It’s now less than six weeks until The Geek Manifesto will hit the bookshops… It’s published on May 10.
So it’s time to post the schedule of events I’ll be speaking at in the next few months once it’s out. I’ll also post it in a link at the top of the blog, and update this with new events as they’re added.
14 May: Westminster Skeptics in the Pub, 19.30, The Old Monk Exchange, Strutton Ground, London SW1H 0HW. No need to book: £2 on the door (to cover SiTP expenses).
17 May: Centre for Science and Policy, Cambridge University. 17.30 Howard Lecture Theatre, Downing College, Regent Street, Cambridge, CB2 1DQ. Details and sign-up information here.
19 May: In Defence of Geeks, Bristol Festival of Ideas. 15.30, Watershed, Bristol. Angela Saini, author of Geek Nation: How Indian Science is Taking Over the World, and I will be discussing our books. Booking details here (tickets £7, £6 concessions).
24 May: London Skeptics in the Pub, 19.30, The Monarch, 40-42 Chalk Farm Road, Camden, London, NW1 8BG. £2 on the dooor (to cover SiTP expenses). Details here.
29 May: Sussex University, Science Policy Research Unit, Brighton. 1800. Details to follow.
30 May: Waterstones, Gower Street, London, WC1E 8EQ (yes, I know about the apostrophe…). 1800. Free event.
10 June: Hay Festival, Hay-on-Wye, Wales. Time and details tbc.
15 June: Cheltenham Science Festival, Town Hall, Cheltenham, Gloucstershire. I’ll be in conversation about the book with Tim Harford, FT columnist and author of Adapt and The Undercover Economist. 16.45, £8 (£7 concessions). Book tickets here. Thanks Rick Crawford for correcting me on the date.
24 June: Festival of Education, Wellington College, Berkshire. Debate with Ben Goldacre and Julia Buckingham about science education. Approx 2pm. Tickets £40 for the day, 0r for the weekend (£15/day students).
20 August (tbc): Sheffield Skeptics in the Pub.