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

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

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

What Makes A Real Woman?

Sunday Papers Live: Style Section It’s one of the most vicious debates of our time, which has ripped the feminist community apart and deeply divided society—what is it that makes a woman, a woman? Is it the way she thinks, the way she dresses or her sex c

Making a man: a conversation on fatherhood and masculinity

Award winning novelist Edward Docx will be in conversation with write Howard Cunnell on the portrayal of fatherhood and masculinity in literature and how their personal experiences have influenced their writing. Let Go My Hand by Edward Docx is a darkly c