Previously at Salon
Salon London: Bringing ideas to life.
23rd Mar 2021
Most of us want to change something about ourselves. It might be our response to stress, our weight, patterns in our relationships or our performance at work. Change is hard, it’s emotional, but it’s not as impossible as you think…
9th Mar 2021
Big questions of what we are we doing with our lives, what do we want to achieve in our work, and how can we do something meaningful and enjoyable while making a great living seem even more pressing this year. Many have lost their jobs during the pandemic, others have simply realised that if they can work from home, perhaps they can work from anywhere and do it for themselves instead of a corporation.
4th Mar 2021
When we find ourselves in an exceptional relationship - the kind of relationship where we feel fully understood and supported for who we are - it can seem like magic. Exceptional relationships help us to be more self-aware, and compassionate, and we can build deep, fulfilling, personal connections with a wide range of people in every aspect of our lives.
2nd Mar 2021
Want more neurogenesis, more neuroplasticity, more fluid intelligence to build on your life experience? Of course you do. So get the top-notch news on what is possible with the brilliant Daniel Levitin author of This is Your Brain on Music, The World in Six Songs, and The Organised Brain in The Changing Mind: A Neuroscientist's Guide to Ageing Well on 2nd March (and there is lots of great news for creatives, those who help others, and those who come to things like Salon).
25th Feb 2021
Join us on the 25th February for our Transmission Prize Award Show 2021 brought to you via Zarucchi. Yes, come along and be part of Salon London’s yearly celebration of the work that our experts, authors and academics do to get us together with their ideas.
7th Feb 2021
Have you always wanted to judge a book or idea prize? We’re inviting you, our wonderful Salon Londoners, to be part of Salon London's annual Transmission Prize brought to you via Zarucchi which rewards our experts, authors and academics for their groundbreaking ideas and the way they communicate them.
14th Jan 2021
For decades, women have been called 'bossy', 'hysterical' and 'neurotic' in situations where men might simply be dubbed 'assertive'. Women are constantly worrying about being polite, even finding themselves in uncomfortable situations they'd rather avoid due to a fear of saying the wrong thing. We all have questions about our bodies but often women's voices are silenced for being impolite or improper.
7th Jan 2021
Launching us into January, we explore a lesser-known side to Sylvia Plath, the American novelist and poet, whose creativity still influences and resonates so strongly today. While readers may be familiar with her work and life, there are so many chapters of it left unexplored and, by focussing on Sylvia’s adventures in Paris, Dave Haslam brings a new, welcome perspective to what we think we know. Haslam is a broadcaster, author and former Hacienda DJ, whose latest series ‘Art Decades’ is building into an intriguing collection of small format books about writing, music, and art, rooted in lived experience and a love for cities.
29th Dec 2020
How do we process the unique stresses of 2020? We realise this year has been difficult and so to help us find our own way to effectively process the stress of this most unusual year, we’ve invited academic psychiatrist of the year, Prof. Carmine Pariante (Kings College London) to ALSO Twixtmas.
28th Dec 2020
2020 has been tough but Everything Isn’t Terrible, and to prove it we have therapist and respected mental health writer, Dr Kathleen Smith beaming in from Washington, DC to explain how her work can help us live a less anxious life.