JOURNALIST, Angus Roxburgh, will visit Elgin to talk about his latest book, Moscow Calling, later this month.
A former media consultant to the Kremlin, he has, over the years, met four successive Russian presidents, been pursued by the KGB and ejected from the country.
At the event in Elgin library, he’ll talk about ‘his’ Russia – not the Russia of news reports. An event not to be missed.
Tickets cost £5 and are available online or by calling Elgin library on 01343 562602.
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