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Tickets & Special Discounts

Festival Pass: 75 - Includes all events for all dates
1-Day Festival Pass: 25 - available for the 21st July 2017
1-Day Festival Pass: 45 - available for either the 22nd or the 23rd July 2017
2-Day Festival Pass: 70 - For both the 22nd and 23rd July 2017
 
Alternatively, single tickets cost 12.50 for each individual talk.
Purchase two tickets to one talk for 11 each, 3 or more for 10 each.
Early Bird price if bought before 20th June 2017 9.50 each
Buying your Tickets:
To purchase your tickets from the secure site please scroll down this page and click on the
‘BUY TICKETS’ link on the right hand side of the page - adjacent to the speaker(s) you wish to see.
 
To book by telephone please call the Box Office on: 0333 666 3366.
(This new box office number qualifies as inclusive call minute packages for mobiles and landlines)
 
Tickets are strictly limited so book early to avoid disappointment.
 
Please note:
A booking fee will be added by the ticket company ‘TicketSource’ when you buy online or via the ticket telephone line.
    50% of these fees have been paid by The Lewes Speakers Festival and so the fee will amount to no more than a maximum of 5% of the price of the ticket(s). This percentage decreases if you spend more than 25.
To keep the fee to a minimum please book online and print your tickets out at home. This is free of charge.
Alternatively, TicketSource add 1.50 to the booking fee for tickets to be sent to you by post.
Please see the bottom of this page for a full explanation.
 
Any queries, please email: marcrattrayuk@yahoo.co.uk
 

All Festival Pass: 21st - 23rd July 2017

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2 Day Festival Pass: 22nd and 23rd July

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1 Day Festival Pass:  Friday 21st July

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Friday 21st July
16.45 - 18.00
Jonty Driver
Some Schools

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Friday 21st July
18.30 - 19.45
Polly Toynbee and David Walker
Dismembered: How the attack on the state harms us all

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Friday 21st July
20.15 – 21.30
Lynn Knight
The Button Box: The Story of Women in the 20th Century Told Through the Clothes They Wore

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1 Day Festival Pass:  Saturday 22nd July

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Saturday  22nd July
10.00 - 11.15
Peter Clark
Damascus Diaries: Life Under the Assads

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Saturday 22nd July
11.45 – 13.00
Paul Beaver
Spitfire

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Saturday 22nd July
13.30 – 14.455
Tom Mangold
Splashed!: A Life from Print to Panorama

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Saturday 22nd July
15.15 - 16.305
Sir Alan Munro
The Lighter Side of Diplomacy

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Saturday 22nd July
17.00 - 18.15
Roy Hattersley
The Catholics: The Church & its People in Britain and Ireland, from the Reformation to the Present Day

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Saturday 22nd July
18.45 - 20.00
Coline Covington
Everyday Evils

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Saturday 22nd July
20.30 - 21.45a
Jenni Murray
A History of Britain in 21 Women: A Personal Selection

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1 Day Festival Pass:  Sunday 23rd July

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Sunday 23rd July
10.00 - 11.15
Caroline Paige
True Colours: My Life as the First Openly Transgender Officer in the British Armed Forces

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Sunday 23rd July
11.45 - 13.00
Harry Mount
Summer Madness How Brexit Split the Tories, Destroyed Labour and Divided the Country

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Sunday 23rd July
13.30 - 14.45
Iby Knill
The Woman With Nine Lives

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Sunday 23rd July
15.15 - 16.30
Peter Conradi
Who lost Russia?

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Sunday 23rd July
17.00 - 18.15
Terry Waite
Out of the Silence: Memories, Poems, Reflections

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Sunday 23rd July
18.45 - 20.00
Kate Adie
Kate Adie’s Desert Island Disks
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Sunday 23rd July
20.30 - 21.45
Jim Hoare
Opening the British Embassy in Pyongyang and understanding North Korea

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