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Tate Britain presents Queer British Art and Identity

Sunday Papers Live : Culture Section Clare Barlow, curator at Tate Britain will be joined by performer Tim Redfern, artist Nick Hornby and activist Paris Lees to discuss the diverse connections between sexuality, gender identity and art to uncover a past

Newsweek Debate: Are we heading towards a second Cold War?

Join us for the Newsweek debate in The Forum at Wilderness this year. In the run-up to the U.S. presidential election, most people seemed united in the opinion that Republican nominee Donald Trump would usher in a new era of friendlier U.S.-Russia relatio

The RSA : The Big Election Debrief

It was widely tipped to be the least interesting election in living memory - a slam-dunk for the Conservatives in a time of unprecedented popularity. In these unpredictable times it’s not even hyperbole to say ‘no one expected that’ - they *really* didn’t

VICE Presents: The Gender Drug Divide

Sunday Papers Live: UK News Section Last year, The Global Drug Survey revealed there had been a fourfold increase in British female clubbers seeking emergency medical treatment after taking MDMA. Studies have also found that women are two to three times m

Economist Films presents The World If…

How will the planet cope when faced with fundamental challenges to how we live our lives? World-renowned publication The Economist brings its global expertise to Wilderness to explore three mind-stretching scenarios that could transform our world. Led by

Sunday Papers Live

Sunday Papers Live brings the broadsheets to life – section by section, performance by performance – with poets, politicians, musicians, actors and writers covering travel, world news, style, gardening, sport, business, culture and more. Some will be sill

INDEX ON CENSORSHIP: THE FAKE NEWS QUIZ

Join free speech fanatics Index on Censorship for a quiz show with a difference: the Fake News Show. Try to separate fact from fiction with the help of panellists including BBC radio presenter Emma Barnett and News Roast comedian Jolyon Rubinstein. Do you

Wilderness Utopias Friday: Myths

The world is in a bit of a mess and Wilderness is here to fix it. Utopias is a series of debates that each day explores visions for a better world. Each day a panel of experts discuss the myths and the methods that have shaped our way of organising – and

Wilderness Utopias Saturday: Money

The world is in a bit of a mess and Wilderness is here to fix it. Utopias is a series of debates that each day explores visions for a better world. Each day a panel of experts discuss the myths and the methods that have shaped our way of organising – and

Wilderness Utopias Sunday: Democracy

The world is in a bit of a mess and Wilderness is here to fix it. Utopias is a series of debates that each day explores visions for a better world. Each day a panel of experts discuss the myths and the methods that have shaped our way of organising – and

Generation M: Young Muslims Changing the World

Sunday Papers Live : World News section, presented by Frontline Club What does it mean to be young and Muslim today? There is a segment of the world’s 1.6 billion Muslims that is more influential than any other, and will inform not just the future for Mus

Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race

Reni Eddo-Lodge in conversation with Lolly Adefope Hear journalist and author Reni Eddo-Lodge speak about the frustrations, discomfort and social implications of talking about race in an interview hosted by actress and comedian Lolly Adefope. Reni Eddo-Lo