British Hungarian Society
The Society

The British Hungarian Society was founded in 1990 at a time when Hungary was embracing democracy and a new freedom in contact with the West. It aims to bring together all, British and Hungarian alike, who are interested in Hungary and in further development of British-Hungarian relations. Hungary's accession to the EU in 2004 gave an impetus to the Society and now Brexit has made it even more important to strengthen the ties between our great countries.

Dr. Otto von Habsburg obituaries

Sir Gavyn Arthur obituaries

The Society aims to hold six to eight meetings a year to discuss political, economic, scientific, educational and social issues. The Society normally holds its meetings in Central London on weekday evenings, mainly in the Athenaeum Club and the Oxford & Cambridge Club.

Below are listed the upcoming future meetings of the society. These meetings are open to both members and invited non-member guests. Non-members are requested to make a suitable donation.

To view the full details and to print an attendance form, please click on the 'Printer Format' link of the event(s) you are interested in.

Forthcoming Events

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, all events are currently suspended. Further information will be available once face to face meetings are permitted.

Event notifications are sent out on the members' mailing list. Please contact us here to be added to this list to be informed of upcoming events.

If you wish to become a member please contact us here and we will be delighted to discuss joining the Society with you.

For details of the events please go to the Calendar page