We are busy planning a compelling and varied programme of talks for the Autumn season. Tickets are already on sale for Sir Anthony Seldon’s long view of British Prime Ministers. Stay in touch for ticket releases and to hear further announcements of more  talks this Autumn.

Britain and Europe – What Might Have Been?


Monday 4 September

To mark the 50th anniversary of Britain’s entry to the European Community a group of leading politicians, diplomats and writers discuss what we got right and what we got wrong during the years of membership.

Panel to include: Sir David Lidington (former Deputy PM and Europe Minister), Philip Stephens (FT contributing editor and author of ‘Britain Alone’) and Sir Stephen Wall (former National Security Adviser and official historian of Britain in the European Community).

300 Years of British Prime Ministers –

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Sir Anthony Seldon

Saturday 9 September, 7pm

Sir Anthony Seldon is one of Britain’s leading contemporary historians, educationalists, commentators and political authors.

My Personal War with Putin – Bill Browder

Thursday 28 September, 7.30pm

 Financier, author, and activist. Author of best-sellers Red Notice and Freezing Order.

More details to follow.

Britain and the Space Race – Going it Alone or Joining Europe?

Lord David Willetts

Thursday 19 October

Chair of the UK Space Agency, President of the Resolution Foundation, Minister for Universities and Science (2010-14) and member of the House of Lords since 2015.

More details to follow.