Lynch-obsessed? Then don’t miss the #TwinPeaks Festival Oct. 3-4 http://t.co/e3lkwLzBHb & let the count down begin!! @TwinPeaksUKFest
 
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19:30 at Conway Hall
Why Capitalism Needs Debt Write-offs to Survive: professor Steve Keen shares his view on the bigger picture – including recent financial developments around the world.

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11:20 at Mary Ward House
From climate change to banking scandals, austerity to IS, a perfect storm appears to threaten the world we know – change that will affect not only our lives, but our children and grandchildren, too.

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19:30 at Conway Hall
Should Universities be Intellectual ‘Safe Spaces’? This discussion may change your mind.

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19:00 at South London Gallery
For his first major solo show in London in many years, Thomas Hirschhorn presents a new work entitled In-Between - and this is your chance to hear the artists discuss his practice.

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19:00 at The Photographers' Gallery
Expert panel explores the shifts in authorship and control of image-making, especially for women - in contemporary music culture.

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11:30 at The O2
The 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, delivers a talk entitled Compassion: The Foundation of Well-Being.

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19:00 at Royal Geographical Society
Why did we, and no other human species, come to prevail over the planet? Have we become happier as history has unfolded? And why have men been historically preferred over women in social structures?

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19:00 at Royal Geographical Society
Join the writer said to have 'the ambition and talent to make the literary novel seem truly meaningful again, both as a vehicle of mass entertainment and as a serious record of our times.’ 

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19:30 at Royal Festival Hall
Venture inside the mind of the filmmaker once described as ‘half genius and half madman’, whose popularity has remained undimmed for almost half a century.

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12:00 at BFI Southbank
This year, the festival is opening with Sarah Gavron’s highly anticipated Suffragette; a day later, London hosts the first Global Symposium on Gender in Media outside the US.

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