Professor A C Grayling CBE, will be giving a lecture in Canterbury, ‘Brexit: The Next Steps in the Fight Against It’
Tuesday 26 September 2017 17:30 – 19:30 BST
Pre-lecture reception 17:30 – 18:30 BST
Lecture and Q&A 18:30 – 19:30 BST
Canterbury Christ Church University
Michael Berry Lecture Theatre Og46
Old Sessions House
Canterbury Christ Church University campus map showing Old Sessions House, situated off the A257, with visitor parking. NB: Sessions Café closes at 15:00
With two universities and a college, Canterbury has a sizeable population of younger people and a big selection of food outlets and pubs, both independent and branches of chains.
If you’re coming from outside the local area, Canterbury is one of the best places for shopping in Kent, so arriving early might be useful.
There are park and rides either side of the city, buses from which will drop you right in the centre, at the bus station, as will the daily National Express coach services
Fastest train service from London St Pancras International to Canterbury West (closest to centre) is 51 minutes by Hitachi Javelin on HS1. National Rail
Free, with a maximum of 10 tickets per order book on
Arts and Culture Booking – Canterbury Christ Church University