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Address: Lithuania House, 2 Bessborough Gardens, London SW1V 2JE, UNITED KINGDOM
On 1st May, a new flight is launching from London City Airport (LCY) direct to Vilnius (VNO) meaning it has never been easier to visit, Vilnius, Lithuania’s capital city. LOT Polish Airlines will offer up to 12 flights a week on this service.
“Ask any well-read Lithuanian who completed high school after 2002 which work of literature they remember best from their studies and you are almost guaranteed to hear,
Friday 8 March 2019. A recital by the Lithuanian pianist Petras Geniušas which was followed by a festive reception was held at the Embassy to mark the 29th Anniversary of the Re-Establishment of Independence of Lithuania.
Star and Shadow Cinema in Newcastle collaborates with NGO ‘Meno Avilys’ and presents a programme ‘Cinematic Inclusions: documentary traditions and experiments in Lithuanian cinema’.
UK audiences to be treated to a unique fusion of Lithuanian classical music, art and digital technology
From January 2019 grants are available from the Baltic Culture Fund for joint cultural projects between Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia. The goal of the Baltic Culture Fund, founded on 8 July 2018, is to promote cultural cooperation between the Baltic countries and strengthen the internationalisation of Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian culture through joint cultural projects and events. Grants are awarded annually and the deadline for applications is 20 May.
On 17 December 2018 H.E. Renatas Norkus, Lithuanian Ambassador to the UK, hosted members of the Committee for Preservation of Jewish Cemeteries in Europe (CPJCE) led by its President Rabbi Elyakim Schlesinger at the Embassy in London. The range of issues of cooperation were discussed including the progress of implementation of the project of perpetuation of the Old Šnipiškės Jewish cemetery in Vilnius in line with the tripartite agreement signed by the Jewish. Community of Lithuania, the CPJCE and the Department of Cultural Heritage under the Ministry of Culture in 2009.
The Embassy of Lithuania in the UK invites you to a tribute run in commemoration of the Day of defenders of freedom of Lithuania. It will take place in Parsloes Park, Dagenham on January 12th 2018, Saturday, at 11 AM.
The Litvak Days have been organized by the Lithuanian embassy in the United Kingdom since 2011. Put on together with University College London the cycle of Litvak Days events this year are dedicated to mark the centenary of the reestablishment of the independence of the Lithuanian state and are an invitation to experience a deeper understanding of the musical heritage of Lithuania’s Jews.
Lithuania based early music ensemble Canto Fiorito and Musica Antiqua Salzburg from Austria will perform a program The Hanseatic Way: A Musical Journey Through a Shared Past of XVI-XVII c.c. music at prestigious Brighton Early Music Festival on Sunday, 4 November, 7.30 pm, at St Martin's Church, BN2 3HQ 4 .
You are cordially invited to the 8th annual Litvak Days - this year dedicated to mark the centenary of Lithuania’s restored statehood - on 28-29 November and 5 December, 2018. We are delighted to announce that music is at the heart of Litvak Days 2018.
The Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce in the United Kingdom (LCCUK) under the Patronage of the Embassy of Lithuania and with support of President Valdas Adamkus Invites you to the LCCUK Charity Ball 2018 dedicated to the centenary of Lithuania's restored statehood.
The Exhibition of 17 posters from the Vilna Ghetto, first displayed at the Embassy during the Commemoration of National Memorial Day for the Genocide of Lithuanian Jews on 20th September, will remain open to visitors until October 17th. The posters are an invaluable testimony of spiritual resistance to the brutality of the Holocaust. More information about the Exhibition can be found here. Please email [email protected] or call +44(0)20 7592 2842 to arrange a private viewing.
The Embassy would like to cordially thank everyone who attended the National Holocaust Commemoration Day on 20th September. We have now made some photos from the moving evening available on our Facebook account. You can find them here.