An Intimate History Of Humanity

Theodore Zeldin

An Intimate History Of Humanity

Essential reading for humans.

The Hidden Pleasures of Life

Theodore Zeldin

The Hidden Pleasures of Life: A New Way of Remembering the Past and Imagining the Future

Will reveal the autobiography in you.

The Amber Fury

Natalie Haynes

The Amber Fury

Amber Fury - not to be confused with Amber Furries.

Events

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  • Salon XXII

    Salon XXII

    Subliminal

    4th Jul 2012

    Lucy's emailed us her playlist and, as promised, we're posting it up for you to enjoy. It's available here as a Spotify playlist (minus the Chromatics which is available here). 1- Grimes 'Infinite Love Without Fulfilment' (taken from the . . .
  • Salon XXI

    Salon XXI

    Salon North - The Second Instalment.

    14th Jun 2012

    Salon North was bigger and better than ever at the St George Hotel in beautiful Harrogate.  Elaine Fox’s one of the country’s most important Neuro Scientists, she opened the Salon with a whirlwind tour of our . . .
  • Salon XX

    Salon XX

    Essensuals

    7th Jun 2012

    So we had the uber glam, ex-war correspondent, and New York Times writer Elaine Sciolino to introduce us to the world of seduction, French style.  Every single transaction in Paris, Elaine explained, is seduction, even the woman . . .
  • Salon XIX

    Salon XIX

    Identity Crisis

    25th May 2012

    Debbie did Dallas, and Salon did Digital.   Margaret Heffernan opened our small but perfectly formed Salon does Digital.  Taking us through the social media sites of old, (GeoCities anyone?) she tracked the evolution of our . . .
  • Salon XVIII

    Salon XVIII

    Dream Matrix Live

    3rd May 2012

    Oscar Wilde quipped that the most frightening words in the English language are 'I had a very interesting dream last night'. This Salon, we shrug off such pithy observations as we embark on our most ambitious event yet: raising our . . .
  • Salon XVII

    Salon XVII

    Salon - North

    12th Apr 2012

    Ever found yourself staring up at the clear Yorkshire sky at night wondering just which is the North star, or where exactly is Orion’s Belt?  Then you are already showing signs of being a stargazer in training.  Luckily, . . .
  • Salon XVI

    Salon XVI

    Winging It

    4th Apr 2012

    While no-one could ordinarily accuse Salon of winging it, for Salon’s April outing we 100% winged it, and did so happily.  Described (by ourselves) as London’s outstanding cultural monthly, Salon created another stellar . . .
  • Salon XV

    Salon XV

    Short Cuts

    1st Mar 2012

    For our March 1st Salon, we were in situ at the panelled library at the ultra glam University Women’s Club in Mayfair.   So, befitting such surroundings Salon presented – Short Cuts.  People came as receptive . . .
  • Salon XIV

    Salon XIV

    Dark Romance

    2nd Feb 2012

    An amazing night: thanks to our excellent speakers and to everyone for coming.  For the first Salon of the year, we began 2012 with some Dark Romance. So who better than screenwriter and lecturing legend John Foster? Who got to the . . .
  • Salon XIII

    Salon XIII

    Beiruti Nights

    8th Dec 2011

    Salon hosted its first fabulous Christmas party on the 8th December. We had our first pop-up fair trade bazaar abuzz with Salon hostess (Niki, Juliet and Helen) who had created a visual baccanalian feast for the eyes, candleabra and . . .