The final Running Dialogues event is on Monday evening. I’m shocked at how quickly these have come round but I think we’ve got a cracker to finish.
A particularly geographical theme, this event is on Running, Space and Place. The programme has now been finalised and full details available over at the Running Dialogues website.
The events are free and open to all so it would be great to see you there!
29 June 17:00 – 20:00
Roxy Bar & Screen, London, SE1 1LB
Our final event is just around the corner now and we are thrilled to be able to share the programme with you for Monday’s seminar. So allow yourself to be tempted, come along and have lots of discussions about running!
This seminar will have talks that discuss the many places and spaces of running – where it takes places, what impacts they have, and how they create running communities. Runners inhabit the world with a unique perspective and the talks will try to understand this.
The line up is now confirmed and is very exciting. The Running, Space and Place seminar will feature talks from the excellent Boff Whalley (author of Run Wild), Simon Freeman (founder of Like the Wind Magazine), Alan Latham (UCL), Russell Hitchings (UCL), Kai Syng Tan (Leeds College of Art), and Stephanie Merchant (University of Bath).
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