Free Tonight?

By Hazel Last edited 117 months ago
Free Tonight?

Image courtesy of Matt From London
Rather than listen to the tinny sound of your fellow commuters' iPods turned up too high, or the heartbreak of the girl sitting behind you on the bus getting dumped by phone, there's a better sort of listening you can do tonight. The Museum of London has a programme of conversations with Robert Elms, placing well-known Londoners with him to talk about their defining London moments.

Tonight is Peter Tatchell's turn, the fearless human rights campaigner and founder of gay rights group OutRage! plus the famous attempt to perform a citizen's arrest on Robert Mugabe when his motorcade rolled into town in 1999. As you can imagine, he's got many things to say about London, past, present and future. And Robert Elms... you know, he's not exactly boring himself.

The talk is free but book a place with the Museum before you turn up. The conversation starts at 7pm and you can send in a question for Peter Tatchell to be included in the talk, if you fancy it. Check the Museum of London In Conversation With... website, and see who else is lined up for the series.

Last Updated 25 February 2009