Festival of Questions: Day of Questions 1
Saturday 6 February: Day of Questions 1
Lancaster Arts’ Festival of Questions is a 3-week series of special events, panel discussions and cultural projects in February 2016.
Lancaster Arts are hosting two days of panel discussions at The Storey, in Lancaster's city centre, on Saturday 6th and Saturday 20 February. Offering viewpoints from marginalized perspectives as well as the mainstream, with speakers from across the political spectrum, these FestQ 'Days of Questions' seek to explore the cultural, social and political climate of our time.
On Saturday 6 February, we explore questions such as;
Should We Welcome Refugees? with Colin Grant (chair), David Goodhart, Gulwali Passarlay, Homa Khaleeli
The Music Room, 11am
Are We All in it Together? with Melissa Benn (Chair), David Kynaston, Lynsey Hanley, Shiv Malik
The Music Room, 1.30pm
In What Ways Can Older People Challenge Loneliness? with Katherine Froggatt (Chair), Andy Smith, Denise Nardone, Emma Rose
The Lecture Theatre, 1.30pm
What are the Mainstream Media Representations of Black People Today? with Joy Francis, SuAndi, Season Butler, Graham Mort (chair)
The Lecture Theatre, 3pm
The War in Syria: How Should the World Respond? with Malu Halasa (chair), Simon Mabon, Robin Yassin-Kassab, Idress Ahmad
The Music Room, 3.30pm
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Presented by Lancaster Arts
In partnership with Modern Culture, & Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences at Lancaster University,
with venue partners The Storey and The Dukes
Tickets are purchased as Day Passes, enabling access to all talks.
If you wish to attend both 'Days of Questions' please purchase a ticket for Day 1 and then call (01524 594151) or email the box office where we can issue you the second ticket at 50% off.