Tablet Events

What we talk about when we talk about Faith

 

 

Peter Stanford in conversation
with Sarah Dunant and Christopher Jamison OSB

Thursday 10 May 5.15pm – 7.45pm at an exclusive venue in City of London 

 

Join us for an evening with Peter Stanford in conversation with Christopher Jamison OSB and author Sarah Dunant, where they will discuss Peter’s new book – What We Talk About When We Talk About Faith – a collection of the best of his interviews with household names and less familiar figures, but all people of achievement with resonant stories to tell.

There will also be an opportunity to meet The Tablet’s new editor, Brendan Walsh.

Afterwards there will be an audience Q&A, followed by a wine reception and book signings.

 

Ticketing (ticket price includes a complimentary copy of What We Talk About When We Talk About Faith)

Tablet subscriber tickets before 9 April: £35 (£40 thereafter)

Standard tickets before 9 April: £40 (£45 thereafter)

Bookings

Phone 0208 748 8484 or email Pippa Lee for more information

 

This is a fundraising event for The Tablet Trust

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

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The Tablet Lecture 2010

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