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Prof Paul Collier

Opening up ‘Illiberal’ Regimes
6:30-8pm Old Theatre, Old Building 19 May, 2009
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Alistair Beaton on Satire

Alistair Beaton Date: 27 Feb, 2009

The scriptwriter on political satire for King of Hearts and Feelgood joins cartoonist Rowson at the LSE Literary festival on Friday the 27th of February.

The LSE Literary Festival is the university's first and is part of a celebration of the completion of the New Academic Building (NAB). It will explore the interaction between the arts and social sciences, inspired by the legacy of one of the School's founders and great playwright George Bernard Shaw.

The event will be held in the Wolfson Theatre between 3-4 pm on Friday the 27th of February. For more information and to book tickets contact LSE Events.

To learn more about the LSE Literary Festival click here.