Location: Christopher Wren Dining Room, Ye Olde Watling Pub, 29 Watling Road, London EC4M 9BR
Join us for our next Literary Lunch at the historic Ye Olde Watling pub where we will hear from historian and columnist Michael Binyon.
Michael Binyon has been a leader-writer, columinsit and foreign correspondent for The Times since 1971. For 15 years he was based overseas, reporting for the paper from Moscow, Washington, Bonn and Brussels before returning to London to be diplomatic editor in 1991 and then becoming the chief foreign leader-writer in 2000.
A winner of two British journalism prizes, he wrote Life in Russia in 1983 and was awarded an OBE in 2000. He is on the board of St Ethelberga's Centre for Reconciliation and Peace in London and in 2008-9 he was Master of the Leathersellers' Company. He has been a member of the Stationers' since 2011 and was on the Court from 2014 - 2020.
The cost of this lunchtime event, which starts at 12.45 for 1pm, is just £32.50 and includes a traditional two-course lunch, as well as an after-lunch interview.
We are restricted to 35 attendees, so please book early to avoid disappointment.
To book in, please press the book now button below and email the Livery Committee Treasurer, Dave Rosewell.