Amelia Gentleman in Conversation
Conversation starts at 7.00pm
The Groucho Club 45 Dean Street
London W1D 4QB
Amelia Gentleman of the Guardian is a multi award winning journalist. In December 2018, Amelia was named "Journalist of the Year" by the Press Gazette. Her second award that month; the first coming from The Guardian.
Her seminal work on the plight of the Windrush Generation changed Government policy and the result precipitated the resignation of Home Secretary Amber Rudd. Amelia's reports raised public attention to the plight of voiceless Caribbean immigrants who were illegally deported, or denied their rights in the UK.
She will be in conversation with Helen Boaden, former Director of News at The BBC, and subsequently
Director of BBC Radio.
Tickets (for the speaking event):
• £12.50 Members of The Media Society, Editorial Intelligence and The London Press Club
• £17.50 Non -Members and Guests of Members
• £7.50 Students
Arrive 6.30 pm. for 7.00 pm. prompt start.
Location: The Groucho Club 45 Dean Street London W1D 4QB
Exclusive Groucho Dinner Offer
This marks the first event at The Groucho Club where you can stay for dinner afterwards. Two courses and a glass of house wine or a Peroni at a special price of £20.00 per head.
Please contact the Club Restaurant directly ahead of time on 020 7439 4685 citing The Media Society and the event. On arrival at the restaurant show your ticket for this event or the ticket confirmation e-mail on your mobile device.