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5X15 WITH GINA MILLER, PAUL MASON, JOHANN HARI, DAME PROFESSOR SUE BLACK, ZACHARY R WOOD, RAYMOND ANTROBUS

  • EartH (Evolutionary Arts Hackney) 11-17 Stoke Newington Road London, England, N16 8BH United Kingdom (map)

Theatre – Unallocated Seating

Doors: 18:15
Start time: 19:00

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As we stand at an uncertain point in history, join us for 5 x 15 in Hackney. We’ve curated an outstanding line-up of visionary individuals to delve into our condition and tell us about their lives, inspirations and passions.

Paul Mason calls for a Clear Bright Future with a radical, impassioned defence of the human being, our universal rights and freedoms and our power to change the world around us

Dame Professor Sue Black looks back on her incredible life as a forensic anthropologist, revealing the many faces of death that she has come to know, and examining all that her life and work has taught her

Gina Miller, Remain advocate and campaigner, shares the lessons she’s learned in life spent speaking out, standing tall and leading the way

Johann Hari talks about rebuilding lost connections, and explains why everything we know about depression and mental illness is wrong

Zachary R. Wood is an Assistant Curator at TED, former Editor & Columnist at The Guardian, former Robert L. Bartley Fellow at The Wall Street Journal, and a class of 2018 graduate of Williams College. His recent work has appeared in The New York TimesThe Wall Street JournalThe Washington Post. A Washington, DC, native, Wood currently resides in New York City.

Raymond Antrobus was born in London to an English mother and Jamaican father, and is the author of 'To Sweeten Bitter' (Out-Spoken Press) and 'The Perseverance' (Penned In The Margins) which was awarded the UK Poetry Book Society’s ‘Winter Choice’ in 2018 and was named a poetry book of the year by The Guardian and The Sunday Times as well as being awarded the Ted Hughes award in 2019. His poetry has previously been published in POETRY, The Poetry Review, Poets.org, The Deaf Poets Society, News Statesman, The Guardian among others.

Zachary R. Wood is an Assistant Curator at TED, former Editor & Columnist at The Guardian, former Robert L. Bartley Fellow at The Wall Street Journal, and a class of 2018 graduate of Williams College. His recent work has appeared in The New York TimesThe Wall Street JournalThe Washington Post. A Washington, DC, native, Wood currently resides in New York City.

ABOUT 5x15: 5x15 launched 8 years ago and has organised hundreds of sold-out events across London and around the world. 5x15 specialises in inspiring live story telling, covering personal stories and the issues transforming the world around us. Learn more: http://5x15.com





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