Invitation to a special evening with Toby Young on 22nd March 2017

Date
Wednesday, 22nd March 2017
Time
7pm

 Toby Young

 

Toby Young
Journalist, Author, Founder of West London Free School
 
Wednesday 22nd March
7pm
62 Alwyn Avenue, Chiswick W4 4PB
Kindly hosted by Joan D’Olier
 
Tickets - £15
includes drinks and canapes
Book here:  https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/an-evening-with-toby-young-tickets-31833139778
 
All are welcome – do invite friends, family and neighbours

  
ABOUT TOBY:
Toby Young is a British journalist, author of How to Lose Friends and Alienate People - the tale of his stint in New York as a contributing editor at Vanity Fair magazine. He served as a judge in seasons five and six of the television show Top Chef and co-founded the West London Free School. He is Associate Editor of the Spectator, writes a regular blog for the Telegraph and Head of the New Schools Network. A man who speaks his mind....it will be an interesting evening!  Do join us.
   

 

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