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Royston Pike: Terry Johnson presents The Life and Story of Mandy Rice-Davies

Mandy Rice-Davies hit the headlines during 1963 in a most notorious fashion. However, her life story is far more interesting.
Following her untimely death in 2014, Andrew Lloyd Webber said "With a different throw of the dice, Mandy could have been head of
the Royal Academy or even running the country." But then she did go on holiday with Margaret Thatcher.
A favourite presenter for Royston Pike audiences, Terry Johnson retired from The Metropolitan Police in the rank of Superintendent. During his service he was attached to New Scotland Yard’s Anti-Corruption Squad. He was also Police Controller at both Chelsea and Fulham football grounds and one of the Yard’s hostage negotiators. 

Thursday 27 April 7.30pm 
Tickets £3 - available on the door only (enquiries to Elmbridge Borough Council)


For more information, contact the Arts Development Officer, EBC, thennigs@elmbridge.gov.uk, 01372 474474

Thursday 17 Nov, 7.30pm
Tickets
 £3 - Available on the door
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Venue
Riverhouse Barn
Manor Road
Walton-on-Thames
Surrey
KT12 2PF