October 28: Drinks reception at Independent/Evening Standard

Posted by - October 10, 2014

We have a limited amount of spaces for London Press Club members for a special drinks reception and tour at Northcliffe House, home to the Evening Standard, London Live, i and the Independent titles with guest speaker Sarah Sands, editor of London Press Club Daily Newspaper of the Year the Evening Standard. Members should email

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London Press Club revives monthly drinks

Posted by - August 11, 2014

A new monthly social evening is being launched for journalists and others in the London media world. The London Press Club, which has been bringing the industry together since 1882, is resurrecting the tradition of regular drinks, on the back of popular demand. We are delighted that the Frontline Club (13 Norfolk Place, W2 1QJ) has

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September 17: Nick Ferrari

Posted by - July 22, 2014

In association with the Media Society we present London Press Club Broadcast Journalist of the Year Nick Ferrari in conversation with Phil Harding on September 17 at Reed Smith (Broadgate Tower, 20 Primrose Street, London EC2A 2RS). The multi-award-winning LBC breakfast host will talk to journalist and broadcaster Phil Harding about his life and times – from

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October 9: London Press Club Ball

Posted by - June 30, 2014

London Press Club Ball Thursday October 9, 2014 Royal Courts of Justice, The Strand. London Put your glad rags on and get ready  to party – but be quick as tables are selling fast. This year marks a double anniversary for Britain’s media with two brilliant reasons to celebrate in style. The glittering London Press Club Ball

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Can investigative journalism survive? 22nd Oct

Posted by - September 26, 2013

Alan Rusbridger, Andrew Gilligan, Tom Bower and Heather Brooke join London Press Club and YouGov debate THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT. CHECK BACK ON 23RD OCTOBER FOR A REPORT. Some of British journalism’s biggest – and often controversial – names are to debate the future of investigative reporting amid slashed budgets and the 24-hours

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