Leith Conversation Cafes
Leith Conversation Cafes offer conversation sessions where people of different cultures can learn from each other.
About Leith Conversation Cafes
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Join In, Speak Out, Be Inspired!
Leith Conversation Cafes offer friendly, respectful and engaging conversation sessions where people of different cultures can learn from each other, gain knowledge of their local area, practice their English and feel included. They are a chance for people to share stories, experiences and passions with others they might not normally meet, over a friendly cup of something warm.
Conversation topics for each session are decided about a week in advance by our volunteer hosts with input from guests. You can find details of topics for each session on our website – leithconversations
The conversations are structured so that everyone has a chance to speak and be heard, however shy or confident they feel and no matter how many words of English they know.
While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for Leith Conversation Cafes are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment.
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