Bookings are now open for this year's Festival of Culture. Join us at UCL in June for 50+ talks, tours, exhibitions and performances taking place from Monday 4 June to Friday 8 June.
You can browse the programme by day and select multiple events to book onto. There are morning, lunchtime and evening sessions to choose from.
Please note, the Orwell events, Down and Out: Live, and Homelessness and Rough Sleeping in London: What are the Policy Options? have now been moved to Stone Nest, 136 Shaftesbury Avenue, W1D 5EZ. This address will not appear on UCL Maps, as it's off campus. Please use Google Maps to find this location.
Monday 4 June
Highlights from Monday's line up include:
- Elizabeth I at 60
- Time for Tea? British Values in Schools
- REMOTE CONTACT Exhibition
- Poets Poets
- Women Writing Suffrage
- Sex and Migration
- And much more...
Find out more about Monday's events and book your place using the link below.
Tuesday 5 June
Highlights from Tuesday's line up include:
- UCL Special Collections
- Entrepreneurship and Education
- Magic and Medieval Literature
- The Language of Law
- Europe Through the Looking Glass: A Little Tour of Children's Books Across the Continent
- Medieval Dog Love
- Spiritual Flavours
Find out more about Tuesday's events and book your place using the link below.
Wednesday 6 June
Highlights from Wednesday's line up include:
- Cities After Hours
- Orwell's Down and Out in Paris and London: Live
- Can the Language of 11-year-olds Predict Their Future?
- Shakespeare's Real Life
- Homelessness and Rough Sleeping in London: What are the Policy Solutions?
Find out more about Wednesday's events and book your place using the link below.
Thursday 7 June
Highlights from Thursday's line up include:
- A Brief History of Cosmopolitanism
- Cicero and Women
- Tales from a Master's Notebook
- Writing War: Literature from Ukraine
- Queer Visibility in Young Adult Fiction
Find out more about Thursday's events and book your place using the link below.
Friday 8 June
Highlights from Friday's line up include:
- A Refugee Child in WW2 London
- Vision and Decision: How We See at Sea
- Poetry and Protest of Partition
- Female Readings of the Iliad
- A Musical Roman: Proust and Hahn
Find out more about Friday's events and book your place using the link below.
If you have any questions about bookings or any other matters relating to the Festival, please email Jo Harris at email@example.com. Thank you.