Date : 17/05/2023 | Time : 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm | Location : Brasserie Blanc, South Bank
Our guest speaker is Adrian Wooldridge on the topic “Can we save Liberalism in an Age of Populism”
Adrian (HF 1984/85) is an author and columnist. He is the Global Business Columnist at Bloomberg Opinion. Adrian worked at the Economist for more than 30 years until September 2021; his roles there included Washington Bureau chief, political editor, and stints as the “Lexington”, ”Schumpeter” and “Bagehot” columnist.
You can book for the talk and dinner here. The cost is £50 per head. The location is Brasserie Blanc in London’s South Bank. There is good public transport and parking in the nearby National Theatre.
The talk will start at 6.30 and dinner will follow at about 7.20. You will be asked to select your meal choices in advance. To keep the price down we have included just one drink in the price, but will organise wine sharing purchases in advance.
If you find that you need to cancel your tickets for any reason, refunds will not be offered for cancellations made after Wednesday 3 May.
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