The Swedish-British Society is a cultural society based in Stockholm. It was founded in 1919, at the instigation of the late Crown Prince Gustaf Adolf, later King Gustaf Adolf VI, with the aim to promote and further the cultural relations between the Swedish and the British people.
The Society arranges a number of events e.g. interesting lectures by prominent speakers, visits to concerts and theatres, an annual St. Andrew's Ball and an annual spring excursion to a Swedish manor house or castle as well as a number of other social activities. 2-3 events are being arranged each month for the members.
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