The London Press Club is hosting an exclusive in conversation evening with Dr Ellie Cannon on her new book ‘Is your job making you ill – How to survive and thrive when it happens to you ’ interviewed by BBC news presenter Samantha Simmonds. Dr Ellie Cannon is best known for her weekly health column
The Press Club’s first social gathering of 2018 will be held at a new regular venue – The Hyatt Regency Churchill Hotel in Portman Square. Date: Monday 5th February; Time: 6.30pm; Location: 30 Portman Square, Marylebone, London W1H 7BH. Click here for a map. Be sure to be among the first to turn up –
The hot media subject for 2018 “Do women journalists have equal opportunities and pay?” is the subject of the latest London Press Club Debate. Chaired by columnist and broadcaster Anne McElvoy, the debate is being held in association with the Society of Editors, Women in Journalism and the Stationers & Newspapermakers livery company. On the
This year was never going to be a quiet one! It began with the cheers of the Trump team and the Brexit campaigners still ringing in our ears … but no one, especially the pundits, predicted that the news agenda could scale even greater heights of revelations during 2017. The awfulness of the terror attacks,
We are sad to report the death of long standing London Press Club director Robin Esser. Robin died on 6 November at his home in West London after a short illness. He was 84. There will be a memorial service for Robin at St Bride’s Church in Fleet Street at 11.30 on 21 March, 2018.
Former editor of The Times and Head of News at the BBC James Harding has been named as the Hugh Cudlipp Lecturer 2018. By the time James delivers his lecture, this year to be delivered at a prestigious new venue – The British Library on March 21, 2018 – he will have left the BBC.
Time is now running out to join the Press Club for some pre-Christmas festivities. The Long Lunch 2017 – Join us on December 1 at The Punch Tavern Last year, the London Press Club hosted a special event to commemorate the historic ‘Long Lunches’ of the old Fleet Street. It proved so popular that we’re
Broadcaster and author June Sarpong will be talking at an exclusive evening for the London Press Club on Thursday, 16th November. She will be interviewed by BBC journalist and Press Club Director, Samantha Simmonds. CLICK HERE to book your seat for the latest in the series of London Press Club “In Conversation…Q&A” events at the Grange Tower Bridge
Time is rapidly running out if you want to secure a generous early bird discount on a ticket or a whole table at this year’s must-attend London Press Club Ball. Book by close of play Monday July 31 and save up to £350 (plus VAT) on the cost of a table or £20 (plus
In a world of Trump tweets, Jeremy Corbyn’s youthquake and a shock General Election result, are print journalists or social media better plugged into voters? The London Press Club and the Society of Editors will discuss this on Wednesday 26 July, 6 for 6.30pm until 8pm with drinks after. Tickets can be booked by clicking