80 Rue de Lausanne
Tel: 022 731 6797
Open 7/7 from 10am until 2am
The Original Mr. Pickwick - established in Geneva during the 60s to cater for all the English speaking ex-pats. We have an array of different events including live concerts, karaoke, quiz nights, jazz nights, poker nights and so on. Please check out our events page www.mrpickwick.ch.
All our events are free to the public. See our website for full listing of Events.
There are also 4 big screens & 20 plasma screens to show the best in sporting events, from Tennis to Football (both British & American) via
Rugby and a whole lot more! The kitchen provides great traditional English food: fish & chips, steak & kidney pies and a full English breakfast on weekends
Hoping that this will be of interest to the expats, their friends as well as to yourselves, we hope that you will feature us on your website.
Directions: From the station (Gare Cornavin), Tram number 13 or 15 towards Nations. Get off at stop "Butini" (tram stops just outside)
On a quarterly basis, Packimpex organises a wide range of events in Bern, Basel, Geneva, Lausanne, Neuchatel, Zug, and Zurich. These events allow you to learn more about Swiss culture and to build up a network in your new home town and are great fun to attend. More information is available at www.packimpex.ch/events.
Go Beyond Ltd makes angel investing in Europe more visible, accessible and effective and is lead by experienced business angels.
Geneva Events and Training
Are you interested in contributing to the growth of young start-ups and the prospect of making money? If yes, then joining one of Go Beyond’s investor groups may be for you.
Go Beyond’s Groups enable you, from as little as half a day per month, to join a group of 10-20 individuals, pool knowledge and money to invest in 2-3 start ups over a year. You will receive expert support from Go Beyond and may top up an investment with your own funds, if you wish.
If you would like to learn more about Go Beyond and meet fellow investors, join us at one of our Awareness Seminars (followed by an investment event) on one of the following dates. Click on the event names for more information and to register.
Awareness Seminar - Learn more about Angel Investing and Go Beyond’s Groups
Investment Event - Watch 2-4 start-ups present, meet other investors and Group members
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Now entering it's 7th year with Switzerland's original comedy club shows happening for 9 months of the year every two weeks in Lausanne, Geneva, Zurich and Basel, Guy Stevens continues to bring regular riotous Anglo-Saxon laughter to Switzerland presenting the best International English speaking stand up and comedy cabaret from around the world to an increasingly mixed-age audience of Expats of all nations and native Swiss alike. Known TV personalities can often be seen alongside the up-and-coming stars of tomorrow but no matter who is on the bill you will always be certain of having a great time and a good laugh amongst a highly mixed international crowd. New friends are there to be found and it's a great night out for any group too! Professional english speaking stand up comedy is now a permanent addition amongst all the possibilities for anyone in Switzerland to put in their social diaries.
Line-ups, venues, mailing list subscription and all other info on the website http://www.internationalcomedyclub.ch/
Daily Lake Geneva Region/Swiss News - blog style -
On the first Sunday of every month, local pond owners meet informally from 2 to 6 p.m. (14:00-18:00) in each other's homes and gardens to discuss water gardening techniques. The August 4 meeting will be by the large koi pond in the beautiful garden of a club member in Genthod. The club's website at www.ponds.meetup.com/1 offers free membership with no obligation, and full details about the next month's meeting location and subjects of discussion. These casual get-togethers take place in the towns around Geneva, Vaud, and neighboring France. Visitors are always welcome with prior notice. Members freely share their excess goldfish, aquatic plants and pond equipment.
Over snacks and drinks by the water lily ponds, rank amateurs planning their first pond discuss their options in French or English with serious experts having many ponds and years of experience. Topics include making ponds safe for children, eliminating and preventing algae, selecting and propagating aquatic plants, and feeding and breeding goldfish and koi.
The website's Message Board section includes many informative articles about designing and constructing ponds, potting up aquatic and bog plants, creating trouble-free biological filters, protecting fish from herons, feeding fish with foods from your kitchen, winterizing your pond in autumn, and other interesting articles for ponders to ponder.