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Future Events

Anthony de Normann (aka Scott Leigh) on the SAS.

Monday, 9th September 2024, 7pm, Upstairs at the Prince Albert.

Anthony de Norman served as a captain in the SAS during the early 1990s. His experience informed his excellently received novel, Closer to Paradise, about the SAS in Iraq. It's the chance to learn first hand about life in the SAS and have your questions answered. 
Early Bird tickets will be on sale on 5th July.

Closer to Paradise:"Gritty, authentic and unputdownable" Bear Grylls

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Speakers' Drinks Evening, Brinkleys

Wednesday, 25th September 2024, 7pm

This is a rare chance to meet, chat and share drinks with Revellers' Club past and future speakers, including Catherine Meyer (Survivors), Lt Col Stuart Tootal (Danger Close), Charles Spicer (Coffee with Hitler), Mark Hollingsworth (Agents of Influence) and Tim Hames (The Long Shot). There'll be fizz on arrival with a cash bar and dinner later on. Signed authors' books will be available to buy, so you can get a large part of your (otherwise tedious) Christmas shopping done pleasurably.

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Women Behind the Headlines
Sam McAlister on Scoops and the Prince Andrew Interview

Monday, 7th October 2024, 7pm, Upstairs at the Prince Albert.

‘Behind every great interview is a great booker – Sam McAlister is one of the unsung heroes of television news’ Piers Morgan

David Bradley talks to Sam McAlister about her book Scoops, which is now a Netflix movie. 


Sam, who was Newsnight's most effective content producer, will share the story about how she clinched the (in)famous Prince Andrew interview, not to mention those with Stormy Daniels, Steven Seagal, Mel Greig and Julian Assange to name some.


We’ll discover the secrets of how the best news gets made, changes at the BBC, the future of ‘mainstream media’ in the age of social media and how power and privilege affects news and programmes we consume.


The story of hell and heroism that was Arnhem 
Told by a man that served there.

Monday, 28th October 2024, 7pm, Upstairs at the Prince Albert.

Sunday Times Best Selling Author Col. Stuart Tootal wrote The Last Para with WW2 Para vet John Humphries.


Tootal brings out Humphreys' epic story of his extraordinary war. It's a powerful and authentic account of one soldier's war from Tobruk to Arnhem and all points in between.


Humphreys, now 101, parachuted into Arnhem with the Parachute Regiment, only to be outnumbered and outgunned by the Germans.

Then, as a POW, he escaped twice. Stuart, who commanded 3 PARA in Helmand, brings the story to life in a way only a battle-hardened soldier can. 

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Further Amusements

We regularly hold talks by interesting authors on fascinating subjects.

We arrange backgammon, track days, drinks parties and more.

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