The Sequel: What Will Follow Our Troubled Civilisation? officially launches March 16th
- tickets on sale now!
Ok ok, so in the previous update I promised the launch would happen in February!
Coordinating diaries proved trickier than anticipated, but we now have Monday March 16th confirmed at the beautiful St. Ethelburga's in central London, with panelists Caroline Lucas MP, Kate Raworth and Rob Hopkins joining me and the film's director Peter Armstrong.
The trade-off for the venue’s comeliness is a tight capacity of 70 for the screening, speakers and drinks reception. You're the first to hear, so get your tickets now at the link below if you want to join us.
Alternatively, the event will be livestreamed by Extinction Rebellion, so you can watch either from home or at the communal viewing parties being organised in the US and UK. Details also at the link below.
The night will also launch both Sterling College’s new online Surviving the Future course based around the late David Fleming’s book, and the new online hyperlinked version of Lean Logic, with these and the film available for access online from launch day.
Watch the video above for a teaser, or for full details (and tickets) head to thesequel.net
Meanwhile, community screenings of The Sequel are already underway, including the above event in Ross-on-Wye and Sustainable Tiverton's AGM on March 19th.
I particularly enjoyed a Skype Q&A to one screening in California, and was also delighted that the brilliant Chris Smaje invited me to speak with him at last month's Oxford Real Farming Conference.
His forthcoming book A Small Farm Future develops many of the themes of Fleming's work.