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TEDxExeter 2017: HOPE

Our 2017 conference will take place on 21 April 2017 at Exeter Northcott Theatre and the Alumni Auditorium. 

Find out more about the event here. Click to see this year’s confirmed speakers and performers.

Tickets for TEDxExeter 2017 sold out in 16 minutes. However, if you didn’t manage to get a ticket this year, don’t despair. You can still enjoy the TEDx experience by hosting a private viewing party. The event is streamed live, so you can watch it at home or work and invite friends, family, colleagues or organise a community showing. It’s easy to do, and free to watch. Click here to register your interest and we will send you a livestream organisers’ pack so you can join the buzz.


Most watched TEDxExeter talks All talks

TEDxExeter talks have been 10 million times. Out of 400 TEDx talks picked since TED started, 8 of them are from Exeter. Here are our talks on TED.com to date.


Recent news and blog posts All news »

Posts from our Comms team and Storyteller providing information about upcoming events, news from past speakers and performers, reflections on the TEDxExeter themes, videos, photos, biographies, and stories about how TEDxExeter has made an impact. And there is lots more from our Social Media guru on the @TEDxExeter Twitter feed.

To celebrate the Dalai Lama's 80th birthday recently, he and his close friend Archbishop Desmond Tutu got together for a week to talk about something ... More »
Last year, I wrote a review of Rebecca Solnit’s vision of "Hope in the Dark" for Issue #1 of The Porch magazine. Now it is on Issue #3, The Porch ha... More »
Abbie McGregor is an inspiration for students at Exeter College. In 2016 she won the Exeter College TEDxExeter competition to give a talk at TEDxExete... More »
We should be fascinated by numbers says Alan Smith in his challenging and amusing TEDxExeter talk. And TED must agree as it has selected his as one of... More »

TEDxExeter 2016: Dreams to Reality All talks »

In our fifth TEDxExeter conference, we wanted to encapsulate the idea of movement… that grappling with humanity’s toughest questions requires first a vision, a dream, and then action. TED Talks video and live speakers informed, challenged, entertained and encouraged the audience to connect with each other and turn inspiration to action. Click on a photo to view the video, and find out more about the speaker or performer.


Previous TEDxExeter events All events »

The first TEDxExeter event was in 2012. Click on a photo to view the programme and talks from each event since then.

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