Thursday 4 November
6pm, Peacock Theatre, Portugal Street
Speakers: Robin Cook MP, Jef McAllister (Time Magazine), John Kampfner (New Statesman), Professor Michael Cox (LSE), Sunder Katwala (Fabian Society)
What will the US election result mean for the future of global politics? This major Fabian Society and LSE public debate will debate what America's next administration will mean for the future of transatlantic relations and global politics.
All tickets for members of the public, LSE staff, students and alumni and Fabian Society members have now been allocated.
Returns queue. There will be a returns queue in operation for this event. Shortly before the event starts we will fill any empty seats left by ticket holders with people from the returns queue. The returns queue will be located outside the entrance to the Peacock Theatre. Entry is not guaranteed to this event via the returns queue.
Members of the press
There are a limited number of media tickets. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible, and no later than Monday 1 November, to register your interest.
The event will take place at the LSE Peacock Theatre at 6pm on Thursday 4th November. All 1,000 public tickets were snapped up within 3 hours of release, so press space will be limited.
For comment or speaker media availability, please contact:
Sunder Katwala, general secretary, Fabian Society. Tel: 020 7227 4905 or 07816 891781.
Jessica Studdert, events manager, Fabian Society. Tel: 020 7227 4902 or 07815 156 605.
28 October 2004