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Welcome to our web site (English)

Our Polish House in Glasgow is named in honour of General Władysław Sikorski, Prime Minister of the Polish Government in Exile and Commander-in-Chief of the Polish Forces during much of the Second World War. Established in 1954, and the prime focus of the Polish community in Glasgow ever since, we are formally constituted as the General Wladyslaw Sikorski Memorial House, Polish Social & Educational Society in Glasgow. Our Society premises include a restaurant, the Sikorski Club lounge-bar, library and function room. We also offer language classes, film presentations, discussion groups, musical evenings and other cultural activities of interest to Poles and Scots alike. In the best traditions of Poland and Scotland, we welcome new members and visitors of every nationality to our Polish House - Dom Polski.

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Notice of Special Members Meeting and AGM

SMM and AGM will take place on Sunday 28th April 2019

Appeal for information in connection with the murder of the Pole Rafal Lyko

See poster

National Theatre of Scotland production "Dear Europe" 29th March

Message from National Theatre of Scotland:- I am getting in touch to inform you about an upcoming production set to take place in Glasgow on the night the UK leaves the European Union, 29th of March. Dear Europe brings together and challenges some of Scotland’s most adventurous theatre makers to explore their relationship with Europe. Powerful, playful and provocative performances, food, film and music will signal the end of an era. Two artists focus specifically on the Polish community in Glasgow, creating a piece inspired by the civil rights “red experience” in Soviet-era Poland. Through the use of found footage and archive film, they reflect on the contemporary experiences of people of colour in present-day Poland and the Polish community in Glasgow. Dear Europe will have British Sign Language interpretation and audio description. Production may contain political views which are not the views of the Sikorski Memorial House. https://www.nationaltheatrescotland.com/production/dear-europe/

How to Deal With Brexit 4th March 16:00 to 2030 in The Royal Scots Club, Edinburgh

The Consulate General of the republic of Poland in Edinburgh with the ministry of entrepreneurship and technology organises an information meeting. There will be a panel of experts to answer questions about Brexit and how it may affect you in Scotland. You should email your questions to Edinburgh@Msz.Gov.Pl so that answers can be properly prepared.

Polish Language Classes

Our Polish language classes will resume again soon. Beginners level starts on Monday 11th March at 7:00pm and Intermediate level starts on Thursday 14th March at 7:00pm. Both courses are for 10 weeks and cost £120. Register by emailing secretary@sikorskipolishclub.org.uk

STO LAT Dinner party - Saturday 2nd March

We are having a dinner and party to celebrate “100 lat niepodległości”. During the dinner we will be toasting the Society and Poland and will finish the meal off with a sing song led by Gosciniec. Then party in the bar. All members are welcome to join the party in the bar which starts about 9pm. Tickets for the three course dinner in U Jarka costs £25. If you wish to attend the dinner send an email to: secretary@sikorskipolishclub.org.uk Or ask at the bar.

Polish Language Course in Krakow (external agency)

Intensive Polish courses with accommodation in Krakow. International School of Polish Language and Culture in Krakow. See poster.

Licensing Laws

Following a review by the Licensing Standards Officers the Board of Trustees would like to remind everyone of the following: It is illegal to consume alcohol or be in possession of an open container of alcohol outside the premises of the bar. This includes the back yard and the front steps. Management have been instructed to take corrective action if members try to take alcoholic drinks outside.

Membership reminder

All members are respectfully reminded that subscriptions for 2017/18 are now due and should be paid as soon as possible. Current fees are £20 (£15 senior citizens and students) which can be paid at the bar or by post to The Treasurer, The Sikorski Polish Club, 5 Parkgrove Terrace, Glasgow G3 7SD (cheque made payable to "The Polish Educational Society in Glasgow".

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Sunday 12 noon - 11pm
(Bar opens 12:30pm)
Monday 7pm - 11pm
Tuesday closed
Wednesday 7pm - 11pm
Thursday 6pm - 11pm
Friday 6pm - 12 midnight
Saturday 12 noon - 12 midnight

 

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