Join us this evening to discuss the early life of artist Lucian Freud with one of our greatest art critics and curators William Feaver.
Join biographer Charles Moore this evening as he explores the final years of Margaret Thatcher’s life – from the fall of the Berlin Wall to her combative retirement – and the legacy of her premiership.
Join us this evening as Anne de Courcy and Rosie Goldsmith take us on a journey to the Cote d’Azur of the 1930s and 40s, the luxuries and the tragedies, the personalities and, of course, the life of one of the most celebrated fashion designers, Coco Chanel.
Join us for a very special evening with historian William Dalrymple to discuss his new book The Anarchy – an extraordinary history that illuminates the reality behind the façade of the East India Company.
Join renowned Churchill scholar David Stafford to discuss the events 1921 which, as his new book reveals. marked such a significant turning point in the shaping of Churchill’s life.
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Fifty years after Churchill’s death and seventy years after the end of the Second World War, Jonathan Schneer,… Read more »
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