Every Tuesday and Thursday evenings:
The North London Esperanto group offers free Esperanto classes at the beginner, intermediate and advanced levels twice a week near Highbury and Islington tube station. For more information please visit our homepage.
Every Friday (7:15pm):
The London Esperanto Club has been meeting regularly for over a century. You will find more information in Esperanto on their own site: http://www.esperanto.org.uk/lek/lek.htm
15/06/2019 – Esperanto exam:
How good is your Esperanto? You can find out via officially accredited exams using the Common European Framework of Reference (B1, B2 and C1 levels). The next open session is on June 15 2019 in London and the Esperanto Association of Britain (EAB) will be sponsoring a session, repaying up to ten successful candidates up to £50 towards their costs.
If you’re in the UK and want to find out more or apply, give this page a read: https://esperanto.org.uk/events/ekzamenoj
If you need help to get ready for the exam, contact us. We offer free courses.
30/03/2019 – Lernu & Lernu Plu (free course organized by EAB):
Weekend course in Barlaston (Sat 10am => Sun 1pm)
To register: https://esperanto.org.uk/events/lernu/
Min. level: beginner for ‘Lernu’ and intermediate for ‘Lernu Plu’
09/02/2019 – Lernu & Lernu Plu (free course organized by EAB): Weekend course in Barlaston (Sat 10am => Sun 1pm) To register: https://esperanto.org.uk/events/lernu/ Min. level: beginner for ‘Lernu’ and intermediate for ‘Lernu Plu’
09/02/2019 – Post Plu (free course organized by EAB): 1-day course in London (10am => 5pm) To register: https://esperanto.org.uk/events/postplu/ Min. level: advanced. Only Esperanto is spoken throughout the day.
01/12/2018 (10am=>5pm) – free single-day course in London for beginners: If you’ve done a little bit of study already but haven’t yet spoken the language out loud or you’d like to start learning Esperanto, then this free course on December 1st is for you.
23/11/2018 (7:15pm) – poetry workshop in Esperanto: Jorge Camacho will hold a poetry workshop in Esperanto at the London Esperanto Club. You don’t have to be a club member to participate but please bear in mind that the only language spoken there is Esperanto. Beginners are very welcome to come along.
22/11/2018 (7:30pm) – Free poetry reading: Spanish poet Jorge Camacho will read poetry from Star in a Night Sky, an anthology of Esperanto literature, edited by Paul Gubbins and published by Francis Boutle. Jorge will also read some of his own original poetry, including extracts from his latest collection Brulvunde. The event has expanded to include two other Iberian poets. Martin Veíga will launch his bilingual collection Diary of Crosses Green while Noèlia Díaz Vicedo recites poetry in Catalan.