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An evening with Julia Samuel GRIEF WORKS

8th March 2018

GRIEF WORKS An evening with Julia Samuel Death remains taboo in our society, and grief is still profoundly misunderstood, with many of us feeling awkward around death, and uncomfortable talking honestly with family and friends. Julia Samuel is a grief psychotherapist who has spent the last twenty- ve years working with bereaved families, in both … Continue reading An evening with Julia Samuel GRIEF WORKS

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An evening with Brigid Keenan THE SIXTIES AND ME

1st March 2018

THE SIXTIES AND ME An evening with Brigid Keenan Brigid Keenan was 21 in 1961 when she became the young fashion editor of The Sunday Times. In the decade that followed, the whole fashion scene underwent a revolution led by designers like Mary Quant, photographers like David Bailey, models and icons like Twiggy and Jean … Continue reading An evening with Brigid Keenan THE SIXTIES AND ME

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An evening with Ash Ranpura THE NEUROSCIENCE OF ATTENTION

22nd February 2018

THE NEUROSCIENCE OF ATTENTION An evening with Ash Ranpura Attention is our most valuable resource. It’s the greatest gift we give to our children, the cornerstone of democratic government, and the basis for our own happiness. Yet we give it away to companies like Google and Facebook for little more than a ‘like’ button and … Continue reading An evening with Ash Ranpura THE NEUROSCIENCE OF ATTENTION

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An evening with Barbara Hunt FORGIVENESS

15th February 2018

FORGIVENESS An evening with Barbara Hunt There are enormous emotional, physical and mental bene ts to being able to forgive. But most people don’t know what forgiveness really is, let alone how to do it. Launching her new book, Forgiveness Made Easy, international mentor, coach and transformational facilitator, Barbara J Hunt, explains what forgiveness is, … Continue reading An evening with Barbara Hunt FORGIVENESS

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An evening with Peter Conradi WHO LOST RUSSIA?

8th February 2018

WHO LOST RUSSIA? An evening with Peter Conradi In March 2018, Vladimir Putin is poised to win six more years in of ce. Peter Conradi, foreign editor of The Sunday Times, and author of Who Lost Russia? How The World Entered a New Cold War, looks at the ups and – mostly – downs of … Continue reading An evening with Peter Conradi WHO LOST RUSSIA?

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Unique screening of Julien Temple’s new film, introduced by producer Stephen Malit SUGGS: MY LIFE STORY

3rd February 2018

SUGGS: MY LIFE STORY Unique screening of Julien Temple’s new lm, introduced by producer Stephen Malit followed by DJ Gaz Mayall Is it a Drama? A Comedy? Or Music Hall dream? Director Julien Temple (The Great Rock ‘n’ Roll Swindle, Absolute Beginners) takes a stage show, adds some drama, archive, animation and music, then shakes … Continue reading Unique screening of Julien Temple’s new film, introduced by producer Stephen Malit SUGGS: MY LIFE STORY

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An evening with Alex Renton STIFF UPPER LIP

1st February 2018

STIFF UPPER LIP An evening with Alex Renton Alex Renton’s Stiff Upper Lip: secrets, crimes and the schooling of a ruling class is the rst book to look at the darker side of the British private boarding school system. He asks whether this unique mechanism for educating an elite deserves the global admiration it has … Continue reading An evening with Alex Renton STIFF UPPER LIP

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An evening with Simon Day SOLD OUT

28th December 2017

THE FAST SHOW An evening with Simon Day The Fast Show star revives four much-loved characters. Billy Bleach: the pub bore. Geoffrey Allerton: con rmed bachelor and unpublished Yorkshire poet. Tony Beckton: one of Britain’s most dangerous men. Brian Pern: prog rocker and humanitarian. Simon Day began his career as a stand up comic. He … Continue reading An evening with Simon Day SOLD OUT

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An evening with Mariella Frostrup in conversation with Emma Craigie SOLD OUT

21st December 2017

DESIRE: 100 OF LITERATURE’S SEXIEST STORIES An evening with Mariella Frostrup in conversation with Emma Craigie Literature is awash with love, sex and desire – but much of it is dismissed by critics as unintentionally comic or unacceptably pornographic. What makes good erotic writing? Where should lines be drawn? And what part does it have … Continue reading An evening with Mariella Frostrup in conversation with Emma Craigie SOLD OUT

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NIGEL PRESTON Christmas Sample Sale

20th December 2017

NIGEL PRESTON Christmas Sample Sale Brenda Knight and Nigel Preston started designing beautiful one-off sheepskin and leather clothing in Chelsea during the 70s, making bespoke leathers for stars of stage and screen. Brenda designs the most coveted and luxurious sheepskin coats which sell in the most exclusive fashion boutiques throughout the world. You are invited … Continue reading NIGEL PRESTON Christmas Sample Sale

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