Discussion

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Thursday 25 September

19:00-20:00

Joanna Ebenstein unravels the paradoxes that encircle early anatomical objects: life and death, science and art, animate and inanimate.

Discussion

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Thursday 11 September

19:00-20:30

Carried along by the Age of Sail, a global curiosity sought out both medical innovations and cultural exchange.

Discussion

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Thursday 12 June

19:00-20:30

Hear about the research of Martin Rees, Astronomer Royal, in the thought-provoking context of a conversation with Hans Ulrich Obrist.

Discussion

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Saturday 22 June

12:00-16:30

This year we'll be turning Cumberland Market into a massive garden to celebrate our theme of growing.

Film screening

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Saturday 19 January

11:00-20:00

The subject of death in film has long fascinated directors and artists: film offers a way to explore and face the inescapable fact of our

Symposium

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Friday 7 December

19:00-21:00

Nearly everyone has experienced bodily pain, yet describing it is notoriously difficult.

Friday late

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Friday 2 November

19:00-23:00

Experience a brush with death at our special Friday night late, and explore what death has to tell us about life.

Walking tour

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Tuesday 11 September

19:00-20:30

Tuesday 18 September

18:45-20:15

A twilight bat walk in Regent's Park with international bat expert Professor Kate Jones.