Welcome to The website of
The Rudyard Kipling Society of Australia.
Here you’ll be able find out all about what the society is up to and whats coming up. The site will be updated regularly, so keep visiting to stay up-to-date with your societies news and activities… enjoy!
- Sunday 26th May, 2013 @ 12.00 noon
Lunch at Nilgiris – 81 Christie Street,
St Leonards – 9966 0636
Best indian restaurant in Sydney | nilgiri’s Indian restaurant
nilgiri’s IS ajoy: restaurant; functions; Cook with ajoy; chef’s tables · team
Private Room – Talk on Indian Traditional Cooking by the Chef
Activity – Member Recitals, more later!
- Saturday 24th August, 2013
Church Hall 2pm – afternoon tea meeting
Speaker will be confirmed by midyear:
Talk proposed on Kipling’s Animal Stories
- Saturday 23rd November*, 2013
Church Hall 12.30pm – luncheon meeting
Speaker – Max Lawson on “Growing up Kipling Style – Kim and Stalky”
*Feedback required if this date clashes with other societies end of year functions!
KIPLING & TRIX – A new novel by Mary Hamer
A unique insight into the life of one of the most influential literary figures of the 20th century; one whose private life was obsessively well-guarded. An incredible and theatrical tale: Hamer’s work of fiction uncovers the truth…more
The Rudyard Kipling Society of Estonia
“Oh, East is East and West is West, and never the twain shall meet” lamented Rudyard Kipling of the seemingly insurmountable gulf of understanding between the British and the inhabitants of the Indian subcontinent during his day. However, in Estonia, one of the many places often described as where East meets West, a new Kipling society aims to address at least a literary divide between compass points.
The Rudyard Kipling Society of Estonia is currently in formation. It is hoped that the society will be able to both foster new interest in Kipling and open up hitherto unexplored avenues of scholarly research. Whilst the principal focus will be on the life and writings of Rudyard Kipling, the society will also have a Comparative Literature characteristic to it. This is partly due to the international nature of the membership and to encourage a diverse approach towards Kipling and his works. Therefore, anyone interested in becoming a member or supporting the society upon a road not yet taken
is welcome to join.
For more information please contact James Montgomery Wollen by email:
Sydney Conservatorium Concert with Dr Michael Halliwell
Friday August 30 at 4:00 pm (see here for details)
Title of Lecture/Recital:
Bards of Empire: Kipling and Grainger.
Kipling’s Life and Works as reflected in the music of Grainger and others.