1 Nov - The Loss of Home: Lessons from Syria on how a sense of place is destroyed. A Policy Exchange Talk

Syrian architect Marwa Al-Sabouni will be in conversation with Roger Scruton in the first of a three part series in Building Beautiful Month with Policy Exchange. 

Full details and tickets availble from Policy Exchange.

2 Nov - In Conversation with Jordan Peterson

A private event which will be available online following the conversation. 

14 Nov - The Inaugural Colin Amery Memorial lecture

6pm at Policy Exchange, Great George Street.

Full details and ticket information from Policy Exchange  

17-19 Nov - Sens Commun, Paris

Event details and tickets available from HERE

22 Nov - Ethical Challenges Lecture - University of Southampton

Event details from the university can be found HERE

29 Nov - Trinity Forum lecture, Oxford.

24 May - ACRE Blue Green Summit II, Brussels

Keynote speaker - full details available here

21-24 June - Alpine Fellowship Meeting, Venice

21 July - Radical Mischief Conference, Stratford-upon-Avon

Full event details can be found here.

1-4 Aug - Summer School Alumni Meeting, Cirencester

23 Aug - An Evening with Roger Scruton

An Evening with Sir Roger Scruton: On "Music as an Art"
Thursday 23rd August 18:30 - 20:30 at London - Gower Street

Full details and tickets available from HERE 

Scrutopia Summer School 2018

26th August - 3rd September, RAU, Cirencester ***Course now full***Please join our waiting list***

20 Sept - Prayer Book Society Conference, Cirencester

Further details available from CHURCH_NEWS

4-12 Oct - America

4 - 6 Oct - Amenia

7-8 Oct - New York 

9 Oct - Baltimore

10 - 12 Oct - Washington, DC

Please note that these are mostly private events, however

The American Conservative is hosting a lunchtime panel discussion on Wed 10 Oct, please follow the link to register your attendance.

The Heritage Foundation is livestreaming an interview with Roger on Thurs 11 Oct, click here for more. 

17-19 October - Germany

More details to follow

8-10 April - Charity & the Common Good Symposium

Hosted by the Institue of Catholic Studies in Normandy. Full event details can be found HERE.

12 April - Where We Are with David Oldroyd- Bolt

At The Savile Club, tickets can be purchased HERE.

16-17 April - Kathy Wilkes Memorial Conference.

To register for this event, please visit St.Hilda's College.

21-25 April - America

Including The Hoover Institute and Zaytuna College

10 May - Road to Character lecture on Loyalty

Date: Thursday 10 May
Time: 6pm for a 6.30pm start
Location: Legatum Institute

Register your interest to attend.

17 Jan - KCL Talk

16 Feb - CUSP event

For full details and registration please visit : CUSP 

21 Feb - Intelligence Squared conference

'The Left has right on its side'. Full event details can be found HERE.

22 Feb - UCL event

Free speech & why it matters. 

8/9 Mar - Ghent University

15 Mar - Prosperity UK, Green Brexit conference

An invitation only event at Westminster - further details available here.

22 Mar - Philosophy Cafe, Oxford

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2019 Events

Wed 31st Jul - Fri 9th Aug - 2019 Scrutopia Summer School

Thur 29th Aug - Sun 1st Sept - Scrutopia Alumni Meeting 

Fri 26 - Sat 27th April - CRASSH conference, Cambridge

Sat 15th June - Philosophy Day

Thurs 19th Sept - ISI Gala for Western Civilization, Philadelphia

Tues 14th May - National Planning Summit, London