London Origami are the London 'Mini meeting group' of the British Origami Society. Although the London group have existed since the formation of the Society the name London Origami was first used in 2004.

We meet regularly once a month in the festival Hall (Embankment) to share and enjoy origami.

London Origami regularly appear at events such as the Japan Matsuri in Trafalger Square and MCM Comicon at Excel.

You are welcome to attend our meetings - for more information see the meetings page and subscribe to our newsletter.


The British Origami Society


Benefits of Joining:-

Local meetings

Connect with like mInded people

Bi-monthly Paper based magazine (also available as an ebook)

Twice yearly conventions

News of meetings and events. Free Subscription to our newsletter


Tips for online origami teaching in video chat / conferencing systems

Download our free Simple guide (V 1.4)

See also BOS Book section for complete ebook guide On BOS Books page 2)


Image credits: Top L to R: London Origami meeting, Mermaid by Sharon Turvey, Yoda by Fumiaki Kawahata folded by Brendan Plumb.

Bottom: Display at Victoria and albert Museum, Resplendent-dragon by Peter Buchan, Mr Spock and Capt Kirk (Star Trek) by Paul Hanson.

Star Wars ( © Disney) and Star Trek (© CBS Viacom) Bladerunner (© Warner Bros.) all rights reserved.