Regular Events

We have regular informal gatherings to allow Oxford and Cambridge alumni to meet others living in their area for conversation, drinks, dinner, whatever is desired. Anyone with an Oxford or Cambridge connection is welcome, no matter whether an expatriate working here or a Dutch former Oxbridge student. If you wish, you can contact someone on the committee to find out more about the plans or the locations, but otherwise feel free just to turn up.

Amsterdam: last Thursday of every month, starting from 8 pm
Den Haag: last Tuesday of every month, starting from 8 pm
Leiden: third Tuesday of certain months, starting from 6:30 pm
Utrecht (currently not active): third Tuesday of every month, starting from 8 pm

In all cases the dates will be confirmed by e-mail (OxBridge mailing list). Click on the links below for more details of these particular cafés.

Amsterdam (Starting in January 2020: Bar Twenty Seven)

Bar Twenty Seven
Dam 27
1012 JS Amsterdam
Tel: (020) 21 82 180

Nearest tram stop is Dam (routes 2/11/12/13/17) then walk a few hundred meters towards the Dam square and look for the hotel Twenty Seven next to the Tourist Information.

Den Haag (New location since November 2019: GrandCafé De Tijd)

De Tijd
Korte poten 1
2511 EB, Den Haag
Tel: (070) 346 46 12

There is a car park under the Plein itself. The location is a short walk from Den Haag Centraal Station – leave the station towards the town centre, cross the tram tracks, walk down Bezuidenhoutseweg/Herengracht until it changes into a pedestrian shopping street (Korte Poten), and then after two blocks you reach Plein.

Leiden

Babbels
corner of Kaiserstraat and Boisotkade
(near Sterrewacht)
2311 PZ Leiden

This pub is close to the old Observatory (Sterrewacht) about 10 minutes walk from Centraal Station. Car parking is not possible, except on the other side of Witte Singel.

Utrecht (currently not active, if you are interested in a regular meeting, please send an email to secretary.ocnl@gmail.com)  

De Utrechter
Vredenburg 40
3511 BD Utrecht

On arrival, look for a Cambridge University tea blanket on a table.