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Fascinating Talks and Social Amusements

Revellers' Club is for making social and business connections - and having an amusing, stimulating time at talks, backgammon, lunches, drinks, dinners and parties where you enjoy cocktails and dancing.

So far this year:

On 4th July, we devoured cocktails and danced to celebrate American Independence Day at London's premier Swedish cocktail bar, Kosmopol. (The Swedish connection? 1.3 million Swedes immigrated to the US in the 19th century. They're responsible for some fabulously good-looking Americans.)

Jonathan Aitken kept Revellers riveted talking about prison reform. Mark Hollingsworth discussed his book Agents of Influence - all about the KGB. James Bartholomew had us all terrified by the horrors of communist tyranny. 

Catherine Meyer talked about her husband, the late Sir Christopher Meyer, Britain's longest-serving Ambassador to Washington since 1945. 

As a working member of the House of Lords (Baroness Meyer of Nine Elms) and the UK's first trade envoy to Ukraine, Catherine kept a packed room spellbound with stories about Bush, Clinton and Washington and her unique insights about the latest news. 

L'Oreal brand ambassador and Harley Street cosmetic doctor Dr Daisy Bennett entertained lady members about how to look (even) younger whilst downstairs at the bar, Sunday Times Best Selling author Col Stuart Tootal DSO shared his expert insights about the Ukraine war with the chaps over many pints of Youngs Original.

 

Restaurant entrepreneur Phil Eeles regaled how he and his business partners turned a festival burger tent into the £50m Honest Burger empire. 

It wasn't just talks. 

Brinkleys hosted three exciting backgammon evenings, and we enjoyed a fabulous start to the year ahead with a Revellers' Club New Year's Day Recovery Lunch.

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