Details of the next BCS Meet-Up:
The next Meet-Up takes place on Wednesday 23 March.
We will be meeting at the National Theatre (downstairs) on the South Bank. There has been a recent refurbishment of the bar area which of course also serves tea and coffee.
The intention is for people with any form of interest in Croatia to meet up, socialise and have a chat in an informal atmosphere. Whether you are a Croatian resident in London or someone who has recently visited Croatia for the first time and want to know more, this event is for you.
The event is of course open to both members and non-members. It provides an excellent opportunity for anyone to come and meet British-Croatian Society members and even to join if they so wish!
We hope to bag a table early on in the bar area on the ground floor. BCS members Brian Gallagher and John Pindar will be there from the start and you can find us by looking out for Croatian symbols.
We’ll be there between 7.30 PM and 10 PM.
Come along for a chat about all things Croatian!
CBR Editor Brian Gallagher recently interviewed Andrea Pisac of the popular Zagreb Honestly website. The interview can be seen on the Croats in London webpage here.
CBR Editor Brian Gallagher recently interviewed Fr Ljubomir Šimunović, OFM, Croatian Chaplain in the UK. This insghtful interview can be be seen at the Croats in London webpage here.
CBR Editor Brian Gallagher recently interviewed Ashley Colburn, who produced the Emmy Award wining travel documentary ‘WOW Croatia’ and has returned to Croatia many times since. The interview can be seen at the Croatian Language School website here.
CBR Editor Brian Gallagher late last year interviewed Vlatka Hlupic, author of ‘The Management Shift – How to Harness the Power of People and Transform Your Organization for Sustainable Success’. It appeared on the Croats in London website and can be seen here.
CBR Editor Brian Gallagher has written an article regarding Operation Storm – why it took place and subsequent events. The piece appear in the excellent publication Most, published by the Croatian Chaplaincy in London. Most, with articles in both English and Croatian features material of great interest to those interested in Croatian/British issues. Contact the Chaplaincy here for details of how to get a copy.