Enemies of the People? with Joshua Rozenberg Thumb

Enemies of the People? with Joshua Rozenberg

26th January 2021 from 7-8pm

Zoom: Evening Talk

Join Britain’s best known legal commentator and Latymerian, Joshua Rozenberg (1967), in an interview with Paul Goldsmith, Latymer teacher of Economics and Politics, to discuss his latest book, Enemies of the People? How Judges Shape Society.

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The Post-Pandemic World Thumb

The Post-Pandemic World

2nd February 2021 from 7-8pm

Zoom: Evening Talk

After the shocking and extraordinary experience of the past year, what will governments and other public bodies need to think about in order to deal with the aftermath, as well as to avoid any repeats in the future?  Bill Emmott (1974), will be joined by current Head of Bloomberg Economics, Latymer parent Stephanie Flanders to discuss.

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Ask an Expert: Entrepreneurs Thumb

Ask an Expert: Entrepreneurs

4th February 2021 from 7 - 8pm

Zoom: Evening Panel Discussion

Join panellists Toby Astor (1998), Taymoor Atighetchi (2007), Adam Balon (1990)Fran Boorman (2000)Richard Davidson (1993), and Ollie Gold (2008) as they discuss their secrets to a successful business and what challenges they have faced along the way.

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An Insight into Portraiture with Jonathan Yeo Thumb

An Insight into Portraiture with Jonathan Yeo

9th February 2021 from 7-8pm

Zoom: Evening Talk

In this interview, internationally renowned portraitist Jonathan Yeo talks to Arts writer and Latymerian, Peter Aspden (1976), about his craft and the role of portraiture in the digital age - as well as its status in the past.

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A Tutorial in French Literature with Peter Winter: Le Misanthrope by Molière Thumb

A Tutorial in French Literature with Peter Winter: Le Misanthrope by Molière

25th February 2021 from 7-8pm

Zoom Evening Tutorial

Join Peter Winter, former Head, in his series of discussions on French Literature. In this, his last and final tutorial in this series Peter will consider Le Misanthrope, by Molière.

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