Jon Ronson — Psychopath Night (Nov 2016)

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, 6 Leicester Place, Leicester Square, London 51.511339 -0.1301
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9.30 PM to 11.20 PM
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This one sounds like fun... it's 'Psychopath Night' with Jon Ronson, Mary Turner Thomson and Eleanor Longden.

It should be noted that Jon Ronson is not actually a psychopath (I hope). And neither is Mary Turner Thomson (I hope). I'm not sure about Eleanor Longden, though — but I'm sure she's very nice.

What the show is actually about are the funny, terrifying and utterly compelling events that made Jon Ronson write his bestselling book, 'The Psycopath Test'.

Mary Turner Thomson and Eleanor Longden will be there to tell their own amazing stories.

 

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