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Date(s) - Monday, 11 March 2019
10:00 am - 12:00 pm

St Paul’s Church


Brexit is just the tip of an iceberg. It triggers much bigger questions about Europe’s future. The European Union’s rich and divers market is a centre of attraction for other world powers, chief among them America, China and Russia. Is the continent without UK more or less attractive to them? Is it better or less able to defend its interests and its values in a competitive world? And what will be the role of an independent UK?
A return visit by Martyn Bond who has spent all his working life concerned with European issues, both as an academic, a civil servant and a journalist. He lived for many years on the continent returning to the UK in 1990.

Michelangelo – a talk given by Janet Diamond
Russian music in the 19th century – from Glinka to Tchaikovsky