The Insight Club

Welcome to The Insight Club (Season 4)

A series of small audience Friday night talks by experts in their fields, tackling the big questions that face us today. Q&A under Chatham House Rules.

Insight Club

The Insight Club is open to all members of the public who hold a ticket for the event.

To purchase tickets for individual talks, or a membership, please click HERE or contact us (details below). 

  • £25 for a single ticket
  • £45 for a pair of tickets
  • £100 for a membership for all remaining five talks

Glass of wine/soft drink included with each ticket. 

Talks start at 8pm (please arrive at 7.45pm) and event finishes at 10pm.

Season 4 Talks

Friday May 24th - What's so good about high-speed railways? (Richard Thorp: Engineering Director, High Speed 1)

Friday June 28th - What is the role of oil companies in the energy transition? (David Fitzsimmons: Former Director of Strategy, BP)


Season 4 - Previous Talks

Friday January 26th - How do you disrupt the status quo? (Laura YoungsonSerial entrepreneur, 4x world record holder, founder IDA Sports)

Friday February 23rd  - Can there ever be a two-state solution? (Arthur Snell: Former High Commissioner, author, podcaster)

Friday March 22nd - Could Britain survive a surprise military attack? (Frank Ledwidge: Author, expert on international conflict)

Friday April 19th - How do we make town centres ready for the 21st century? (Chloe Salisbury: Director of Town Planning, ARUP, CBI 35 Under 35)


Where: Lib Dem Hub,  8a Chapel Place, Tunbridge Wells TN1 1YQ.

(If you have any questions, please email or call 01892 347 727)

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