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Wed, 10 Jan


Kent House


Doors will open at 7pm, there is unreserved seating at this event so please arrive early. Your complimentary drink will be available on arrival.

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Time & Location

10 Jan 2024, 19:30 – 21:00

Kent House, Rutland Gardens, London SW7 1BX, UK

About the event

In conversation with Stewart Collins.

The Former Executive Editor of The Times Daniel Finkelstein’s family experience at the hands of the two genocidal dictators of the 20th century is one of miraculous survival. It’s a story of secret archives and freezing wastelands, of forgery and theft, concentration camps and the Gulag. Of evil and the consequences of evil. And of freedom, and freedom’s reward. It’s the story of how Daniel’s family took a journey – which ended happily in Hendon.

‘It is [Finkelstein’s] deep understanding of human nature that makes this book funny, warm and percipient. A joy.’ Emily Maitlis

Please note we are unable to issue refunds.



    Doors open 7.00pm Ticket price includes a complimentary drink. Please note that seating is unreserved and we are unable to issue refunds.

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