2 May - A literary Dinner at Franco's

 A LITERARY DINNER AT FRANCO’S

TUESDAY 2nd MAY 2017

Guest Speaker - PROFESSOR SIR ROGER SCRUTON

We are delighted to announce that the guest speaker at a Literary Dinner to be held in Franco’s Restaurant, Jermyn Street, on Tuesday 2nd May will be the acclaimed writer and philosopher, Professor Sir Roger Scruton once described as “the unthinking man’s thinking man”.

7.30 for 8pm, set menu including wines, £95 per head

Franco’s Restaurant, 61 Jermyn Street, London SW1Y 6LX

Reservations

Telephone 020 7438 2054

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Dress, Suits

The Chatham House Rule will be observed.

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