This time around we’re bringing you five more great speakers. We’ve got Sali Hughes. Vashti Seth talking about creating opportunity and freedom both at home and in the developing world. Julian Baggini showing us how it is possible to be a cheerful pessimist, a cynical romantic, light in the darkness of the world. Dr Kate Lister talking on the history of the word ‘cunt’. And finally Clover Stroud talking about how after a tragic accident her happy family life fell apart, leaving her to search for somewhere new to call home. A journey which took her across England’s idyllic Cotswolds to boomtown Dublin and the traveller rave scene of Ireland in the 2000s, across the plains of Texas then finally to the war-torn South Caucasus of Russia.
7.30 pm, £15/ £12 concessions