Bay Area Cabaret presents UK-based close harmony singing group THE PUPPINI SISTERS: Discount for BBS Members

At 5:30 pm on Sunday, April 17th, Bay Area Cabaret will present the UK-based close harmony singing group The Puppini Sisters at the Fairmont San Francisco’s Venetian Room.  Shortly after we announced this show to Bay Area Cabaret’s subscribers, tickets disappeared.  We’ve recently added a 2 pm matinee performance.  Buy your tickets now for this exclusive US appearance!  The Puppini Sisters have performed with Michael Buble and Cyndi Lauper, are favorites of music producer David Foster and have been featured on John Pizzarelli and Jessica Molaskey’s Radio Deluxe.  At the Venetian Room, the group will perform classics like “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy” and “Accentuate the Positive”, as well as their Andrews Sisters style versions of “Walk Like an Egyptian”, and songs by Beyonce, David Bowie and more from their new album “The High Life” (which just debuted at #2 on the UK jazz charts!). 

Visit http://www.bayareacabaret.org or call us at (415) 927-4636 to find information, video clips and tickets.  BABC and BBS members and their guests may use the code “HIGHLIFE” at checkout to receive a $10 discount off the price of general admission tickets. 

Tea_ImageAND:  At 3 pm on Saturday, April 16th, join The
Puppini Sisters at the 
Fairmont Laurel Court for a benefit High Tea, including a brief a capellaperformance and fashion show  to celebrate the Sisters’ arrival from London.  Vintage and other teatime attire is encouraged, but not required.  A limited number of reservations for this event ($55) are available and must be made in advance through Bay Area Cabaret at http://www.bayareacabaret.org or by calling us at (415) 927-4636.                                                                     

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Annual Christmas Dinner

The BBS held its annual Christmas dinner at the Cliff House overlooking the ocean in San Francisco on December 2nd, 2015. It was a great night attended by members and guests and the British Consul General, Priya Guha, as our special guest. There were many great raffle items donated by members and local companies. Christmas dinner was delicious and all enjoyed singing some favorite Christmas carols! Visit this website for details about the next Christmas event in December 2016!IMG_0594Cliff House


British Expats: Tax, Financial & Immigration Solutions You Need To Know!

The British American Business Council (BABC) Northern California is organizing a special event for British Expats at the Bank of the West in San Jose, on Thursday March 26th 2015 from 6:30pm.

Whether you are new to the Bay Area or have been here a while, there are things you need to know to ensure success with your tax planning, immigration status and current and future finances. Navigating the immigration laws, establishing your credit history, understanding the taxation system, and oh, what to do with that UK pension you left behind? While these issues may seem separate, your decisions about one issue, may negatively, or positively, impact one of the other areas.

This is your chance to get your questions answered from a panel of experts in tax, immigration law, banking and UK pensions. You will also get a chance to connect with people who are in the same situation as yourself.


British Consul General

The British Consul General, Priya Guha –The British Benevolent Society enjoys a close relationship with the British Consulate General Office in San Francisco.

A letter from the British Consul General

“As the British Consul General in San Francisco, I would like to thank the British Benevolent Society (BBS) for all its valuable work in assisting British Nationals in the region.

Ever since its creation in 1858, the BBS has maintained a close working relationship with the British Consulate-General. In my time in San Francisco, I have seen at first hand the excellent work and relief that this charity can deliver.

The dedicated individuals at BBS give their time and support to assist British Nationals in distress, whether it’s in a personal crisis or during a larger-scale disaster.

Nobody ever imagines something will go wrong when they are far from home, but when the unexpected does happen and British Nationals find themselves at their most vulnerable and have exhausted all other options, BBS will be a source of support.

We are very proud to partner with the British Benevolent Society and really appreciate all its efforts in support of the UK.”

Priya Guha
British Consul General
San Francisco, CA

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