A couple of weeks ago, a Prospect discussion dinner was held in Oxford—the first of what we hope will be a series of similar sessions around the country. The idea is for Prospect readers to get together in an informal and friendly setting to discuss issues arising from the magazine, along with anything else that might come up.
If you’d like to take the lead in organising a similar event, please do get in touch—even if you’re unsure about numbers or venue—and we’ll stick a note up here on the blog as well as in our email newsletter, plus the magazine if the timing is right. And we will do our best to rustle up a member of staff to join the discussion, as our publisher John Kelly did in Oxford two weeks ago (please give us as much notice as possible).
The Oxford group will be convening for a second time in just under a month:
Prospect readers are invited to join a friendly and informal dinner discussion in Oxford. The second in a series, the dinner will be hosted by Yorick Wilks. The aim is to facilitate an informal exchange of views on ideas and subjects raised in the magazine. To participate effectively it is best to have read the latest issue. All Prospect readers welcome.
£17.50—2 courses and a glass of wine.
7.30 pm, Friday 2 May, The Corner Club, cnr of Ship Street and Turl Street, Oxford.
To book in advance (essential)—contact Joe Tel: 01865 261 507