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TIM MARSHALL

ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY (WITH IBG) LECTURE SERIES TIM MARSHALL DIVIDED: WHY WE’RE LIVING IN AN AGE OF WALLS Author of the best-selling Prisoners of Geography, Tim Marshall will speak about his latest book Divided: Why We’re Living in an Age of Walls. During this talk, Marshall delves into our past and our present to reveal the fault […]

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CAFÉ SCIENTIFIQUE

CAFÉ SCIENTIFIQUE Free. Exeter Phoenix and the University of Exeter presents Café Scientifique. Monthly talks and discussions on topical scientific issues. FIRST MONDAY OF THE MONTH Please note, on rare occassions the venue is subject to change. Please check the Café Scientifique website below for final details.

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SCRATCH THAT!

SCRATCH THAT! £5* to book a seat in advance and guarantee entry | Pay what you feel on the door FIRST SUNDAY OF THE MONTH Scratch That! is a night for artists and companies to test out ideas or works in progress in front of a supportive and friendly audience. There will be a variety […]

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Plastic Free Exeter: A Business Community gathering

Plastic Free Exeter is delighted to host Exeter’s top organisations who will be sharing their practices and experiences of reducing single-use plastic within their organisations. The aim of the evening is to share ideas and strategy in the wider business community by opening a forum of discussion, preceded by a short presentation from the following […]

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NATALIE BENNETT: SYSTEM CHANGE

Can our economic, social, and environmental systems work so that the most responsible choices we make are also the easiest, cheapest, and most obvious? Often when we are faced with environmental or social problems, we find that changing our own actions can initially feel satisfying, but this can sometimes lead to a feeling that the […]

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Inspiring Entrepreneurs: Digital Disruptors (A British Library Livestream)

Join us for a British Library livestream of their Inspiring Entrepreneurs event. Emerging technologies are redefining the ways in which we interact, work and do business. Hear how our panel built their businesses around bold ideas using digital innovation to transform our daily lives. Moderated by Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE, founder of STEMettes and panel […]

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Books With Buggies

We are a small, friendly book group for busy parents and carers who enjoy reading. We are an informal group so even if you haven’t read the whole book, this is still a great chance to catch up and meet new friends. So come join us to discuss our latest book in a relaxed setting […]

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Dartmoor Spring Foraging Course

Dartmoor is one of the most beautiful places in the UK with not many roads but plenty of wild food and clean growing environments for the freshest tasting plants we find anywhere. These courses will be held in Lustleigh, a beautiful little village within reach of Bovey Tracey, Chudleigh, Newton Abbot, Exeter, Torquay and Paignton. […]

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THE RELUCTANT ANTHROPOLOGIST: TALES OF MADAGASCAR

World famous anthropologist Maurice Bloch will ask a question: why is it so easy, when we go to somewhere which the tourist industry would describe as very exotic, to get on with people? Part of the answer is that remote people are much less different than we might, at first, believe and that modern society […]

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BAFTA SHORTS (15)

Hosted by the Filmmakers Lab and BFI.NETWORK, this special screening features eight short films nominated in the British Short Film and British Short Animation categories at this year’s BAFTA film awards, which celebrate innovative, experimental film talent.  This screening is free of charge for Filmmakers Lab members (Find out more about becoming a member here: https://filmmakerslab.co.uk) […]

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