Remember it's the Quiz Night at Kemp's on Saturday Night - it's not only a battle of wits but great fun and a bit of a giggle, so do register and come along.
Added by British Honorary Consulate on October 28, 2010 at 14:40 —
Well, I finally got it together. I now have gift certificates, gift baskets and a variety of mugs, tea sets, syrups, etc available. I have some sample baskets made up, but I will make baskets per order. Please order them in advance of when you need them so that I have enough time to make them. I have 2 basket types, one is "Coffee Break" and the other is "tea Time". I can alos make one large combo basket. The basket decoration will change according to season and holiday. If you want one for a… Continue
Added by Janis McClure on October 22, 2010 at 11:36 —
About a week a lady from the Hamburg Express (online newspaper) contacted me about doing and interview for a new weekly feature they have started. Needless to say I was totally over the moon about it. She said she read my store reviews on Qype and it piqued her interest. The interview was posted today and will run for a week. Here is the link, http://www.thehamburgexpress.com/content/view/1402789/58/
Added by Janis McClure on September 23, 2010 at 13:20 —
Added by British Honorary Consulate on July 12, 2010 at 15:07 —
Please note that the Quiz at Kemp's (scheduled for Saturday, 05.06.2010) has been cancelled. Sorry folks.
Added by British Honorary Consulate on June 4, 2010 at 15:17 —
According to the BBC the next general election is likely to be on 6th May: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/politics/8496591.stm
I found this link to the site where UK citizens living abroad can register for a postal vote so thought I'd share it here: http://www.aboutmyvote.co.uk/
Not sure whom I'm going to vote for, but I suppose I ought to!
Added by John Heaven on March 17, 2010 at 14:00 —
The University Players present:
TWO ONE ACTS ABOUT LOVE
Edward Albee’s THE ZOO STORY… Continue
Added by University Players on March 12, 2010 at 13:16 —
Much Ado About Nothing, by William Shakespeare, directed by Carol McNamara, was a great delight and proved that a Shakespeare comedy isn't the hard fare that people imagine if it is approached in the light-hearted vein in which it was written. Audiences loved it, as was proven by our average sales of 84%, and our crowning glory was Jasper, a lovable, well-behaved English Springer Spanial and excellent acting dog! Wit, wickedness, song, dance and a happy end - what more could you want!
Added by The Hamburg Players on March 9, 2010 at 14:45 —
I have just moved to Hamburg and would be keen to join an English speaking local amateur football that play evenings or weekends.
Any additional information would be helpful.
Added by Andrew Box on January 11, 2010 at 16:46 —
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas & all the best for 2010
British Consulate, Hamburg
Added by British Honorary Consulate on December 23, 2009 at 16:04 —
British Day in Hamburg is always a resounding celebration of German-British friendship, but it also serves a further good cause. The 14,000 visitors who enjoyed the daytime programme and the British Day Open Air Proms Concert on 5 - 6 September at the Hamburg Polo Club helped raise 22,500 Euros for charity, bringing the total donated over the past 19 years to more than 350,000 Euros.
Cheques were handed over by British Day initiator Peter Rogers at a reception at the Anglo-German… Continue
Added by Jo Dawes on December 2, 2009 at 16:21 —
Well, our audiences seem to like it - standing ovations, endless applause and best of all, beaming bright faces leaving the theatre! Tickets are selling extremely well and are hard to come by in the second week. One of our greatest successes, it seems! Who would have thought that having 36 people on stage in a production could run so smoothly. Many thanks to our director Rebecca Garron, assistant Julia Weitschat and our wonderful musical director Florian Miro, not to mention all the… Continue
Added by The Hamburg Players on November 14, 2009 at 12:54 —
is a new service from the Foreign Office that lets you register your whereabouts while you're travelling or living abroad. So, if there's an emergency and you need to be contacted, we can find you more quickly.
You can Register with LOCATE by visiting www.fco.gov.uk/travel
and clicking on LOCATE
Added by British Honorary Consulate on October 22, 2009 at 13:03 —
Our flyers have all gone out already, but the news is that patrons of Theater an der Marschnerstraße are no longer able to use the Dello car park - it has been sold and will be redeveloped! So when you come to see our November production A Christmas Carol, bear that in mind. It might be best to come by train - U-Bahn Hamburger Strasse.
See you there!
Added by The Hamburg Players on October 9, 2009 at 21:00 —
Hello Britain in Hamburg!
I'm John, as you will have gathered from my profile. I'm stuck back here in Birmingham, where I work for Birmingham City Council as part of the 'Excellence in People Management' programme. (I can bore you with the details on request.)
I have one foot in Hamburg because my fiancée has recently started working there and I'm looking to relocate as soon as I get a job.
My first two visits to Hamburg were school exchanges, and I enjoyed… Continue
Added by John Heaven on September 20, 2009 at 18:28 —
The FCO has set up a new online registration service called LOCATE
where British nationals travelling or living abroad can register.
LOCATE is meant to record both short-term visits and longer-term residence outside the UK and is for use by all British nationals and their families anywhere, for any length of stay. The new system allows authorised staff in London as well as local consular… Continue
Added by Jo Dawes on September 14, 2009 at 16:00 —
For fans of British Day - or for that matter of British actor Mark Lyndon - this clip on the RTL Regional website
is a must. Suzan Üner and her film crew spent most of Saturday (5 Sept) at British Day with Mark as their guide. What Hamburgers think of the British, what Mark thinks of the Scots and how Mark copes with a side saddle - it's all here, with a good dose of the humour we expect from the man who… Continue
Added by Jo Dawes on September 7, 2009 at 18:22 —
es heißt, dass allein der Flügelschlag eines Schmetterlings das Wetter beeinflussen kann. Ob Sprichwort oder Lehrsatz aus der Chaostheorie, festzustellen bleibt, dass auf Wettervorhersagen kein großer Verlass ist. Dementsprechend werden wir nach den Unwetterwarnungen für gestern, die heutige Abschlussveranstaltung unseres Open-Air-Kino in der HafenCity definitiv vor Ort stattfinden lassen.
Wir freuen uns auf zahlreiche Besucher, eine ebenso tolle Stimmung wie am Donnerstag und einen… Continue
Added by Heiner Schäfer on July 18, 2009 at 17:17 —
sämtliche Stoßgebete haben nichts genützt. Dunkle Wolken überschatten unser heutiges Open-Air-Kino in der HafenCity. Das ist mehr als ärgerlich. Nicht zuletzt weil der gestrige Auftakt mit "Slumdog Millionair" ein wunderschöner Event war.
Dennoch müssen wir der Unwetterwarnung für Hamburg Rechnung tragen und die heutige Open-Air-Veranstaltung leider absagen. Wir verlagern die geplante Sneak-Preview kurzerhand in das Streits Filmtheater am Jungfernstieg. Vorstellungsbeginn ist um 23… Continue
Added by Heiner Schäfer on July 17, 2009 at 14:59 —
Added by Heiner Schäfer on July 9, 2009 at 12:00 —