Festival of Reason and Freethought

When: Saturday 11th August, 2 – 6pm.
Where: Red Lion Square Gardens, 14 Red Lion Square, London, WC1R 4QF (map)
Gardens are opposite Conway Hall; nearest tube station is Holborn.

Tickets: £10 each from eventbrite

This event is a celebration of Reason and Freethought. The aim is for people of the ex-believing, non-believing and freethinking world to get together and celebrate Atheism, Humanism, free-thought, reason, scepticism and Enlightenment values. A time to contemplate being an ex-believer or a non-believer in a world that is still predominantly superstitious.

Food & Drinks: There is a café at the park but please feel free to bring your own refreshments.

Clive Aruede – an African Ex-Christian and Founder of London Black Atheists
Andrew Copson – Chief Executive, Humanists UK
A C Grayling – Professor of Philosophy
Imtiaz Shams – of Faith to Faithless
Jimmy Bangash – LGBT Ex-Muslim of The CEMB: Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain
Sadia Hameed – Spokesperson for The CEMB: Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain
Stells Dessoy – an Ex-Catholic and a Humanist
Terri O’Sullivan – an Ex-Jehovah’s Witness
Ste Richardsson – an LGBT Ex-Jehovah’s Witness
Imad Iddine Habib – a Black African Ex-Muslim
Mwahamadu – a Black Caribbean Ex-Muslim, leading the masked members of London Black Atheists, (masked due to fear of being ‘outed’ as atheists).

Tavian Oladapo – an African Ex-Christian
Ste Richardsson – an LGBT Ex-Jehovah’s Witness

You can download a flyer of the event here.