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Thank You Mr Crombie: An Evening with Mihir Bose

27 Jun 2024 – 18:30 - 20:30 BST
Birkbeck University

Birkbeck University is pleased to welcome the author, journalist and broadcaster Mihir Bose on Thursday 27th June. Mihir will spend the evening discussing his latest book, his memoir, ‘Thank You Mr Crombie: Lessons in Guilt and Gratitude to the British’.

Author talk and book signing w/ Tom Gardner

21 Jun 2024 – 18.30-20.00 BST
The Gilded Acorn Bookshop

Join us at The Gilded Acorn for an exciting event with acclaimed author Tom Gardner to discuss his book ‘The Abiy Project’. 

Unsuitable w/ Eleanor Medhurst

4 Jul 2024 – 19:00 BST
Waterstones Glasgow

Join Waterstones Glasgow for this talk from Eleanor Medhurst, author of Unsuitable: A History of Lesbian Fashion.

Borderless Africa book launch w/ Francis Mangeni & Andrew Mold

22 May 2024 – 17:00 - 19:00 BST
SOAS University of London

Join us on an insightful evening with authors Francis Mangeni and Andrew Mold as they launch ‘Borderless Africa: A Sceptic’s Guide to the Continental Free Trade Area’, a fascinating study of the different dimensions and implications of the the largest free-trade zone in the world.

Fractured Union w/ Michael Kenny

15 May 2024 – 18:00 - 19:30 BST
KCL

Professor Michael Kenny (Professor of Public Policy, and inaugural Director of the Bennett Institute for Public Policy, University of Cambridge) will introduce his main arguments, with discussion from a high-profile panel.

Seven Children: Inequality and Britain’s Next Generation w/ Danny Dorling

6 Sep 2024 – 19:30 BST
Topping & Company Booksellers, Edinburgh

Suppose you chose seven typical children to represent today’s UK. Who would they be? What would they reveal? Join Danny Dorling as he talks about his thought-provoking new book ‘Seven Children’ and about the hidden realities of injustice and hope.

Why Men? w/ Nancy Lindisfarne & Jonathan Neale

4 Jun 2024 – 18:00 - 19:00 BST
York Festival of Ideas

Join Nancy and Jonathan as they discuss the privileges humans claim, how they rationalise them, and how we unpick those ideas about our roots.