The London Gaelic Society was founded in 1830. It holds a number of events on Gaelic-related themes throughout the year with guest speakers or musicians. Recent events have included a talk by John Murray on “Literature of the Gaelic Landscape”; an evening of Gaelic song with Ainsley Hamill; and a talk on Hebridean Suffragettes by playwright Toria Banks. Most recently, Chris Hood gave a presentation on the earliest history of the Society and some of the individuals who were involved in its establishment. Events are generally priced at £15 including a buffet supper. Events are open to members and non-members alike.
Ainsley presented an evening of Gaelic song to the Society in 2018.