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18:45 at Conway Hall
Join author and journalist Johann Hari as he re-examines the real cause of depression.

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18:30 at London School of Economics
Our planet’s pace of change is at lightning speed. How do we stay ahead of the curve to innovate, adapt, reinvent & engineer experiences for a future that promises to look vastly different from today?

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11:00 at Design Museum
Leading international designers, artists, academics and social thinkers come together to discuss design’s engagement with risk.

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19:00 at Moth Club
Navigating through the world of modern journalism with insight and practical advice from leading writers and editors working across the fields of music, art, fashion and lifestyle.

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19:00 at Cadogan Hall
Two exceptional minds, Armando Iannucci and James Rhodes discuss the transcendent power of music and to show how the great composers can touch our hearts and change our lives.

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14:00 at The National Gallery
Mindfulness and slow looking workshop inspired by the beauty of Gallen-Kallela's paintings of Lake Keitele.

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18:30 at London School of Economics
Dr Helen Pankhurst, in conversation with Professor Mary Evans, will discuss how women’s lives have changed over the last century and offer a powerful and positive argument for a new way forward.

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14:00 at The Photographers' Gallery
Join Patricia Allmer & John Sears, exhibition curators of 4 Saints in 3 Acts - A Snapshot of the American Avant-garde as they discuss the themes & contemporary understandings of this modernist opera.

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18:30 at Conway Hall
A 6-week course providing information and stories from a selection of struggles that took place over a 100 year period.

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19:00 at London School of Economics
Join authors Louise Doughty, Winnie M Li and Professor Nicola Lacey as they discuss whether literature about inequality can reach audiences in ways that social science research can't.

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