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    04 May 2019 13:00      15:00

    This event repeats every 2 weeks for 1 occurrence


    Always wanted to learn Esperanto but were afraid to make the jump? Interested to know what Esperanto culture is actually like? Tired of telling Duolingo for the millionth time that the orange dogs eat rice?
    Then this course is for you! Ariel Bonkorpa, the president of Young British Esperantists, is an experienced language teacher and long-time Esperanto speaker. She has written blogs, short stories, and erotic poetry in the language, and has given talks and classes at Esperanto events from Slovakia to Japan.
    The main goal of the classes is to be fun. Ariel’s teaching style is based on contemporary research into language learning, based around the concepts of comprehensible input (basically, understanding what the teaching is saying) and a lively classroom atmosphere. So be prepared to talk, laugh, tell stories, and have an all around good time! Unlike the language classes you dreaded at school, there will be no tedious grammar drills or long asides in English here.
    So what are you waiting for? Go to jeb.org.uk/bristol to sign up and get to know the world’s most intriguing language!

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  • EAB Events


    15 June 2019 09:00      23:00

    A FREE session for total new beginners learners at EAB's headquarters, led by Anna Lowenstein, author of several books, including The Stone City and La teorio Nakamura. This course is perfect for people who have only done a little bit of Esperanto but who haven't necessarily finished a course.
    Details and sign-up form. 

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    15 June 2019 09:00      23:00

    A FREE session for total new people who have learned a bit of Esperanto, who have maybe completed a course or two, and who want to improve. The course takes place at EAB's headquarters and is led by Harry Barron. This course is perfect for people who have a reasonable understanding of Esperanto but who haven't had much if any opportunity to speak it out loud or meet other learners. 
    Details and sign-up form. 

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    10 August 2019 09:00      23:00

    A FREE session for total new beginners learners at EAB's headquarters, led by Ariel Bonkorpa, who is president of Junularo Esperantista Brita. This course is perfect for people who have only done a little bit of Esperanto but who haven't necessarily finished a course.
    Details and sign-up form. 

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    10 August 2019 09:00      23:00

    A FREE session for total new people who have learned a bit of Esperanto, who have maybe completed a course or two, and who want to improve. The course takes place at EAB's headquarters and is led by Tim Schrödinger(*). This course is perfect for people who have a reasonable understanding of Esperanto but who haven't had much if any opportunity to speak it out loud or meet other learners. 
    Details and sign-up form. 
    (*) Tim Schrödinger is Tim Morley and Tim Owen. Calendars are being confirmed at the moment and if one can't make it, the other will. (Confused by our choice of name? Schrödinger's Cat)
     

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    17 August 2019 09:00      23:00

    Ni estas tre feliĉaj povi anonci la daton de la ĉi-jara Somerlernejo. Temas pri ĉiujara kursaro, kiu okazis unuafoje antaŭ pli ol duonjarcento! La venonta komenciĝos ĉe nia sidejo en Barlaston je la 10:00 sabaton la 17an de Aŭgusto kaj finiĝos je la 13:00 dimanĉon la 18an.
    Kiel kutime estos du klasoj: Jack Warren gividos sesion por progresantoj; homoj pli altnivelaj ĝuos la progresintan kurson gvidotan de Ed Robertson.
    Somerlernejo estas senpaga; se vi atingos Esperanto-Domon, vi ricevos senkoste la instruadon!
    Por pli da detaloj, ekzemplaj ekzercoj kaj por aliĝi, iru al https://esperanto.org.uk/events/somerlernejo/

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  • Other Events


    28 May 2019 18:30      19:30

    This event repeats every week on Tuesday for 40 occurrences


    If you are learning Esperanto with Duolingo, Lernu.net or self-learning, this is the best place in London to come, learn even more and practise your language with fellow learners in the area.
    When? Every Tuesday evening
    How long? One hour
    Where? In Islington just a few minutes' walk away from Highbury and Islington tube station
    Cost? The lesson itself is free but we ask each participant to pay £1 at every meeting to cover the costs of heating, lighting etc
    Level? There are 2 groups: Anna teaches the intermediate group while Renato chats with the advanced learners in Esperanto to improve their fluency.
    More info? Please visit our website: https://northlondonesperanto.com
    Any other questions? Email londonesperanto@gmail.com
    Please note that in order to open the gate of the building you will need to key in a code so don't forget to email us if you're interested in coming so that we can give it to you.
    Looking forward to meeting you 🙂

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    30 May 2019 18:30      19:30

    This event repeats every week on Thursday for 40 occurrences


    If you are learning Esperanto with Duolingo, Lernu.net or self-learning, this is the best place in London to come, learn even more and practise your language with fellow learners in the area.
    When? Every Thursday
    How long? One hour
    Where? In Islington just a few minutes' walk away from Highbury and Islington tube station
    Cost? The lesson itself is free but we ask each participant to pay £1 at every meeting to cover the costs of heating, lighting etc
    Level? This is a group for beginners and post-beginners
    More info? Please visit our website: https://northlondonesperanto.com
    Any other questions? Simply email: londonesperanto@gmail.com
    Please note that in order to open the gate of the building you will need to key in a code so don't forget to email us if you're interested in coming so that we can give it to you.
    Looking forward to meeting you 🙂

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    07 June 2019 18:30

    How often do you get to see a one-woman comedy cabaret featuring Esperanto? Thanks to Margot Przymierska, you now can! Wesele/ Wedding is an immersive cabaret about the last Polish-English wedding before the borders close, told by a real life Polish wedding emcee from Białystok,  the birthplace of Ludoviko Zamenhof... who happens to feature in the show.
    This collage of integration stories, raunchy wedding rituals and disco polo sing-alongs, peppered with Polish and Esperanto, dismantles (or perpetuates?) the East European stereotypes and asks whether popular culture can bring people together. The show is supported by the Arts Council England, Polish Cultural Institute and UCL Festival of Culture.
    You can see the show on Friday 7 June, 7.30pm at Rich Mix, London
    Some of our friends have already seen it. They seem to have enjoyed themselves!
    It's also possible to see it on:
    Sat 6 July at Blackfriars Theatre, Boston
    Fri 19, Sat 20 July at Bedford Fringe

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    08 June 2019 10:00      12:30

    La monata renkontiĝo de la Esperanto klubo de Reading kaj Berkshire. Vizitu nin, parolu Esperante, pasigu kelkajn horojn kun ni. Ni antaŭguas renkonti vin.

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    06 July 2019 19:00

    How often do you get to see a one-woman comedy cabaret featuring Esperanto? Thanks to Margot Przymierska, you now can! Wesele/ Wedding is an immersive cabaret about the last Polish-English wedding before the borders close, told by a real life Polish wedding emcee from Białystok,  the birthplace of Ludoviko Zamenhof... who happens to feature in the show.
    This collage of integration stories, raunchy wedding rituals and disco polo sing-alongs, peppered with Polish and Esperanto, dismantles (or perpetuates?) the East European stereotypes and asks whether popular culture can bring people together. The show is supported by the Arts Council England, Polish Cultural Institute and UCL Festival of Culture.
    You can see the show on Sat 6 July at Blackfriars Theatre, Boston
    Some of our friends have already seen it. They seem to have enjoyed themselves!
    It's also possible to see it on:
    Friday 7 June, 7.30pm at Rich Mix, London
    Fri 19, Sat 20 July at Bedford Fringe

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    19 July 2019 20:00

    How often do you get to see a one-woman comedy cabaret featuring Esperanto? Thanks to Margot Przymierska, you now can! Wesele/ Wedding is an immersive cabaret about the last Polish-English wedding before the borders close, told by a real life Polish wedding emcee from Białystok,  the birthplace of Ludoviko Zamenhof... who happens to feature in the show.
    This collage of integration stories, raunchy wedding rituals and disco polo sing-alongs, peppered with Polish and Esperanto, dismantles (or perpetuates?) the East European stereotypes and asks whether popular culture can bring people together. The show is supported by the Arts Council England, Polish Cultural Institute and UCL Festival of Culture.
    You can see the show on Friday, July 19 at Bedford Fringe. There's another showing on Saturday, July 20.
    Some of our friends have already seen it. They seem to have enjoyed themselves!
    It's also possible to see it on:
    Friday 7 June, 7.30pm at Rich Mix, London
    Sat 6 July at Blackfriars Theatre, Boston

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    20 July 2019 20:00

    How often do you get to see a one-woman comedy cabaret featuring Esperanto? Thanks to Margot Przymierska, you now can! Wesele/ Wedding is an immersive cabaret about the last Polish-English wedding before the borders close, told by a real life Polish wedding emcee from Białystok,  the birthplace of Ludoviko Zamenhof... who happens to feature in the show.
    This collage of integration stories, raunchy wedding rituals and disco polo sing-alongs, peppered with Polish and Esperanto, dismantles (or perpetuates?) the East European stereotypes and asks whether popular culture can bring people together. The show is supported by the Arts Council England, Polish Cultural Institute and UCL Festival of Culture.
    You can see the show on Saturday, July 20 at Bedford Fringe. There's an earlier showing on Friday, July 19.
    Some of our friends have already seen it. They seem to have enjoyed themselves!
    It's also possible to see it on:
    Friday 7 June, 7.30pm at Rich Mix, London
    Sat 6 July at Blackfriars Theatre, Boston

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