Join us in Birmingham during the Conservative Party Conference (outside the zone, no need for a pass) for a special UnHerd Live event in which we’ll be asking: What’s the big idea? … do Conservatives have a philosophy?
Featuring Michael Gove in conversation with UnHerd’s Executive Editor Freddie Sayers.
The event will consist of a discussion followed by Q&A. Come along – we’d love to see you there!
Doors open at 3:30pm and event starts at 4:00pm
4th October 2022 16:00Rewatch the event
Israeli philosopher Yoram Hazony is at the forefront of a new group of conservatives who are trying to bring the nation and religion back to the Right. Do they represent a post-liberal future? Freddie Sayers will attempt to find out, followed by Q&A and drinks.
19th September 2022 19:00
Join UnHerd at How the Light Gets In Festival at Kenwood House in London. Regular contributor David Patrikarakos will be in conversation with Michael Bociurkiw on the future of Ukraine and Freddie Sayers will debate fact-checking and censorship with journalists Stephen Sackur and Jemima Kelly.
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1st - 2nd OctoberGet your ticket
How did the West get overtaken by social justice zealots? Join Andrew Doyle, political satirist and author of The New Puritans, for a discussion, book signing and drinks at the Frontline Club. Hosted by UnHerd’s Freddie Sayers
8th September 2022 19:00Get your ticket
As the Covid era comes to a close, it’s time to ask: what can we learn from the Swedish approach going forward? Join Harvard Professor Martin Kulldorff, Swedish biostatistician and original co-author of the Great Barrington Declaration, in conversation with UnHerd’s Freddie Sayers at The Frontline Club.
23rd June 2022 19:00Rewatch the event
On the day after France finds out whether Marine le Pen will be its next President, join UnHerd for an evening of discussion: “Has Putin killed off populism?” French columnist Anne-Elisabeth Moutet, Novara Media’s Aaron Bastani and Professor Matthew Goodwin will be in conversation with UnHerd’s Freddie Sayers at The KPH pub in London’s Notting Hill.
26th April 2022 19:00Rewatch the event
Join columnists Mary Harrington, Hadley Freeman and activist & author Julie Bindel in conversation with UnHerd Editor Sally Chatterton on the future of feminism: where does it go from here?
1st February 2022 18:00Rewatch the event
Join us at The Arts Workers’ Guild in Central London for a lunchtime event with Stephen Pinker — in which he will discuss his new book, Rationality: What It Is, Why It Seems Scarce, with Freddie Sayers.
October 22nd 13:00-14:00Rewatch the event
Join us in Manchester during the Conservative Party Conference (outside the zone, no need for a pass) for a special UnHerd Live debate in which we’ll be asking: are the Tories doomed?
October 4th 4pm-6pmRewatch the event
Musician Winston Marshall, artist Jess de Wahls and UnHerd columnist Sarah Ditum, will join host Freddie Sayers to discuss whether we are witnessing the start of a fightback in favour of true freedom of thought and expression in the creative world?
July 26th 7pm-9pm, Central London Pub (Clerkenwell) or LivestreamRewatch the event
Join Freddie Sayers in conversation with Maurice Glasman, Helen Thompson, Aris Roussinos and Mary Harrington to ask has lockdown changed us forever?
June 21st 7pm-9pm, Central London Pub (Clerkenwell)Rewatch the event
As we approach the five year anniversary of the UK’s momentous vote to leave the European Union, UnHerd’s Freddie Sayers is joined by Yanis Varoufakis and Douglas Murray to assess whether the EU has done enough to deserve to survive. This is a discussion you won’t want to miss.
Tuesday, 11 May 2021 - 18:00 (UK Time)Rewatch the event
Join Freddie Sayers and Bret Weinstein to mark one year since the Portland riots that left the city in disarray. To this day, riots are still taking place across the city, leaving businesses destroyed and buildings burnt down. ‘Anarchy’ may sound like an extreme word, but Portland fits the criteria.
Tuesday, 20 April 2021 - 19:00 (UK Time)Rewatch the event
Join us for the very first member’s discussion with David Fuller, Mary Harrington and Ben Sixsmith, chaired by Freddie Sayers in which we’ll be asking a simple question: is Jordan Peterson wise?Rewatch the event