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5x15 and Land Rover present 'Can and Will'

5x15 & Land Rover collaborate on a celebration of 'Can and Will'. 5 astounding speakers will each have 15 minutes to share their stories. Expect to hear unstoppable people with the determination to change lives and inspire others to reach higher.

Royal Geographical Society (With The Institute Of British Geographers), London SW7

Wed 17 Sep

£12 / 020 7591 3000

6 Steps To Wealth And Financial Independence

Do you think about ways to generate income? Do you love learning and talking about building wealth? If your answer is 'no' to any of the above, you are not optimally aligned to build great wealth.

The Bloomsbury Hotel, London WC1B

Wed 24 Sep

£30

  • 19:00 – 21:00

7 Successful Relationship Strategies

We all want to build strong relationships, but sometimes they can be tough and very complicated.

London School Of Economics, WC2A

Fri 10 Oct

Free / 020 7955 6043

  • 18:30 – 20:00

'A Recipe For Storytelling' With Emma Shevah

Emma Shevah believes that story creation is like baking. Using story menus, recipes and props, you will generate your own ideas from your experience and imagination, and start to form them into a terrific tale, then and there. Suitable for ages 8+.

London Jewish Cultural Centre, NW11

Sun 14 Sep

£3 / 020 8457 5000

  • 17:00 – 18:00
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Academic Lecture

Speaker Harry Beamish talks about the history of the walled garden at Auckland Castle, including its origins and development.

Auckland Castle, Bishop Auckland

Thu 11 Sep

Free / 01388 743750

  • 19:30

Bar 1:22, Huddersfield

Tue 2 Sep

Phone for prices / 01484 480252

  • 21:00

Tue 9 Sep

Phone for prices / 01484 480252

  • 21:00

Tue 16 Sep

Phone for prices / 01484 480252

  • 21:00
…and 6 more dates until 28 Oct

The Met, Abertillery

Fri 3 Oct

£2 / 01495 322510

  • 19:00

Action Hero: Hoke’s Bluff

Action Hero presents Hoke's Bluff, a show using high school storylines to find out what it means to be a winner. Suitable for all ages.

Aberystwyth Arts Centre

Tue 2 Dec

Great Hall

£12 (£10) / 01970 623 232

  • 20:00

Brighton Dome

Sat 15 Nov

Corn Exchange

£14 (£12) / 01273 709709

  • 19:30

Bristol Old Vic

Wed 8 Oct

£12 (£8) / 0117 987 7877

  • 20:00

Thu 9 Oct

£12 (£8) / 0117 987 7877

  • 20:00

Fri 10 Oct

£12 (£8) / 0117 987 7877

  • 20:00

Sat 11 Oct

£12 (£8) / 0117 987 7877

  • 20:00

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Adele Pennington: Mountain Climber Extraordinaire!: Talk

Conversation with one of Britain's foremost women mountaineers including stories about her extraordinary experiences and her stunning photographs.

Otley Courthouse

Sat 29 Nov

£10 (£8) / 01943 467466

  • 19:30

Adelia Prado And Thomas Lux: Poetry From The Americas

The poets read excerpts from their work.

Kings Place, London N1

Mon 10 Nov

St Pancras Room

£9.50 / 020 7520 1490

  • 19:00
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Snape Maltings Concert Hall

Sat 8 Nov

£7.50 ( £5; £5; Children £5 under 16s)

  • 17:15

Adrian Henri: Total Art Book Launch

Launch of Occasional Papers book published to accompany the Total Art exhibition at the Exhibition Research Centre LJMU, that presents 1960/70s work by this seminal Liverpool artist who embraced poetry, painting, performance, music & critical writing.

The Bluecoat, Liverpool

Sat 20 Sep

Free / 0151 702 5324

  • 18:00 – 21:00

Adult Writing: Course

A creative workshop for all levels of skill.

Theatre Royal, Newcastle upon Tyne

Thu 18 Sep

£60 / 0844 811 2121

  • 18:45 – 20:15

The Adventures Of Andy Kershaw

The former BBC Radio 1 DJ discusses his controversial life and career.

The Y, Leicester

Sat 4 Oct

£12 / 0116 255 7066

  • 19:30

Aerospace Engineering: A Personal Perspective: Lecture

Autumn Term Lecture with Jenny Body OBE, FRAeS, FCGI, DEng (hc).

Westonbirt School, Tetbury

Fri 26 Sep

£15 inc meals / 020 7963 1116

  • 19:30
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Southbank Centre, London SE1

Sun 12 Oct

Foyer Spaces/Weston Roof Pavilion At Royal Festival Hall

£8 (£4) / 0844 875 0073

  • 18:00

Afrika Ba Debate 2014

With guest speakers Professors Gus John and Ted Cantle.

Sussex Coast College, Hastings

Wed 8 Oct

Free / 01424 442 222

  • 17:30 – 19:30

The British Library, London NW1

Thu 27 Nov

£10 (£7; £8) / 0843 208 1144

  • 19:00 – 22:30

Afrovibes: Mojisola Adebayo With Afrovibes Artists

Writer and theatre-maker, Mojisola Adebayo,

The Albany, London SE8

Wed 15 Oct

Free / 020 8692 4446

  • 18:00 – 22:00

Thu 16 Oct

Free / 020 8692 4446

  • 18:00 – 22:00

Fri 17 Oct

Free / 020 8692 4446

  • 18:00 – 22:00

After Dark Tales

The Yarnsmith of Norwich Dave Tonge presents an entertaining night of storytelling. The Shaming Of Agnes Leaman includes tales based on real Tudor court records.

Tom Thumb Theatre, Margate

Fri 12 Sep

Phone for prices / 01843 221 791

  • 19:30
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Against War - Conscientious Objectors in World War One

Ben Copsey, Project Officer of the HLF funded 'Objecting to War' project, will discuss the experiences of the Conscientious Objectors during World War 1 and how they were depicted in the cartoon artform.

Cartoon Museum, London WC1A

Wed 10 Sep

£6; £4 Friends of the Museum (£5) / 020 7580 8155

  • 18:30 – 19:30

Alan Gillis And Tom Pickard

A double bill of poets. Alan Gillis's fourth book Scapegoat is published by The Gallery Press in October whilst Tom Pickard's Collected Poems, Hoy Oot, is published by Carcanet.

Martin Harris Centre For Music And Drama, The University Of Manchester

Fri 17 Oct

£6 (£4) / 0161 275 8951

  • 18:00 – 20:00

Alan Rusbridger: Reflections On Press Freedom: Talk

In this Benjamin Franklin House Symposium, Alan Rusbridger, Editor-in-Chief of Guardian News & Media, will share his views on freedom of the press. During his editorship at The Guardian he has fought a number of high-profile battles over press freedom and libel, including cases involving Neil Hamilton, Jonathan…

The British Library, London NW1

Mon 8 Sep

£5–£8 / 0843 208 1144

  • 18:30 – 20:15

Alan Taylor: Looking Back at 25 Years of Books

Journalist and editor Alan Taylor talks about the literary landscape of the past 25 years. Part of Stirling Literary Society's 25th anniversary lecture series.

Smith Art Gallery & Museum, Stirling

Mon 8 Sep

£5 (includes refreshments) (Members £3) / 01786 471917

  • 19:30 – 21:00
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