About this Event
Against a backdrop of war in Europe and increased concerns for Taiwan’s sovereignty, experts discuss the impacts of global politics on energy supplies, food security and the pound in our pockets.
Our panel is chaired is journalist and broadcaster Anu Anand. She is joined by author, foreign-affairs commentator and Executive Director at Chatham House, John Kampfner, whose most recent book is Why the Germans Do it Better. George Magnus, economist and author of Red Flags, returns to the festival to offer his expert opinion on China. Political economist Clara Mattei’s new book is The Capital Order: How Economists Invented Austerity, and she joins us to cast a historical eye on today’s news. Adnan Vatansever, Acting Director of the King’s Russia Institute and author of Oil in Putin’s Russia, offers a wealth of industry knowledge and experience on energy markets.
Together they discuss what is happening around the world today.
Sponsored by the Economics Observatory.
This event is part of our new ticket pricing structure where we ask people to pay what they feel they can afford in accordance with their means. Read about more about it . Read on for the ticket prices for this event.
One free carer ticket can be booked at the same time for a paying disabled visitor. If you need to book more than one, please before booking to arrange.
Pay It Forward £10
The Pay It Forward option enables you to book a ticket above the standard price, and will help to subsidise a ticket for someone who requires the Pay What You Can option. This option is aimed at people who are able to meet their basic needs and would like to help somebody else with the cost of their ticket.
- Is this for me? – I have access to a regular and stable income and I have the means and desire to contribute towards making the event affordable for others and supporting Bristol Ideas.
This recommended price is based on what we’d traditionally charge for a similar event. It helps us make sure that basic costs are covered. This price is aimed at people who are able to meet their basic needs and have enough to live on.
- Is this for me? – I have access to a regular and disposable income, and I can comfortably afford the recommended ticket price.
This option is lower than the standard price. It is subsidised by Bristol Ideas and fellow audience members who have booked at the Pay It Forward rate. This price is aimed at people who could do with support to get by.
- Is this for me? – My access to income is low and unstable and I worry about meeting my basic needs. I would select a concession rate due to my personal circumstances.
- Watershed’s main entrance and Box Office are both on the ground floor which is accessible via a ramped, electronically assisted entrance door.
- There are two Blue Badge parking spaces to the rear of Watershed on Canons Road.
- Guide dogs and hearing dogs are very welcome.
- The first floor of Watershed is accessible via lift from the main entrance and includes level access to all areas, including the cinemas and event spaces.
- The cinemas and event spaces have induction loops.
- There is an accessible toilet (with baby changing facilities) near Cinema 1. Follow the signs for the Cinemas and the accessible toilet is just on your left through the double doors before Cinema 1.
- There are gender neutral toilets in the cinema corridor on the first floor.
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Please note we only refund tickets if the event is cancelled. Events start punctually and, out of consideration to other audience members and speakers, our policy is not to admit or issue refunds to latecomers. Full Terms and Conditions .
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Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Watershed, 1 Canon's Road, Bristol, United Kingdom
GBP 0.00 to GBP 10.00