New! Early Bird Spanish beginner essentials
French beginners
German beginners
German advanced conversation
Russian beginners

Mandarin Chinese beginners


Early Bird Spanish
A city centre early morning starter course in essential Spanish.
April 30, 2019 for 4 weeks.
Tuesdays and Thursdays.
07.15 - 08.45
In the training room of 200° Coffee, 21 Colmore Row, B3.

The survival basics for Spain and the Spanish-speaking Americas. To be followed by a continuation course for Spanish business essentials in June and July.

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Teacher - Ana Morodo:

“¿Hay una mejor forma de empezar el día que practicando español entre colegas y nuevos amigos?"

“Is there a better way to start the day than practising Spanish with colleagues and new friends?”

Fee £149 for 12 hours training.
Maximum 8 places.

Materials: A selection of materials provided by the teacher to give you a fun-based structured start to everyday conversational Spanish.


A French beginner class with 5 or 6 members meets on Wednesdays 7pm-9pm at the Prince of Wales in the Bothy. Tutor - Bernard Grosz. Classes will restart for 5 weeks on March 6th, 2019. Fee £55 for the 10 hour course.

You can enrol here for 5 weeks of classes from March 6th:

New learners: for advice on your level please contact John Langran.


German for beginners meets on Tuesday evenings at the Prince of Wales in the Snug. This is a small group of 3 people. Please contact the teacher Angelika Evans for details.


Advanced German conversation meets on Monday mornings at the Prince of Wales in the Bothy. Please contact Angelika Evans for details.


A Russian class for beginners with 5 learners meets on Wednesdays 7pm-8.30pm in the Prince of Wales in the Snug. Tutor - John Langran. We are taking a break and classes will restart for 3 weeks on March 27th, 2019. Fee £26.50 for 4.5 hours tuition.

You can enrol here for 3 weeks of classes from March 27th:

New learners please email John Langran for advice on your level.


Beginners Mandarin Chinese on Thursday evenings starting September 9, 2019 in the Moseley Exchange (behind the Post Office). Watch this space for details!