Sunday 3 May, 12.30pm until 2.00pm, Apollo Piccadilly Circus, 19 Lower Regent Street, London, SW1Y 4LR
Apocalyptic scenarios dominate science fiction cinema today. Is our fearful attitude to the future different to the cold-war terrors of the fifties?
What fuels our sense of doom, and is it justified by reality?
Organised by the Sci-Fi London Festival, in association with the Battle of Ideas.
Venue: Apollo Piccadilly Circus, 19 Lower Regent Street, London, SW1Y 4LR
Tickets: £4, £3 concessions. Includes 10% off any screening ticket. Available on 020 7451 9944 (booking fee) or www.apollocinemas.co.uk
senior lecturer, University of Westminster
|Professor Steve Fuller|
Auguste Comte Chair in Social Epistemology, University of Warwick
director, civil liberties group, Manifesto Club; author, Officious: Rise of the Busybody State
journalist, writer & broadcaster; presenter, Futureproofing and other BBC Radio 4 programmes; author, Big Data: does size matter?