Thank you for making or requesting a ‘household’ booking to attend Dr Robert Henderson’s talk on ‘Lenin, London, and the Russian Revolution’, at which you will be most welcome. Here, for your private information as the recipient of this email, is how to attend via Zoom: please do not share this onward.
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You should next be taken into a ‘virtual waiting room’ from which, after a short wait, you will then be ‘admitted’ to the talk. It is hoped that it will be pretty straightforward. However, please bear with us: although we have now handled over a season of talks via Zoom, system updates are made regularly (including with respect to password usage), so one never quite knows how it will go!
The video conference will be live to join from 6:30 pm and the talk will start at the usual time of 7 pm. Please join in good time so that we can try to sort out any technical issues that may perhaps arise before the start. Should you have any queries beforehand, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Dr Robert Henderson’s book, The Spark that Lit Revolution: Lenin in London and the politics that changed the world, was published in March 2020 by Bloomsbury/Tauris. As you know, for members who book for this talk the publishers have kindly agreed to provide a 30% discount on the normal purchase price of the book. The publishers have provided us with a discount code for this purpose. The code is SPARK30, which will give 30% off via www.bloomsbury.com until 31st December 2020.
Further scheduled talks, to which additions are continuing to be made, are available to book at https://gbrussia.org/programme/, so please check regularly.