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Monday
Jul072014

Handful of tickets left for The Freedom Dinner: last chance to book

We have less than a dozen tickets remaining for The Freedom Dinner on July 15.

Over 150 places have been snapped up and for the third year since it was launched in 2012 it promises to be a wonderful evening.

Organised by Forest, this year's event is supported by the Institute of Economic Affairs, The Free Society and Liberty League.

We begin with a drinks reception on the smoking terrace overlooking the fountains at Cabot Square.

A three-course dinner including wine will then be served in the main restaurant which boasts Europe's longest whisky bar.

There will be live music and stimulating after dinner speeches.

This year's speakers are Brendan O'Neill, editor of the online magazine Spiked and a columnist for The Australian and The Big Issue, and Alex Deane, co-founder and former director of Big Brother Watch and David Cameron's first chief of staff.

Guests include MPs, journalists, political researchers and bloggers, plus representatives of various think tanks and other groups.

Tickets cost £95 (single). To book visit this page.

See also: "Marxist proletarian firebrand" to speak at Forest's Freedom Dinner.

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Reader Comments (1)

LastMinuteDave.Com has just booked his ticket.

Out of all the events I go to, this is the most unpretentious, friendly, I-could-not-of-had-more-fun nights of the year.

Those whisky cocktails are sensational, the food fabulous, great speeches and believe you me with all the non stop vino great value for money.

Memo to self - start with an orange juice.

Tuesday, July 8, 2014 at 12:11 | Unregistered CommenterDave Atherton

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