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Switzerland

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Switzerland

Zurich Comedy Club (ZCC)

http://www.zcc.ch

The Zurich Comedy Club (ZCC) has earned the title 'Home of English-speaking theatre in Zurich since 1954'. We have performed some 140 plays in English since then - from comedies to Shakespeare. The ZCC is among the leading English-speaking drama groups in Switzerland. The Zurich Comedy Club is a group of English-speakers, though by no means exclusively native English-speakers, from around the world and around Switzerland, who meet most weeks to read, discuss, practise and perform theatre plays - both dramas and comedies. At least twice a year we stage a major production for the public when we often attract audiences in excess of 400 people at each performance. The only pre-requisites for membership are that you must speak and understand English and, for speaking parts in readings and on stage, you should have clear English diction without a strong accent, so you are easily understood.

Switzerland

English Speaking Club of Zurich (ESCZ)

http://www.escz.ch

The English Speaking Club of Zurich (ESCZ) was founded in 1963 by a small group of people whose only desire was to speak English with one another. With time those few individuals grew to form the organization existing today of about 80 persons of all ages and nationalities. In addition to speaking English, the interest of the group expanded to learning about the Zurich area, meeting people of varied cultures and attending interesting and fun activities. If you think you would like to join the English Speaking Club of Zurich feel free to visit our first 3 events - no strings attached. You need not become a member or commit to any further visits until you are completely sure that ESCZ is for you.

Switzerland

New Zealand Association of Switzerland

http://www.nzclub.ch

The New Zealand Association of Switzerland aims to bring together New Zealanders living in all parts of Switzerland. We provide information of interest to New Zealanders through the club newsletter and this website. Social activities such as hiking and skiing weekends, bowling, picnics and pot luck dinners are organised by the committee on a regular basis. There’s a Christmas party and of course an Annual General Meeting once a year. We also seek to help newcomers with contact and information about living in Switzerland. To be eligible to join the club you must either hold a New Zealand passport, be related to a New Zealander, or be able to demonstrate that you have very strong ties to New Zealand.

Switzerland

glocals

http://www.glocals.com

glocals.com is a community of friendly expats & international minded locals, and we're about doing Real Activities with Real People. We're in Geneva, Zurich, Lausanne, Basel, & Bern, in English.

Switzerland

Geneva English Drama Society

http://www.geds.ch

The Geneva English Drama Society provides a diverse theatre programme with a wide variety of styles and periods. A typical season includes 3-4 full stage productions and 20 fortnightly staged playreadings, plus workshops and social events. The play readings normally attract 50-100 people, and provide onstage roles for both experienced and aspiring actors.

Switzerland

English Speaking Club of Bern

http://www.englishclub.ch

The English Speaking Club of Bern was founded in 1978 as a meeting point for English speakers from all over the world. Members are a mixture of native (UK, USA, Canada, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand South Africa etc.) and non-native speakers of English from all over the world, who want to speak or practice English. There are lots of Swiss nationals and many Germans, Dutch, Scandanavians and non-europeans among our members and guests. Many people who turn up to the English Speaking Club are Swiss with roots in, or a special interest, or personal relationship with an English speaking country, many are also foreigners working in Switzerland – sometimes for many years.

Switzerland

Centrepoint Basel

http://www.centrepoint.ch

Centrepoint, through its resources, programmes and activities, and in co-operation with its partner organisations, strives to build and strengthen a sense of community among expatriates of all nationalities and Swiss living in the Basel Regions. With 900+ family and student members to date, Centrepoint continues its expansion and development by offering more and varied programmes, social and networking events, a new and expanding library, and ever-increasing opportunities for members to socialise and integrate.

Switzerland

American Women's Club of Zurich

http://awczurich.org

Founded in 1931, the Club is a not-for-profit volunteer-run organization dedicated to providing opportunities for friendship and personal development. We actively engage in philanthropic and community service projects in the greater Zurich region, throughout Switzerland and in the larger global community. The AWCZ Clubhouse, centrally located in Zurich, is the venue for many of the Club’s activities, including monthly coffee mornings, seminars and workshops, hobby groups and cooking classes. Space in our Clubhouse is available for hosting private events, parties and art exhibitions.

Switzerland

American International Women's Club of Geneva

http://www.aiwcgeneva.org

You don’t have to be American to join the American International Women’s Club of Geneva. The AIWC is a non-profit club offering support and friendship to English-speaking women of all nationalities residing in the Geneva area. Founded in 1958, the AIWC currently has about 700 members from 50 different nationalities.

Switzerland

American International Club of Geneva

http://www.amclub.ch

The American International Club is a community of English-speaking people living around Geneva who are enriched by diverse backgrounds and interests, and connected by a common language. Originating over sixty years ago, the AIC has evolved into a rich multicultural organization with members representing 55 countries. Whether you are new to the area or a lifetime local, make business connections, strengthen your backhand, groove your swing, and participate in charity. Explore new ideas and embrace familiar traditions. There is something for everyone.