Tonight's Annual Lecture - Pay on the day
A few spaces remain for tonight's Annual Lecture. If you would like to join us please arrive between 6.30pm and 6.45pm and bring the correct cash payment or a cheque made payable to ‘Compass’ with you.
Professor Richard Sennett will deliver 'The Craft of Cooperation' tonight from 7pm-8:30pm in the B.5 Auditorium, Franklin Wilkins Building, Kings College London (Waterloo Campus).
A good society is created through the art of living together. Over the past few decades we have learnt to be consumers, it is now time we re-learnt the art of being citizens, neighbours and co-workers.
Richard is one of the foremost thinkers about the public realm and always challenges us to think about what being social and human means in our world today. The talk will be based on his influential and important new book Together: The Rituals, Pleasures and Politics of Co-operation.
This challenging lecture will be followed by contributions from a panel of high-profile respondents. We are delighted that Lisa Nandy, MP for Wigan; Deborah Orr, Guardian Columnist; Hannah Worth, Director, Chamberlain Forum and Ed Mayo, Secretary General of Co-operatives UK have agreed to respond.
Tickets cost just £10 waged, or £5 for Compass members/unwaged/low-waged/concessions
Places to this event are limited and so we would urge you to book your place early to guarantee your attendance. Last year tickets to our annual lecture sold out in less than 10 days.
This year’s Annual Lecture is very kindly being supported by Co-operatives UK.
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