A spectre is haunting LSE — the spectre of Guerrilla Lectures. Forget traditional lecture halls and think, instead, of an intellectual flash mob assembling somewhere in London. That’s the concept of the Guerrilla Lectures. Students are told when and where to go to collect their tickets, but not where the lecture will take place, what it will be on, or who is speaking.
This novel approach introduces participants to new and interesting topics, often in locations that they wouldn't otherwise be able to visit, turning the concept of 'the lecture' on its head.