What people say about Richmond Literary Lunches.

“A fascinating review of our current situation in Britain from two very differing, but complementary personalities. Time to Start Again? Plenty to think about!”

“This was my first Richmond Literary Lunch. It was for me a unique experience with the two authors, famous beyond their writing, in discussion against the background of their works as well as the wider world. In this case, their interest and expertise in modern history and current affairs related very much to real life domestically and internationally, all of which made the discussion compulsive listening. All that, to a full house of 130, a first rate lunch set in wonderful surroundings with a panoramic view over the famous old golf course – hard to beat. A remarkable job by the organiser. The RLL’s are now on my agenda.”

“I am just writing to say how much I enjoyed yesterday’s lunch. It has been a long time since I have had the pleasure and honour of sitting next to two such nice and interesting people. The food was very good and the interview stimulating. A great success all round. Congratulations!”

“I attended the lunch last week in which Lord Patten was in conversation with Philip Collins. It was a splendid relaxed discussion between two interesting men on not just the pressing political problems of the day but also on the history of the UK over the last 70 years. The considered serious comments were leavened by some splendid anecdotes. I wish it had gone on till teatime!”

“I made up a table to come to the Richmond literary lunch in October. My friends and I were enthralled by Helen Pankhurst’s eloquent address. What’s not to enjoy about a lovely venue, delicious lunch and excellent speaker. We’ll come again!”

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