‘Liverpool Beyond The Brink’, Dinner with Professor Michael Parkinson CBE – Friday, 12th October 2018
We’re delighted to welcome Professor Michael Parkinson to the talk before Dinner next Friday, 12th October. Professor Michael Parkinson will be discussing the book he is currently writing to update his 1980s classic – ‘Liverpool on the Brink’. His new book describes the extraordinary if incomplete renaissance of Liverpool during the last 30 years. It shows how much has been achieved, who helped and what are its outstanding challenges in future. Full details can be found here https://theathenaeum.org.uk/event/dinner-with-professor-michael-parkinson/
For Your Information
On Tuesday, 9th October, the Dining Room will be closed to Members, and the Newsroom will open at the later time of 1:00pm. This is to accommodate a charitable event organised by a Proprietor. Newsroom services will commence in full upon opening, the Library remains unaffected.
On Wednesday 12 December the Dining Room will be closed for a private function. The Newsroom will remain open as usual on this day.
We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
Dates for Diaries
This year’s Annual Dinner has been scheduled for Friday, 22nd March 2019. This event, the most prestigious in the Athenaeum calendar, historically sells out very early. You can guarantee your attendance by booking now via the Members’ Area or through reception.
Might this be of interest?
Did you know there is currently a national drive by the National Governor’s Association to recruit skilled governors to our schools? If you are interested in becoming a school governor, Proprietor Jane Owens has provided some further information here: https://theathenaeum.org.uk/might-be-of-interest-school-governors-wanted/
If you have any items that may be of interest to your fellow Members, please contact Jack Birley.
Events advertised are available to Members of the Athenaeum and their guests, for further information about membership of the Club please see www.theathenaeum.org.uk/membership, or alternatively call us on 0151 709 7770. If you are in Liverpool, why not drop in for a chat?