Although they are often ignored as a serious form of journalism, cartoons not only capture the flavour of a political era, they can provide some of the most enduring memories of politicians.
Cartoonist Martin Rowson will be speaking with Laurie Taylor at the Club about the power of satire, how he uses cartoons to create acerbic critiques of the world of politics and politicians and explaining how he goes about his work.
When state security forces opened fire on protestors in Andijan on May 13, 2005, killing hundreds, about 500 escaped and sought asylum outside of Uzbekistan. Fearing for the lives and well-being of their family members, for five years they did not speak out about the massacre. Now, some have broken the silence.
Please join us for November’s Club Quiz with quizmaster Stevyn Colgan.
Part 1 Part 2 View in iTunes Julian Assange of Wikileaks is holding a press conference at noon today at the Frontline Club following the release yesterday of a document set called the Afghan War Diary, an extraordinary compendium of over 91,000 reports covering the war in Afghanistan from 2004 to 2010, described by the Guardian […]
Join us for another quiz evening in the Clubroom with quiz master Marcus Berkmann. You can enter as an individual or as a team of six. All money raised will go to the Fixers’ Fund which raises money for families of fixers around the world killed or injured while working with the international media. This […]
Shooting People, the world’s leading network of independent filmmakers, in association with Frontline – the British champions of independent journalism – present ‘Digital Bootcamp’
Gary Knight, Simba Gill and Mort Rosenblum would like to invite you to join them for drinks at the Club to celebrate the launch of dispatches, a new quarterly current affairs journal.
At this special event we look at what’s on offer at this year’s Sheffield Doc/fest and take a sneak preview of Kim Longinotto’s award-winning new documentary Hold Me Tight Let Me Go.
All standards welcome! Drinks, canapes and prizes. A donation of £35
will be requested for tournament entry. All proceeds of the evening
go to Facing the World’s Iraq Appeal.
Zimbabwean oposition MP, David Coltart, talks to journalists about the situation in Zimbabwe.