Mark Hollingsworth on the KGB's history and how it subverted Western democracies.
Monday, 17 April 7pm, Battersea
Mark Hollingsworth will reveal the secret history of the KGB - an intelligence agency that was out of control, accountable to no one and intent on subverting Western democracy on a vast scale. His new book, Agents of Influence is out this April. It's a great honour that Mark is addressing Revellers.
Mark is a journalist, historian and author. His works include Londongrad, Saudi Babylon, an acclaimed study of MI5, and biographies of Mark Thatcher and Tim Bell. He writes regularly for The Times, Mail on Sunday, Spectator, Guardian and the Daily Telegraph.
This is an amusing but competitive (for some) evening of backgammon designed so people play as many games as possible with different players. It takes place in a private room at Brinkleys, with its own bar and an attentive waiter. Just in case you need to sharpen your mind with a vodka dry martini.
Email David Bradley at firstname.lastname@example.org to register interest.
In the 1970s, the renowned Sculptor the late Fiore de Henriquez restored this 14th century hillside fort into an artists retreat. It's now a place to relax in comfort, tranquility and breathtaking scenery. Revellers have visited regularly and are returning for a long weekend from 14 - 19 September.
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