Black & White: How Chanel got rid of Colour
Last week we were greatly honoured to be joined by Justine Picardie the Editor in Chief for both Harper’s Bazaar and Town & Country, for a discussion on the power of monochrome dressing.
Voices: A Guide to Freedom of Speech
Join us as we discuss the past, present and future of Freedom of Speech, and what impact it can have on the world surrounding us. In an important overview on controversial media our guests will tackle the implications of social debate, social media and government regulation with the aim of giving us a clearer idea of where the world is headed.
Writing History: How to be a Biographer
It was our pleasure to welcome Lord Alan Watson and the charming Helena Kelly for an evening of enlightenment on some of our favourite (albeit wildly different!) historical figures.It was our pleasure to welcome Lord Alan Watson and the charming Helena Kelly for an evening of enlightenment on some of our favourite (albeit wildly different!) historical figures…
An Evening with Philip Ridley
“Be Brilliant,” we were told, “Just be bloody brilliant.” Our source? None other than the celebrated Philip Ridley, who came to speak for us last night.
Fashion Writing: The Real Issues
We feel proud to have partnered with the Fashion and Textile Museum for our latest offering in a series of panels discussing writing and all its factors…
Screenwriting: Film Secrets
Thank you to everyone who joined us for our talk, ‘Screenwriting: Film Secrets‘, on Tuesday 18th October at the Lights Of Soho. The talk covered…
A Way Forward: Working Together
Our follow-up talk, ‘A Way Forward: Working Together’, focused on debunking the myth of writers as loners. In fact what we learnt from our second round…
A Way In: Launching Your Writing Career
With our editor, Nina-Sophia Miralles acting as moderator, we heard from Simon Nelson, Development Producer at the BBC Writers Room on the topic of script..