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Ticket Information

How can I attend?

All events in the Festival are free to attend and open to all.

Booking is now open for the main Festival events, you can book one ticket per person for each event, via the links below, simply click on the link for the event you wish to attend and follow the instructions. Some events overlap, please only book for the events you plan to attend to avoid depriving someone else of a place.

If an event is fully booked, there will be a returns queue in operation on the day, located outside the event venue. Seats left empty by ticketholders will be filled by those in the returns queue shortly before the start of the event. Entry via the returns queue is not guranteed, but in previous years most of those turning up on the night have been able to get a seat.

Entry requirements vary for events outside the main Festival site. If the event you are interested in is not listed below, you should visit the individual event listing and click on 'How can I attend?' to double check entry requirements or take a look at the "Festival - At a Glace" guide

Booking

Monday 25 February

1-2.15pm: A New International Order? Peacemaking after the First World War More info 
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6.30-8pm: Pessimism and the State of the World More info
FULLY BOOKED - RETURNS QUEUE IN OPERATION

6.30-8pm: Heavy Metal in Baghdad More info
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Tuesday 26 February

12-1pm: Whatever Happened to the Revolution? LSE in the 60s More info
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6-7pm: A Populist Wave? Unity and Division Among Europe's New Parties More info
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6-7pm: The Drugs Aren't Working! Confronting the Crisis of Superbugs More info
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7.30-8.30pm: Are We Heading Towards a Digital Dystopia? More info 
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7.30-8.30pm: A Marketplace for World Order More info
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Wednesday 27 February

2-3pm: Crisis of the Liberal World Order, or is the West in Decline - Again? More info 
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6-7pm: Innovation: a disruptive force for good? More info
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6-7pm: Dangerous Scholarship: trolled and threatened for research and activism More info
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6-7pm: Beyond Journeys: a dialogue with migrants and refugees More info FULLY BOOKED

7.30-8.30pm: New Reconciliations: the two Koreas More info
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7.30-8.30pm: How to Remain Sane in the Age of Populism More info
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Thursday 28 February

6-7pm: The Haunting of Neo-liberalism More info
FULLY BOOKED - RETURNS QUEUE IN OPERATION

6-7.30pm: Drug Wars and Strongman Politics More info
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7-8pm: Developing Urban Futures More info
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Friday 1 March

1.15-2.15pm: Reliving the Origins of Totalitarianism More info 
FULLY BOOKED - RETURNS QUEUE IN OPERATION

6-7pm: The Politics of Urban Inequality in Brazil and South Africa More info
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7-9pm: Human Flow  More info
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7.30-8.30pm: Putin’s Russia and its Challenge to the Postwar Liberal Order More info 
FULLY BOOKED - RETURNS QUEUE IN OPERATION

Saturday 2 March

11-12.15pm: Brave New World More info
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11-12.15pm: Enemies and Adversaries in 21st Century Politics EVENT CANCELLED

12.45-2pm: Art and Conflict More info
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12.45-2pm: What Does it Mean to be British and Who Defines it? More info
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2.30-3.45pm: Protesting Inequalities More info
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2.30-3.45pm: Conspiracy Theory as Truth More info
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4.30-5.45pm: "Us and Them": populism and religious identity in the West More info
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4.30-6pm: Borders and Walls More info
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6.30-8pm: New World Order 2035 More info
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Children's Events

'Another Brick in the Wall', Saturday 2 March, 11am and 2pm, More info

BOOK TICKETS FOR 11AM-1PM

BOOK TICKETS FOR 2-4PM