WHAT WE ARE ABOUT
Founded in the aftermath of the First World War, the Anglo-Swedish Society was established to foster greater understanding and friendship between Britain and Sweden. The continued strong bond between these two nations has allowed the Society to evolve into a non-proﬁt organisation that promotes intellectual and cultural crossover by organising prestigious events and supporting scholarships of the arts.
- Glass and ceramics student from the Royal College of Art in London, who has received support to spend 3 months at Konstfack in Stockholm in Spring 2015.
PHOTOS of the 2013 MANSION HOUSE PUNSCH BALL
Members and guests are invited to take part in a traditional Swedish Valborg dinner. There will be a short Speech to the Woman, Speech to the Man and a musical interlude by the Society’s scholars.
The dinner will be held at the Chandler’s Hall. The Worshipful Company of Tallow Chandlers began in the 1200s as a trade organisation. First moved on the current location in July 1476. The great medieval hall was burned down in the Great fire of London in 1666 and was redesigned and completed in 1977 by Captain John Caines under the guidance of Robert Hooke.
The Hall has a well-deserved reputation as one of the most beautiful, welcoming and well preserved of London’s livery halls.Heraldic stained glass and fine paintings, combined with fine oak panelling, create the perfect atmosphere for Livery dinners or indeed any special occasion.
Dress code: suit and tie.
£80(members), £100 (non-members) – 50% discount for under-30s