British Czech and Slovak Association
The British Czech and Slovak Association (BCSA) raises public awareness in Britain of Czech and Slovak life in all its aspects: history, arts, literature, economies, politics and sciences.
BCSA news and eventsThe BCSA Annual Dinner will take place on Friday 28 November. This is the main event in the BCSA calendar and while the speakers, refreshments and raffle are important, the evening is really all about meeting people and making friends. more information>>
A Trio of Anniversaries, music by Smetana, Janáček and Martinů, Thursday 4 December at the Slovak Embassy. more information>>
Our next "Get to know you" Social Evening will be on Wednesday 10 December at the Czech and Slovak National House, West Hampstead. This is an opportunity for anyone interested in the BCSA to meet, eat, drink, chat and get to know each other a little better. more information>>
The winning entry in the BCSA Writing Competition 2013, The Window Seat by Frances Jackson, can be read on the Reviews page.
The BCSA Writing Competition 2014 has now closed. The winners of the first and second prizes will be announced at the Association’s Annual Dinner on 28 November. more information>>
Read the Chairman's Report and Treasurer's Report for 2013, which were presented to the AGM in April 2014, on the About Us page.
If you are on Facebook then you can join our group there. We have over 1,200 people sharing news, comments and pictures.
Other news and eventsDr Katya Kocourek will give us a lecture on Thursday 27th November, The Velvet Revolution 25 Years on: An Émigré Perspective, supported by the Embassy of the Czech Republic. czechfriends.net
Be part of the BCSAPeople of all sorts of backgrounds and ages join the BCSA for all sorts of reasons. Some are British students studying Slavonic affairs, some are former residents of Czechoslovakia who now live in the UK, some are British people who have developed an interest in the republics, some are citizens of the Czech and Slovak republics who are currently working or studying in the UK, and others have different reasons for joining.
Whatever the reason is for your interest in the Czech and Slovak republics you will be given a warm welcome as a member of the BCSA. more information>>
Contact usemail: bcsa @bcsa .co .uk
post: BCSA, 643 Harrow Road, Wembley HA0 2EX, England
telephone: +44 20 8902 0328