevolent.org.uk for find out more.
The Swiss Benevolent Society UK enhances the quality of life of fellow Swiss, old and young, from all walks of life, who are experiencing difficulties.
Living Well – We aim to make a difference through empowerment, confidence building, active and healthier lifestyle management, independence and financial aid.
We would like to welcome you with a concert by the Nicolas Meier Jazz Trio followed by the traditional Escalade celebration
About this event
We would like to welcome you with a concert by the Nicolas Meier Jazz Trio, featuring:
Richard Jones on violin
Jakub Cywinski on acoustic bass
Nicolas Meier on acoustic guitar
Following this, everyone is welcome to Swiss nibbles and drinks while we remember the events of that fateful night in December 1602, when the citizens of Geneva bravely repelled an attack by the Duke of Savoy. We will of course break the chocolate Marmite in the old tradition.
Doors open 6.45pm
Concert starts at 7pm
Due to the Embassy’s security and Covid requirements please bring with you aphoto ID and your vaccination certificate or negative LFT result taken on the day.
Saturday 11 December at 7.30pm at the American Church in London, Tottenham Court Road
We are delighted to recommend the High Holborn Chamber Choir Christmas concert to members and friends of The Swiss Church , London. Members of the High Holborn Chamber Choir form the Swiss Church Sunday service choir. The Choir holds regular concerts at the Swiss Church.
High Holborn Chamber Choir writes:
We are excited to present a diverse programme with music from different countries and across many time periods. In addition to some cheerful Christmas songs, the concert will feature music from famous composers such as the uplifting “My Soul, There is a Country” (Hubert Parry), “Towards the Unknown Region” (Vaughan Williams) and “The Road Not Taken,” by Randall Thompson’s. Interestingly Thomson based this piece on Robert Frost’s famous introspective poem.
Contrast is provided by “Now May We Singen,” a modern piece which fuses a fluent melodic line with rhythmic exuberance written by contemporary composer Cecila McDowall.
Our concert’s musical journey will take you across the globe when we sing songs in Chinese, French, and Spanish. For those who would like to travel back in time, we will perform some medieval pieces covering pub brawls as well as some sweet dignified spiritual gems.
The concert is in aid of raising money for C4WS – a fund to support feeding and sheltering homeless people.
Tickets are available via Eventbrite here.
Christmas Party in Edinburgh, Covid-restrictions allowing at the Saughtonhall Community Centre, Edinburgh
This years Christmas Party will be on 12th of December from 2:30 to 5 pm.
We celebrate with mulled wine, and other goodies, Christmas songs and festive spirit ,
We are asking to contribute with some party food to share.
We will ask Santa to come along to bring presents for the children.
More information will be given closer to the event. Visit our Facebook page or website for more.
Our traditional and much-loved carol service is back.
We will sing French, German and English Christmas carols, with a London choir and organist Peter Yardley-Jones.
Join us to enjoy the unique atmosphere of the Swiss Church.
Church services 2022
9 January, 6 February, 6 March, 3 April, 17 April (Easter Sunday), 11am.
Audio services will be provided on the 3rd Sunday of each month. Go to www. swisschurchlondon.org.uk/downloads to listen online.
The Swiss Stammtisch is a regular event where Swiss people in and around Edinburgh together informally for a drink and discussions on topics that are of interest, including living abroad, politics and culture.
The Stammtisch currently takes place every first Wednesday of the month at Le Di-Vin Wine Bar. For the latest information on the Stammtisch, please visit our Facebook page.
All are invited to attend, you don't have to be a member of the Swiss Club Edinburgh to join the Stammtisch.
Please contact us if you have comments or questions.
9 Randolph Place, Edinburgh EH2 4EL
Come to celebrate our first face-to-face Carnevale early next year. Keep an eye on Facebook and the Unione Ticinese website for booking and further details closer to the date.
We look forward to seeing you all in person there!