The Anglo-Portuguese Society was founded in 1938 to promote friendship between Portugal and the UK, and to increase knowledge of Portugal and its culture and traditions.
The Society is committed to raising funds for children in need in both Portugal and Brazil.
Today the Society has some 600 members mainly Portuguese and British and has an affiliation with the Anglo-Brazilian Society through the BrasiLusans, comprising the younger members of the two societies who stage several parties each year.
The Society aims to cater for all ages and interests and organises parties, musical events and talks with an active and lively annual program.
Anyone interested in becoming a member or wishing to attend any of these events is most welcome and more information, can be found below.
This event is free, and entry is by invitation only. In view of limited capacity, this event is for Members only.
21 May 6.30pm - 8.30pm
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Celebrating the Day of the Portuguese Language - 7th May
"Língua - Vidas em Português"
Every night, millions of people in countries in four continents dream in Portuguese, the third most spoken westwern language in the world. To celebrate this day, the Portuguese Sector of Queen Mary College will be screening this film.
We have moved to:
Suite 132 - Grosvenor Gardens House
London SW1W 0BS
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Saudade: Anthology of Fado Poetry
18 poets, including Elaine Feinstein, Don Paterson and George Szirtes, have taken up the challenge to create versions in English of the poems, selected by vasco Graça Moura, on which Fado songs are based.
The result is Saudade, the first ever anthology of fado poetry in English, published by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.
Attend Lectures, Seminars and Conferences on all aspects of Portugal.
Support for the study of the Portuguese language in the United Kingdom
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The APS is a registered charity to help raise funds to support causes in Portugal.