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. £3 including a glass of wine.
16 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.
21 June: Reading Skeptics in the Pub, Copa, 76-78A Kings Road, Reading, RG1 3BJ.
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.