Years of Living Dangerously - A Woman’s View on War

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Thursday, 22 November 2018
Doors and bar open at 6.30, Talk starts at 7.00
Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Queen Street, EXETER, Devon, EX4 3RX
History
Thur 22 November
£18, £16 Early Bird (Before 5th Nov) Doors and bar open at 6.30, Talk starts at 7.00
Gallery 20

Since an unexpected wedding invitation led her to move to Peshawar 30 years ago, Christina Lamb OBE has become one of Britain’s best known foreign correspondents, as well as a bestselling author.

As Chief Foreign Correspondent for the Sunday Times, Christina travels everywhere from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe for the Fall of Mugabe to Europe, where she reported on the disappearance of child refuges. Over the years she has won 14 major awards including ‘Foreign Correspondent of the Year’ 5 times and Europe’s top war reporting prize, the Prix Bayeux.

Christina has written eight books including the bestselling ‘The Africa House’ and ‘I Am Malala’; with her latest books being ‘Farewell Kabul: From Afghanistan to a More Dangerous World’ and ‘The Girl from Apello: Nujeen’s Escape from War to Freedom in a Wheelchair’.

An inspirational speaker, having spoken all over the world, this evening will give you the opportunity to hear about her life and experiences on the road and the challenges of balancing war and motherhood.