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RSA Watch: Heritage, Identity and Place

Fellowship Event


Nonsuch Theatre, Nottingham

  • Heritage
  • Fellowship

Join Rich Pickford as he hosts the second event of our RSA Watch series. We bring over a hundred leading thinkers to the RSA every year and we want to share these with you! RSA Watch will develop the idea of social watching, where you can meet and watch RSA talks together with other Fellows and discuss the ideas and concepts raised.

At this event you’ll hear from a panel of experts who will discuss the role of heritage in shaping our places and identity. Following this you’ll have the opportunity to hear from two Fellows already putting this into action in Nottingham and Grantham before Rich hosts a discussion about the issues raised.

Please register in advance to attend this event: follow the "Book Now" link above. Tickets are free and refreshments will be provided.

We look forward to seeing you for an evening of inspirational thinking and discussion in Nottingham.

Location: Nonsuch Theatre, 32a Clarendon Street, Nottingham, NG1 5JD

If you have any questions, please contact Rich Pickford: 

We have three RSA Watch sessions planned this year but would like to host more. Is there a topic and talk you care about? Please contact Rich to propose one.

Check out the full catalogue of talks online here.

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