Club Programme & Meetings

Meeting dates & programme: 

The club is on its summer break, but here are titles from the last season. The new programme will be here soon.

And for information on what happens at a club meeting take a look below

Speech 1: Radio – Still Relevant?

Speech 2: Heroism

Speech 3: Philosophers

Speech 4: The Mobile Phone

Speech 1: My First Car

Speech 2: Choosing a Career

Speech 3: Africa or Wales?

Speech 4: Mental Health


Speech 1: Habit

Speech 2: Management Speak

Speech 3: What Matters Most

Speech 4: TV Policing

Impromptu Speech Contest

Speech 1: Europe

Speech 2: Rambling


Club Evaluation Competition

Speech 1: Rules

Speech 2: My Best Decision

Speech 1: When I Grow Up…

Speech 2: Gambling

Speech 3: Waffling

Speech 4: The Shrinking Planet

Speech 1: Doctor Who

Speech 2: Youth

Speech 3: Nelson

Speech 4: Paper or iPad

Speech 1: If I Ruled The World

Speech 2: Cookery Programmes

Speech 3: My First Job

Speech 4: The Customer Is Always Wrong

Speech 1: Sporting Greats

Speech 2: Morning Routines

Speech 3: Corporate Greed

Speech 4: What’s Changed?

True or False Speech competition

Speech 1: Sarcasm

Speech 2: Professionals

Club Meetings

Cardiff Speakers Club meets on a Thursday every fortnight at 7.15pm. The venue is upstairs in the Cyncoed Methodist Church Hall, Westminster Crescent, Cyncoed, Cardiff. (If you enter the Hall through the main door, turn left and the stairs are through another door in front of you).

Meetings normally consist of four speeches prepared in advance which are then evaluated for their content and style of presentation. Feedback is given on positive aspects as well as areas which may need a little work.

The speeches are interspersed with two minute topics and a round of the Topic Knock-Out Competition. From time to time speeches will have a specific aim, such as the use of visual aids or other assignments from the Association of Speakers Clubs training manual as members progress towards achieving the ASC standard or advanced certificates.

At the end of the evening a General Evaluator will give feedback on the whole evening, including the performance of the Chairman, comments of the speech evaluators and the best topic of the night!

One of our aims is that if they wish to, each member should have an opportunity to speak at every meeting.

For more information on our meetings please contact us using the details on the “Contact Us” page or Email Cardiff speakers Club.


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