Join us for an UnHerd Live event on 26th July, where we’ll be discussing the state of free speech in the arts, with people who have experienced it first hand:

Winston Marshall, who recently left his band Mumford and Sons after his tweet about a controversial author was greeted with social media outrage; artist Jess de Wahls whose embroidery artwork was temporarily removed from the Royal Academy shop because of a social media campaign against her views on the trans issue; 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?

Location and livestream details will be emailed to ticket holders in the days before the event.

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£10

tea and coffee will be served

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Free

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