David Lough is an experienced speaker at many different types of events - conferences, lectures, awards dinners, formal or informal lunches or dinners to entertain business or personal guests, charity events and literary festivals. You can catch a flavour of the types of audience to whom he has spoken in many countries by running through the list at the foot of this page.
David will tailor his talk to the particular audience or subject you may have in mind. A selection of some of the titles on which he has spoken is:
British Prime Ministers and their money - from Walpole to Blair Churchill and the art of the deal The Churchills and the Spencers Churchill's fixer: Brendan Bracken Churchill's ghosts Churchill's dark hours and dragons Churchill in Canada Churchill - shaped by inheritance? Churchill as an investor Churchill in India Churchill's secret second world war fortune Churchill and his lawyers Churchill in Scotland Churchill and trump - birds of a feather? Churchill and his mother - distant or close? Churchill and the cinema The private Churchill - through his portraits Educating Churchill How honest was Churchill? How to lose it - lessons from Winston Churchill Journeys with history Searching for Churchill's money Selling Chartwell What price leadership? Churchill and his money"David Lough Hits a Home Run. The Awards Dinner was as good as any of our productions over the last thirty years. I am not sure how we will top it next year..."
"You had the audience in your hands and one rightly said it was the best ever. It steered that difficult course between academia and entertainment. It was superb";
"Your speech was brilliant - we didn't want it to end!"; "an excellent and witty speech"; "a great presentation";
"I was honoured to be there and enjoyed the presentation immensely"; "thanks again for an outstanding event yesterday - evidenced by a substantial number of emails sent by our members."
"Thank you so much for your splendid talk last night. You were such a success. I have received some wonderful feedback. Everyone was clearly entranced by your enthralling anecdotes about Churchill’s tangled finances!"
"A huge thank you ... what a fantastic way to start the festival weekend!"; "David Lough was one of the best speakers I've heard - he made a subject in which I had no particular interest beforehand fascinating. I'd have happily listened for an hour."
"Thank you so much for your excellent talk. The reaction of the members I spoke to afterwards was without exception that it had been one of our very best meetings."
|Sat 15 Jun 2019||11.00 - 13.00 & 14.00 - 16.00||Churchill War Rooms||Clive Steps, King Charles Street, London, SW1A 2AQ||Open to the public||
David will be at the Churchill War Rooms to sign copies of his books No More Champagne and Darling Winston.
More information regarding the venue is available on the Imperial War Museum website: http://www.iwm.org.uk/visits/churchill-war-rooms
|Mon 22 Jul 2019||2pm||Handelsbanken Wealth Management||Pashley Manor, Ticehurst, Kent||By invitation||
David Lough will be talking about his new book ‘Darling Winston – forty years of letters between Winston Churchill and his mother’ to clients and guests of Handelsbanken Wealth Management.
|Sat 28 Sep 2019||Exact date and time TBC||Henley Literary Festival||Henley, near Reading, Berkshire||Open to the public||
David Lough will be speaking at the Henley Literary Festival about his most recent book ‘Darling Winston – Forty years of letters between Winston Churchill and his mother’
|Thu 17 Oct 2019||8pm||Leigh & District Historical Society||Leigh Small Village Hall, High Street, Leigh, Kent, TN11 8RL||By invitation||
David will talk about his books No More Champagne and Darling Winston and shed new light on Churchill’s curious emotional, intellectual and personal world and how it affected his public life.
|Thu 24 Oct 2019||6.30 for 7pm||Worshipful Company of Broderers||Mercers' Hall, 6 Frederick's Place, London, EC2R 8AB||By invitation||
David Lough will be speaking at the Associated Companies Dinner of The Worshipful Company of Broderers in the City of London