Your chance to meet one of the SAS men who stormed the Iranian Embassy in 1980
Robin Horsfall is best known for the Iranian Embassy Siege in London, during which he shot and killed a leading terrorist in one of the most daring SAS raids in modern British history.
The man himself will be visiting Stockton’s Don War Memorial Bar for a presentation, Q&A and a book signing for An Evening With SAS Hero Robin Horsfall, on March 24.
Horsfall, who left the elite regiment in 1984, was among a small number of ex SAS men involved in the embassy raid to publicly talk about the operation.
He will be sharing his life experiences from being a bullied kid to an SAS soldier, sniper, bodyguard, paramedic, martial artist, teacher and author.
The Iranian Embassy Siege was dramatised in the 2017 film 6 Days starring Jamie Bell - a film Horsfall has strongly criticised.
A charity auction will also take place on the evening supporting causes chosen by Robin Horsfall and Julie Cooper who runs the Don War Memorial Bar.
(Julie Cooper Owner of the Don War Memorial Bar- Above)
Robin was recently interviewed by Jordan Wylie leading up to this event, that podcast can be found on the link below:
An Evening With SAS Robin Horsfall will start at 7pm at the Don War Memorial bar, in Calverts Lane, Stockton.
This event has been selling well and will be a busy evening, limited tickets are still available at £20.