Literary dinner with Barry Hatton

Lisbon-based journalist Barry Hatton will be in the Algarve to talk about his bestselling book The Portuguese, in the latest event by the Algarve History Association.
Barry was born in Doncaster and after graduating from King´s College, London, he moved to Portugal in 1986. He was Deputy Editor of The Anglo-Portuguese News and from 1992 reported on Portugal for newspapers such as The Guardian and The Wall Street Journal Europe.
Since 1997, he has been the Lisbon correspondent for The Associated Press, covering politics, economics and sports in Portugal.
He has also co-authored, with Luisa Beltrão, a biography of Maria de Lourdes Pintasilgo, the first woman to become prime minister of Portugal.
Barry Hatton’s presentation on his book The Portuguese will take place at the Bela Romão Croquet Club on Saturday, October 11, from 6pm.
Barry will talk about his book before dinner and will be available to answer questions after dinner. He will have signed copies of his book available for sale. The talk and dinner costs €25.
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