Saturday, April 05, 2008

Evening with James Randi and Friends - Science, Pseudoscience, Scepticism & the Paranormal

An Evening with James Randi and Friends

.. share an evening with James Randi and his associates in an evening of discussion about science, pseudoscience, scepticism and the paranormal.

Scheduled speakers:
Prof. Richard Wiseman; Psychologist, University of Hertfordshire.
Prof. Chris French; Psychologist, APRU, Goldsmiths, University of London.
Dr Simon Singh; author, journalist and TV producer.
Dr Ben Goldacre; award winning writer, broadcaster, and medical doctor.
Dr Susan Blackmore; freelance writer, lecturer and broadcaster.
James Randi; sceptic and magician.

Tickets cost £11 (standard), £5.50 (concessions: students & OAPs).
The booking fee is included in the price.

Time: Doors open at 6pm, close at 6:30pm.
Date: Saturday 19th April 2008.
Venue: Conway Hall, London WC1.

Proceeds go to The James Randi Educational Foundation which is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1996. Its aim is to promote critical thinking by reaching out to the public and media with reliable information about paranormal and supernatural ideas so widespread in our society today.

Contact the organisers:
The event organisers can be contacted at pub{ @ }

Book tickets for the event:

Telephone bookings are accepted between 10am and 5pm only, Monday to
Friday. There is no answerphone service. To book tickets by telephone,
call 020 7404 3126. Telephone bookings need to be paid for (in cash) on
the door. A maximum of four tickets can be booked by telephone.

Tickets can be booked online through the links following links:

Standard rate tickets are available here:

Concessionary tickets are available here:

Please bring evidence of status for concessionary tickets (student ID
card, etc) on the night. Tickets are allocated on a strict first come,
first served basis. If you book a ticket and cannot attend, please let
us know.

If you can publicise this event in your organisation or workplace, this
flyer is provided for your use: click to open or download:

The James Randi Educational Foundation (JREF):
The Skeptic Magazine (UK):
Skeptics in the Pub:
The Anomalistic Psychology Research Unit, Goldsmiths, University of

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