The Anglo-Danish Society

Royal Banquet - Wednesday 4 December 2019

When: Date: Wednesday 4th December 2019

Time: 6.15 – 6.30 arrival ahead of HM Queen Margrethe. Carriages at midnight.

Place: Drapers’ Hall, Throgmorton Avenue, City of London, EC2N 2DQ

Celebrating 60 years of Scholarships

The evening will include a fabulous Black Tie dinner with a drinks reception, delicious food and outstanding music and entertainment in the splendid surroundings of Drapers' Hall in the heart of the City of London.

We are also thrilled that the comedian, broadcaster and author, Sandi Toksvig will join us as the Guest Speaker.

Read more about Sandi Toksvig here


Members and their guests - £170

Non-Members - £185

There is now a waiting list for tickets to this event.

Please contact Bette Broyd for further information:
Mob: 07934 236686


Why not also include a donation and help us continue to support our scholars? For £100 or more your generosity will be recognised with your name added to the list of personal donors printed in the Souvenir Programme for the Royal Banquet.

Please arrange direct bank transfer payments after booking events with Bette 


Name: The Anglo-Danish Society  
Bank: National Westminster Bank
Sort Code: 55-70-13
Account No: 78325285 

If applicable: 

IBAN code: GB43 NWBK 5570 1378 3252 85 (bank fees to be paid by payer's account in order that The Anglo-Danish Society gets the full amount for the benefit of our charity).

Please mark your payment with your name and event for easy identification.

No refunds after 18th October 2019.

Full refunds will only be made direct to bank accounts and on the provision of bank details to the Honorary Treasurer.

Sponsorship Opportunities

This celebration of the 60th Anniversary of the Scholarship Programme offers significant Sponsorship Opportunities for individuals, businesses and other organisations to support our very worthwhile charity that invests in the talented youth of Britain and Denmark.

See the range of Sponsorship Opportunities here

Point of Contact is Wayne Harber:

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