For the Curiously Minded

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09 Jun

Following the success of last year’s Hammersmith and Fulham Arts Festival Finale, hosts Anjan Saha and Nina Joshi Ramsey return with a rare opportunity to be up close and personal with a stellar array of guests across disciplines.

Listen in as they explore mind-altering blindspots around accessibility to the Arts, as faced by the Artists. Share your thoughts, ask questions, and have some ‘Aha’ moments.

The evening will be interspersed with live music, showcase performances and comedy, for a winning Festival Finale! Expect, at times, irreverent, humorous and philosophical searches for deeper and maybe brutal truths, and possibly even solutions to unseen challenges.

This event continues a series of hothouse thinking towards better community cohesion. Join us at the Bush Theatre Garden before and after the event, engage with the activities and discussion topics and meet people from across the HF Arts Festival.

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09 June 6:30pmFrom £10

  • Senior Citizen: From £6.50
  • Adult: From £10
  • Unemployed (ID Required): From £6.50
  • Child: From £6.50
  • Bush Connect (Student/Under 26): From £6.50
  • Wheelchair: From £6.50

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