4th October 2012 • London School of Economics, LondonAs a former Secretary General of the UN, Kofi Annan has been at the centre of some of the biggest geopolitical events of our time. With over forty years of service to the United Nations (ten as Secretary-General) – he …more
9th October 2012 • National Army Museum, LondonDan Snow will be bringing the history of castle warfare to life, through the stories of six great castles. Snow will examine how these massive fortifications were built and what weapons used to defeat them - from Edward …more
9th October 2012 • London School of Economics, LondonSir Mervyn King is the Governor of the Bank of England, during a time when the country has witnessed the worst financial crisis and recession since the 1930's. In this lecture he will explore what challenges this poses to …more
11th October 2012 • British Library, LondonJohn Lennon wrote a large number of letters and postcards throughout his life, and a selection of these is being published for the first time. Hunter Davies wrote the first authorised biography of The Beatles in 1968, and …more
15th October 2012 • Tabernacle, LondonThis evening will consist of five speakers, speaking for exactly 15 minutes each. You will hear from the broadcaster Andrew Marr; newsman Gavin Esler on the power of stories; Katie Hickman on running away with the circus; …more
15th October 2012 • Cottesloe Theatre, LondonJoin Al Senter for an afternoon interview with Una Stubbs, as she talks about her career and her current role in "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time". She will also answer some of the audience's questions.
17th October 2012 • Museum of London, LondonThe Museum of London will be hosting an open discussion with a group of prominent London bloggers to explore the rise of blog culture in the capital, and how they've transformed the way we experience the capital. The …more
19th – 20th October 2012 • Leicester Square Theatre, LondonHoward Marks' outspoken wit and liberal opinions -- not to mention his murky past as a drug smuggler, and his apparent connections to the Mafia, IRA, MI6 and the CIA -- has made him something of an icon in the world of …more
23rd October 2012 • Cottesloe Theatre, LondonJoin Al Senter for an afternoon interview with Philip Glenister, as he talks about his career and his current role in "This House". He will also answer some of the audience's questions.
23rd October 2012 • Cottesloe Theatre, LondonThis talk will focus on the changes that Sir Malcolm Rifkind and Baroness Shirley Williams have observed in the House of Commons and the structure of government since 1974, when the National Theatre's new play was set -- "This House".
27th October 2012 • Wembley Arena, LondonIs he a fruitcake, or is he a prophet? There is only one way to find out... get yourself down to Wembley Arena for David Icke's "Remember Who You Are Tour". With a capacity of 12,000 Wembley Arena is London’s second …more