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    Would you like to -
    • Become a confident speaker?
    • Feel more confident at business meetings and social occasions?
    • Make new friends in a supporting and encouraging environment?
    • Gain a competitive edge in your life/career
    • Join over 300,000 people worldwide
    • Have fun, while learning!!!
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    What Happens in a Meeting?

About Us

London Public Speakers is a London Toastmasters club full of energy where you can have fun
and learn how to become a better public speaker, why not come along as a guest for free!!

CLICK HERE To check our FAQ before you send us your queries.

What is Toastmasters?

Toastmasters International is a world leader in communication and leadership development. With 345,000 members worldwide. Members improve their speaking and leadership skills by attending one of the 15,900 clubs in 142 countries.

The world needs leaders. Leaders head families, coach teams, run businesses and mentor others. These leaders must not only accomplish, they must communicate. By regularly giving speeches, gaining feedback, leading teams and guiding others to achieve their goals in a supportive atmosphere, leaders emerge from the Toastmasters program. Every Toastmasters journey begins with a single speech. During their journey, they learn to tell their stories. They listen and answer. They plan and lead. They give feedback—and accept it. Through our community of learners, they find their path to leadership.

Our Meeting

Learn the skills you need to succeed

London Public Speakers provides a proven and enjoyable way to practice communication and leadership skills. As each meeting is a learn-by-doing workshop, there is no instructor. Instead members practice their speaking skills in a friendly and very supportive environment.

A program that works

Members learn communication skills by progressing through a speech manual that contains a series of 10 self-paced speaking assignments designed to instil a basic foundation in public speaking.

Our members learn skills related to use of humour, gestures, eye contact, speech organisation and overall delivery.

When you have completed this manual, there are 15 advanced manuals to chose from, each helping you to learn different skills related to specific interests.

In our learn-by-doing approach, we don't lecture our members about public speaking skills. We give them the tools and techniques necessary to speak with professionalism and confidence.

Feedback on your progress

The key to knowing how well you are doing and how to improve is through feedback. Each time you speak at our meeting, you received individual feedback. You will soon see how valuable this is and how quickly it helps you improve.

Lose the fear

Surveys often show how people are more nervous of public speaking than they are of death. Joining London Public Speakers is your first step in overcoming that fear. You can be sure that you are embarking on a program that has been used successfully by millions of people across the world.

Our Vision And Mission

We provide a fun and safe environment for you to become a better public speaker.
Our energetic meetings happen every week and can really help you grow!!!

We can help You!

There is one thing that all the great public speakers today have done. They’ve learned from all the great speakers of the past.

Those recognised as having superb speaking skills like Bill Clinton and Barack Obama have all studied and learned how their predecessors conveyed their message to the public.

While very few of us are lucky enough have been born with a natural talent to speak in public without some fear or to have the resources of a President, there is a solution.

Improve your skills

As the leading public speaking club, London Public Speakers can quickly help you to improve your public speaking skills and increase your self-confidence with a practical learn by doing approach.

We provide a fun and friendly learn-by-doing environment that enables you to develop your skills in a comfortable, supportive environment.

Learn new skills

Our meetings are suitable for everyone, no matter what your experience. Whether the very thought of speaking in public fills you with fear, or if you love standing up to speak in front of a crowd, you will learn something new by attending our meetings.

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I see something in you, but I don't know what it is.

- Dananjaya Hettiarachchi -

Meet Your Committee

Here is your committee 2016-2017

Mark Mark Wiltshire - President & IT Support -

The boss... & manages website and IT Support

  • Toastmaster since January 2015
  • Why did you join? - To improve my public speaking and help sell my own business.
  • Biggest Learning - By actually doing I am much better than I thought I was, and I am learning new skills every meeting, while having fun. It is also inspiring to hear everyone speak and learn new perspectives from every new member.
Reggie Reginald Adams - Vice President - Education -

Assigns club meeting roles and speeches

  • Toastmaster since December 2015
  • Why did you join? - To learn how to best talk about what I have written about.
  • Biggest Learning - Conveying ideas is best done when you tap into human emotion rather than human intellect. Of course you still need to have that intellectual content but the means in which it travels across an audience is quite a different thing.
Eugenio Eugenio Goncalves-Pinto - Vice President - Membership -

Helps guests and supports our members

  • Toastmaster since I have been a Toastmaster in a different language. I first joined the Young Entrepreneurs Toastmasters Club (Lisbon - Portugal) back in 2011, and during 3 years I assumed different roles in the club, helped to raise a new club in Sintra - Portugal, and also held a role at the national level, leading award-winning projects. Then I moved to London and joined the London Public Speakers in 2017 to continue my toastmasters' journey.
  • Why did you join? - To meet like-minded people while improving my speaking skills in a truly supportive environment.
  • Biggest Learning - During my journey at Toastmasters, I've learned I can be a very passionate, ambitious and diligent leader, inspiring people to achieve great things! (which is something I haven't realized before, and fulfills my soul).
Conroy Conroy Pretorius - Treasurer -

Takes care of the money

  • Toastmaster since [TBC].
  • Why did you join? - [TBC].
  • Biggest Learning - [TBC].
Joanna Joanna Szoska - Vice President Mentoring -

Helps new members find a mentor

  • Toastmaster for 3 years
  • Why did you join? - Initially I came to TM meeting out of curiosity, to see how being a member of a public speaking club could help me to overcome nervousness when meeting new people. I felt intimidated at first and hesitated for a long time. I probably became the longest hesitating guest that joined LPS. I joined when I recognized that I was receiving enough help, motivation and support to allow me to work on the areas that needed improvement.
  • Biggest Learning - The main thing, which I learnt from being a toastmaster is that you learn even when you are thinking that you are not doing very well - practise is what helps you grow.
Andy Andy O’Sullivan - Vice President - Public Relations -

Promoting the club

  • Toastmaster for over 10 years and a DTM !!!!
  • Why did you join? - To have more confidence in Business meetings so I could convey my ideas and also have courage to volunteer for delivering presentations.
  • Biggest Learning - When I’m feeling nervous or uncomfortable is the time that I’m growing.



Meetings a year


Speeches a Year


Tips on Public Speaking


Here are some of the our most common questions. If you need more information please Contact us.

We are a member club of Toastmasters International, which has grown to become a world leader in helping people become more competent and comfortable in front of an audience. With nearly 345,000 members in more than 15,900 clubs in 142 countries, Toastmasters offers a proven – and enjoyable! – way to practice and improve your communication and leadership skills. You can learn more at Toastmasters.org

London Public Speakers meet EVERY Monday (NOT on Bank Holidays) and Thursday, please check for our next meeting on our meetup.com group or in the About Us section above.

Please arrive by 06:20pm for a 06:30pm start, meetings are generally finish by 08:45pm.

You can find exact details of our next meeting on our meetup.com group

London Public Speakers usually meet at The Shipwrights Arms, 88 Tooley Street, London SE1 2TF. (GoogleMaps) BUT please check exact details of our next meeting on our meetup.com group or in the About Us section above, as venue does sometimes change

Guests to our club are always made to feel very welcome. There is no need to register, just turn up on the night and have fun!

There is absolutely nothing for you to prepare in advance of attending the meeting. A pen will be useful if you can bring one along to the meeting.

We don't have a single person who always takes charge of our meetings. Instead everyone participates to practice and learn new skills by taking a meeting role such as timer, evaluator or grammarian, giving a prepared speech from the Toastmasters manual or taking part in the impromptu speaking section called Table Topics.

No. If you compare our membership fees to various courses you can attend, London Public Speakers is the least expensive and in our opinion the most effective way to learn public speaking and to develop confidence.

Toastmasters is a not-for-profit organisation.

No. It would be too much of an administrative burden to collect memberships fees monthly, so we do it per annum pro rata. Our club is totally not for profit, being organised and managed by our members. Rates are from current month to March, reducing each month. This way we can renew all members at the same time each year - in March.

Toastmasters is a not-for-profit organisation.

The joining process is very simple at London Public Speakers. You only need to fill in a brief membership form and pay both the joining fee and membership fees (. You will need to be more than 18 years old to be eligible for membership of Toastmasters International.

Come along to one of our meetings and have a chat with out members, Contact us, or visit toastmasters.org

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Members Tools

Here are some helpful tools for our members.
If you would like to see anything else let us know.

(NOTE Hit LOAD MORE below to see ALL the resources we have)

Speeches and tools


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Please get in contact with us.

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