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Salon London: Bringing ideas to life.
25th Nov 2020
On 25th November, hear from bestselling author Philippa Perry (The Book You Wish Your Parents Had Read) and Flo Perry, author of How to Have Feminist Sex, in a thought-provoking, clever and funny Salon as we celebrate the new edition of Couch Fiction: A Graphic Tale of Psychotherapy, written by Philippa and illustrated by Flo.
24th Nov 2020
The instinct to fight may be innate in human nature, but war--organized violence--comes with organized society. War has shaped humanity's history, its social and political institutions, its values and ideas. Our very language, our public spaces, our private memories, and some of our greatest cultural treasures reflect the glory and the misery of war. War is an uncomfortable and challenging subject not least because it brings out both the vilest and the noblest aspects of humanity.
19th Nov 2020
Standing at the crossroads - the Mississippi crossroads of Robert Johnson and the devil's infamous meeting - broadcaster, award-winning musician and bestselling author, Mark Radcliffe found himself facing his own personal crunch point. Mark will be in conversation with Salon London’s Juliet Russell before we open up to your questions - LIVE.
16th Nov 2020
After five years journeying around the world in search of the truth, award-winning investigative journalist Tom Burgis is at Salon London to reveal a terrifying global web of corruption.
8th Nov 2020
Join us on Sunday 8th November for a Book Club LIVEstream with the Sunday Times bestselling author Cathy Rentzenbrink and her gorgeous new book, Dear Reader: The Comfort and Joy of Books.
1st Nov 2020
Want to find true happiness? Then please join us on the sofa with the bestselling crime writer, poet and confessed self-help addict, Sophie Hannah at 8pm on Sunday 1st November to take a deep dive into the art of happiness.
25th Oct 2020
Join us on Sunday 25th October for a Book Club LIVEstream with the longtime New York Times foreign correspondent and best-selling author Elaine Sciolino and her gorgeous new book, The Seine: The River that Made Paris - a vibrant, enchanting tour of the Seine.
6th Oct 2020
Being strategic is a critical skill. It enables you to solve problems on a day-to-day basis while also keeping an eye on the long term, anticipating and mitigating opportunities and threats along the way. So how do you master it?
30th Sep 2020
Come and explore the remarkable women at the heart of the ancient Greek myths with the classicist and Women's Prize shortlisted writer Natalie Haynes as she moves away from the traditional retellings of the Greek myths in a thought-provoking, clever and funny Salon on September 30th as we present Pandora's Jar: Women in the Greek Myths.
22nd Sep 2020
Across the world, nationalism is on the rise. Right-wing populists have taken hold of some of the most powerful countries, including the US, UK, India, Brazil, Italy, and Hungary. Is the best way to counter them to renew our confidence in liberal beliefs of freedom and reason?