What we're about


The London European Club is a social group for Londoners interested in Europe and it organizes cultural, political, social and outdoor activities. You should join if:

-You are originally from England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Norway, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Switzerland, Ukraine, Vatican City State, Croatia, Macedonia, Iceland, Turkey, Kosovo, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, but currently live in London.

-If you are English, Welsh, Scottish, Irish, Russians, Germans, French, British, Italians, Spanish, Ukrainians, Polish, Swiss, Serbians, Chechs, Belarusians, Bulgarians, Pomaks, Croats, Slovaks, Macedonians, Bosniaks, Slovenes, Silesians, Montenegrins, Kashubs, Sorbs, Wallons, Romands, Provencals, Occitans, Aranese, Sardinians, Furlans, Lombards, Venetians, Sicilians, Neapolitans, Corsicans, Spaniards, Castilians, Andalusians, Asturians, Aragonese, Galicians, Catalans, Basques, Romanians, Vlachs, Moldovans, Aromanians, Portugese, Friulians, Ladins, Gibraltarians, Austrians, Luxembourgers, Alsatians, Lorrainers, South Tyroleans, German speaking Belgians, North Schleswigerrs, Dutch, Flemish, Scandinavians, Norwegians, Danes, Swedes, Finland Swedes, Faroese, Icelanders, Frisians, Bretons, Cornish, Manx, Greeks, Albanians, Armenians, Lithuanians, Latvians, Romani, Ossetians, Tats, Turks, Tatars, Bashkirs, Kumyks, Crimeans, Balkars, Nogais, Hungarians, Finns, Estonians, Mordvins, Udmurts, Mari, Komi, Sami, Veps, Izhorians, Livonians, Chechens, Avars, Dargin, Kabards, Adygeans, Lezgins, Ingush, Chereks, Lak, Tabasarans, Tsakhur, Georgians, Basques, Jews, Maltese, Kalmyks but want to get outside the circle of your tribe or ethnic group.

-You are interested in European politics

-If you want to explore European culture, cuisine, dress sense

-If you would like to debate Europe, so euro skeptics are welcome

-If you'd like to travel to unusual European destinations

-If you compulsively join all new meetup groups

-If you are new to London and would like to meet Europeans

-If you have lived in London for a while and you miss Europeans in your life

-If you have European ancestors or are a first or second generation European

-If you are fun and want to try out new things

This group is about socializing but also about sharing knowledge on all things European happening in London. So if you know of a unique exhibition, a concert or a play, if you have a favorite Italian, Spanish, Finnish, English, Romanian, Estonian or Turkish restaurant or just want to go and watch a European movie, this is the right place to flag it and invite others. We particularly welcome members who are interested in European politics and those who'd like to contribute their time and knowledge to organising events in the Club.

Please feel free to send me your suggestions.

I look forward to meeting you!


PS. This is a voluntary Club so please consider yourself a member rather than a customer.

Upcoming events (2)

In Short, Europe ESCAPE [film, free]

Online event

An online European Short Film Festival. All films have English subtitles https://www.eventbrite.com/e/in-short-europe-escape-tickets-125020087447 Enforced measures of lockdown and social distancing, as a response to the Covid-19 pandemic, have brought about new modes of cultural activity, new ways of creating and consuming culture. At the same time, such unprecedented circumstances have reframed notions of togetherness, alienation, distance and embodiment. We have suddenly found ourselves before an abundance of virtual events, exhibitions, festivals, and performances, which reframe the social and physical foundations of culture, while all the same highlighting their significance. In Short Europe, an initiative of EUNIC London, was first organised on Brexit day as a celebration of European cinema and our shared values and culture with the UK. Its second edition follows prolonged periods of uncertainty, fatigue and despair of the lives lost and the time spent in isolation and distanced from the people we love and the things we love to do, such as attending a music concert or a theatre performance, or simply going to the cinema on a Sunday evening. The way out is still obscure and saturated by layers of medical, scientific, political and economic discourse. Through a variety of genres and styles, fifteen shorts from all over Europe feature characters and images that appear and disappear, following physical or mental journeys, reaching points of arrival or points of departure, always on the move, seeking an escape that may or may not come. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/in-short-europe-escape-tickets-125020087447

Hadrian's Wall: Life on the Roman Frontier


Chollerford to Carlisle - this will be backpacking hike on this most historic of landscapes. We will be staying in B&Bs or Air B&B [should we find]. No fees required to join, but allow about £100 per day for boarding, lodging and food/drinks. **FOLLOW GOVT. ADVICE ON COVID restrictions** Stretching 73 miles from coast to coast, Hadrian’s Wall was built to guard the wild north-west frontier of the Roman Empire. Discover the remains of the forts, towers, turrets and towns that once kept watch over the Wall. See rare Roman artefacts, get hands-on in museums and take in spectacular views of the rugged landscape to find out what life was like for the men, women and children on the edge of Roman Britain. Hadrian’s Wall is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Details being developed and i'll post here, but the group will be small and well-formed. :) We will hike between 10-15 miles each day along the national trail, stopping overnight in B&Bs. Advance payment will be required [once confirmed] to make the bookings. I am planning to drive up - so will take 3 people with me. Otherwise, public transport...or another car. TBC Rated 7/10 - Tough [each day] Rated 8/10 - Tough [overall] *You will need to be comfortable hiking 15 miles in a day.* For those fond of reading: the English Heritage shop has a good book on the subject. IMPORTANT Please bear in mind this is a free of charge, self-guided trip with a hobby group. It is not organized by a business for commercial purposes. Any trip details, travel advice, route planning, instructions and other content in our group represent our shared personal knowledge, research and personal preferences/suggestions As this is no business, there is no "tour guide", or "walk leader". Each participant is responsible for their own safety - nobody assumes responsibility for any kind of injury, damage or loss that may occur. *By participating you acknowledge and agree with this disclaimer.* **FOLLOW GOVT. ADVICE ON COVID restrictions** *More details to follow*

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