UWE Bristol students can claim free tickets at the three day Festival of the Future City, the largest public debate in the UK about the future of cities which takes in Bristol 18-20 October.
The festival brings together politicians, writers, artists, scientists, change-makers, academics, journalists, students, the public, economists, futurists, policy makers, roboticists, philosophers, filmmakers, think tanks, charities, social enterprises, city-builders and more. It will explore the key issues for the future of our cities: how we can solve growing inequality and segregation; build healthy cities and places; foster sustainable cities; and explore a future of devolved powers.
There are many events being held in Bristol. Some are free and some charge for tickets. As official partner, UWE Bristol is offering free tickets to charged-for events on a limited basis. To view the full programme of events and details of how to claim free tickets visit the intranet.
Dates: 18th – 20th October