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Dear reader,

Prospect is excited to be partnering once again with HowTheLightGetsIn as it prepares for its first ever appearance in the capital.

From 22nd to 23rd September, the spectacular grounds of Kenwood House on Hampstead Heath will play host to HowTheLightGetsIn, the world’s largest philosophy and music festival known for its annual appearance in the idyllic Welsh town of Hay-on-Wye. Promising over 100 events, 50 debates and talks, including Prospect's Managing Editor Sameer Rahim in Tariq Ali, and 30 music acts, the festival’s first London incarnationwhich explores the theme of Tribal Truths and New Wisdomslooks set to be as intellectually vibrant and action-packed as ever.

HowTheLightGetsIn has just announced its full programme of events, which includes a schedule of debates and talks as diverse as it is deep (topics range from the origin of the Universe to the perks of being single); a comedy line-up featuring the critically acclaimed Alex Kealy and Ahir Shah; and a slew of impressive music acts including eminent scholar-DJ Ewan Pearson and singer-songwriter Rae Morris.

Kenwood House on Hampstead Heath

The programme includes a host of interactive experiences which are sure to add zest to the weekend’s intellectual fare. HowTheLightGetsIn’s Open Platform events give festival goers the chance to debate the world’s leading scholars in a casual setting, whether this be over breakfast, lunch, or afternoon tea. Punters can savour a wine-tasting session with philosopher of taste Barry C Smith, and partake in an investigation of "Philosophy and the Senses" with Oxford professor Charles Spence and Michelin star chef Jozef Youssef.

As if all this wasn’t enough, Saturday evening’s Long Table Banquet is a recipe for cerebral and sensory delight. A sumptuous six-course meal in the stunning Waterfront venue on the lawns of Kenwood House, the exclusive banquet promises to mix philosophy and funjust like the festival itself.

Festival Tickets start at £48. Use the code Prospect20 on weekend tickets to get 20% off!

To access the programme of debates and book your place, please visit: https://howthelightgetsin.org/london.

Best wishes,
Prospect

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