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Biographers’ Tales

A distinguished and articulate line-up of biographers was at the October Gallery on 1 November to help celebrate more

Christmas party and Tony Lothian prizegiving
Tuesday 4 December, 6.30pm to 8pm, at Albany, Piccadilly.

Join us for wine and canapés at our Christmas party, and for the presentation of the Tony Lothian Prize. The prize is given for a proposal for a first biography.

Tickets: complimentary (members and guests); but please book with nicholas_clee@hotmail.com.

Venue: E6 Albany, Piccadilly, London W1J OAR.

Save the date!

26th February 2019

Slightly Foxed Best First Biography Prize presentation. Details to be announced.

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