19 Mar 2018 - 19 Mar 2018

Almeida Questions

Have politicians lost the art of persuasion?

in association with New Statesman

Tickets £5
Free to those aged 25 and under 

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A speech can inspire crowds, set out a vision – and change hearts and minds. But in the era of Trump’s tweets and social media soundbites, is there a place for great oratory?

As the Almeida launches its third series of digital film project Figures of Speech, join Helen Lewis as she chairs a panel including Amanda Abbington, Philip Collins, Sam Leith and Darren Siah to discuss what makes great rhetoric – and whether carefully crafted words still have a place in public life.   

Further panellists to be announced.


Dates & Tickets

Mon 19 Mar

£5 or free to those aged 25 and under. 

Theatre includes: Abigail’s Party (Theatre Royal, Bath); God Bless the Child (Royal Court); Love Me Tonight (Hampstead Theatre); The Safari Party (Scarborough/Hampstead Theatre); Something Blue (Scarborough); The Taming of the Shrew (Queen Mother Theatre); Tin Soldiers (New End Theatre/Grace Theatre).

Television includes: Safe; Sherlock; Mr Selfridge; Cuffs; Case Histories; Joe Mistry; Open Doors; We Are Family; Uncle; Being Human; Postcode; Money; Married. Single. Other.; Psychoville; Harley Street; Poirot; Doc Martin; The Bill; Teachers; Coupling.

Film includes: We The Kings; Crooked House; Another Mother’s Son; Ghost; Swinging with the Finkels; The All Together.

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