Tickets for TEDxExeter 2015 will be available from the Exeter Northcott Theatre box office – in person, by phone and online – from Monday 1 December 2014. The box office opens at 10am.
Tickets cost £50, with a limited number of concessionary tickets at £25 to benefits claimants, disabled, full-time students and under-18s.
Please be aware that TEDxExeter 2014 sold out in one week, and concessions almost immediately. Judging by the intense interest already, we expect tickets for TEDxExeter 2015 to sell very quickly again.
About the event
Our fourth TEDxExeter conference will take both the long view back into the past and the long view ahead into the future, and ask how they can reveal and help us to understand the challenges that face us now, and shape the way we live, make decisions, and innovate. TEDTalks video and live speakers will combine to spark deep discussion and connection.
Your tickets will give you access to a day of barn-storming talks and performances, a sustainably-sourced buffet lunch and refreshments during breaks. Registration on the day will start at 8.25am, and the event itself will start at 9.25am and end at 5pm.
Our speakers will include:
Celia McKeon, a peace-builder who has worked in post-Yugoslav states, Colombia and Northern Ireland; Chetan Bhatt, Professor and Director of the Centre for the Study of Human Rights at LSE, and writer on wars, human rights, and extreme religious violence; Clive Stafford Smith, a lawyer specialising in representing prisoners facing the death penalty; Dick Moore, campaigner on adolescent emotional wellbeing; Jenny Sealey, artistic director of inclusive theatre company Graeae and co-director of the opening ceremony of the Paralympic Games; Kieron Kirkland, magician, technologist, and social innovation geek; Matthew Owen, who works with indigenous communities keep their rainforest standing; Michelle Ryan, Professor at Exeter University and researcher into the phenomenon of the glass cliff; Peter Randall-Page, artist of international repute; Rachel McKendry, Professor at the London Centre of Nanotechnology, integrating nanotechnology, telecomms and big data to track and treat infectious diseases; Sara Hyde, leading thinker on women and criminal justice, and theatre writer and performer.