An Intimate History Of Humanity

Theodore Zeldin

An Intimate History Of Humanity

Essential reading for humans.

The Hidden Pleasures of Life

Theodore Zeldin

The Hidden Pleasures of Life: A New Way of Remembering the Past and Imagining the Future

Will reveal the autobiography in you.

The Amber Fury

Natalie Haynes

The Amber Fury

Amber Fury - not to be confused with Amber Furries.

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    Unlock the Stress Cycle

    19th Mar 2019

    How can women regulate self-criticism, and find a sense of peace in a world insistent on telling them who they should be and how they should be it? In a stressed-out, unpredictable and anxious-ridden world, how can women minimise stress, . . .
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    How To...Family with Philippa Perry

    6th Mar 2019

    We've worked with Philippa Perry since this project was a twinkle in her eye and on March 6th we're so pleased to be the very first to hear her talk about this incredible exploration of family as we discuss...The Book You Wish Your Parents . . .
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    Transmission Prize 2019

    21st Feb 2019

    Come to see Jamie Bartlett, author of ‘The People Vs Tech’ and ‘The Dark Net’, and Carl Miller, author of ‘The Death of the Gods’ - winners of the Salon London Transmission Prize 2019 - debate one of the . . .
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    True Love Valentine Salon

    14th Feb 2019

    Singles, doubles, thruples, groups. Salon London wants you this Valentine's Day! Emotion historian and author the brilliant Dr Tiffany Watt Smith talks us through the power of Schadenfreude – and explains why enjoying the pain and . . .
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    Let's Get...Physical Intelligence

    15th Jan 2019

    Want to start 2019 more focused and productive? Want to do more, stress less and live more happily? So - join us as we kick-start the Salon year with physical intelligence experts Claire Dale and Patricia Peyton, and understand the way . . .
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    We Are All Original

    22nd Nov 2018

    Original Sins. What’s yours. Social Media? One more drink? Box sets? The Science of Sin brings together the latest findings from neuroscience research to shed light on the universally fascinating subject of temptation – where . . .
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    Be More Pirate

    12th Nov 2018

    Sam Conniff Allende is a multi-award winning serial Social Entrepreneur, and co-founder and former CEO of Livity, the youth-led creative network. Conniff Allende has mentored thousands of talented young hustlers and entrepreneurs around . . .
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    Why we're highly suggestible, always wrong and how friends can cure us.

    25th Oct 2018

    Ever wondered why you are so open to suggestion? Dr Devin Terhune, the Goldsmiths' Psychology academic leads the world's research into hypnosis and the brain. He'll be on the Salon stage to explain why we are so easily led. Repeat after . . .
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    What makes you YOU. Find out with a glass of wine and a leading neuroscientist: Kevin J Mitchell.

    23rd Oct 2018

    You've probably already noticed you're not like others! But why is this and how did we end up the way we are? Leading neuroscientist Kevin J Mitchell is in the UK on 23rd October to explain how both human diversity and individual . . .
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    Are We Human or Are We Chancer?

    20th Sep 2018

    Are we human or are we chancer? On 20th September, Salon London will be at the (gorgeous) Hospital Club, Covent Garden with three incredible speakers to find out. Dr Adam Rutherford, star of science on screen, and author of Wellcome . . .