Highlights

World-changing talks, debates, film screenings, podcasts, videos, and animations - all made available for free, for everyone.

All of our work including our free public events programme is supported by our 27,000 Fellows who inspire, support and enable new solutions to address the problems of the 21st Century. If you share or demonstrate a commitment to positive social change, find out how you can become a Fellow.


All the Best Stories Are True

All the Best Stories Are True

Monday 03 November, 18:30

On the eve of the announcement of the winner of the 2014 Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction, this year’s shortlisted authors gather at the RSA.

Find out more
Love, Death, Self and Soul

Love, Death, Self and Soul

Wednesday 19 November, 18:00

In the final event of the series, project director Dr Jonathan Rowson addresses the often unacknowledged spiritual roots of public life, and proposes a new framework for a ‘post-religious spirituality’.

Find out more
Disobedient Architecture

Disobedient Architecture

Tuesday 04 November, 18:00

Award-winning architect Sarah Wigglesworth argues for a model in which people have a greater control of the built environment around them, with architects as enablers, collaborators and advisors.

Find out more

RSA Animate

Re-Imagining Work

Dave Coplin imagines what might be possible if more organisations embraced the full, empowering potential of technology and encouraged a truly open, collaborative and flexible working culture.

More RSA Animates

RSA Shorts

The Power to Create

The 21st century presents us with huge challenges. How can we empower people to be active participants in creating a world we want to live in? Matthew Taylor, chief executive of the RSA, offers a vision for the future - a world where every individual has the freedom and opportunity to develop their unique capabilities to the full.

More RSA Shorts

Past events and podcasts

How Adam Smith Can Change Your Life

How Adam Smith Can Change Your Life

What is the good life and how can we achieve it? Economist Russ Roberts reveals how Adam Smith’s 250-year-old insights into human nature and happiness still apply to life today.

Latest video

Inequality and the 1% - RSA Spotlight

Danny Dorling

Danny Dorling is a professor of geography at the University of Oxford

 
More videos