5x15: Dylan Jones, Misha Glenny & Bee Wilson

Mon Jan 22 2018

7:00 PM

The Tabernacle

34-35 Powis Square London W11 2AY

£17.50

All Ages

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An incredible evening of 15 minute talks at The Tabernacle featuring:  GQ Editor-In-Chief and New York Times best-selling author Dylan Jones, award-winning journalist and historian Misha Glenny and food writer and historian Bee Wilson.

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Dylan Jones on the Bowie I knew
New York Times best-selling author Dylan Jones has written twenty books on subjects as diverse as music and politics and fashion and photography. He has been an editor at The ObserverThe Sunday Timesi-DThe Face and Arena, a columnist for The Guardian and The Independent, and is currently the Editor-In-Chief of GQ. He has won Magazine Editor of the Year eleven times, and been awarded the prestigious Mark Boxer Award. His most recent book is David Bowie: A Life.

Misha Glenny
Misha Glenny is an award-winning journalist and historian who has travelled around the world interviewing men and women involved in organised criminal activity. His book McMafia is now in production as a major new BBC 1 drama series. His latest work, Nemesis: One Man and the Battle for Rio, is the gripping story of the man who ran the largest slum in Rio as head of the local drugs cartel. Misha’s work on organised crime follows his distinguished career as a BBC Correspondent in the Balkans and Eastern Europe.

Bee Wilson
Bee Wilson is a food writer and historian who is chair of the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery. Her most recent book, First Bite: How We Learn to Eat, was about the psychology of eating and how we can change our diets. In 2016 it won the Food Book of the Year at the Fortnum and Mason Food and Drink Awards. 

 

 

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5x15: Dylan Jones, Misha Glenny & Bee Wilson

Mon Jan 22 2018 7:00 PM

The Tabernacle London
5x15: Dylan Jones, Misha Glenny & Bee Wilson

£17.50 All Ages

An incredible evening of 15 minute talks at The Tabernacle featuring:  GQ Editor-In-Chief and New York Times best-selling author Dylan Jones, award-winning journalist and historian Misha Glenny and food writer and historian Bee Wilson.

More info:

Dylan Jones on the Bowie I knew
New York Times best-selling author Dylan Jones has written twenty books on subjects as diverse as music and politics and fashion and photography. He has been an editor at The ObserverThe Sunday Timesi-DThe Face and Arena, a columnist for The Guardian and The Independent, and is currently the Editor-In-Chief of GQ. He has won Magazine Editor of the Year eleven times, and been awarded the prestigious Mark Boxer Award. His most recent book is David Bowie: A Life.

Misha Glenny
Misha Glenny is an award-winning journalist and historian who has travelled around the world interviewing men and women involved in organised criminal activity. His book McMafia is now in production as a major new BBC 1 drama series. His latest work, Nemesis: One Man and the Battle for Rio, is the gripping story of the man who ran the largest slum in Rio as head of the local drugs cartel. Misha’s work on organised crime follows his distinguished career as a BBC Correspondent in the Balkans and Eastern Europe.

Bee Wilson
Bee Wilson is a food writer and historian who is chair of the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery. Her most recent book, First Bite: How We Learn to Eat, was about the psychology of eating and how we can change our diets. In 2016 it won the Food Book of the Year at the Fortnum and Mason Food and Drink Awards. 

 

 

5 speakers, 15 minutes each

5 speakers, 15 minutes each

Other Arts & Theater

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