Genre: Event with live subtitles
Break down what’s behind contemporary Britain's culture, attitudes and roots at this discussion between Jeffrey Boakye and Nels Abbey.
Ever wondered if there was any connection between the Blair years and the rise of grime music? Or what exactly your HR department’s position on ‘bants’ is? Or what it means if, even though you hate hearing about other people’s gap years, all you want is the chance to ‘eat, pray, love’ yourself?
Join renowned writers and cultural commentators Jeffrey Boakye and Nels Abbey as they dissect, satirise and share their thoughts on contemporary British culture, attitudes and roots.
Jeffrey Boakye is a writer and teacher originally from Brixton in south London, who now lives in Yorkshire with his wife and two sons.
Nels Abbey is a British-Nigerian writer and media executive based in London. Think Like a White Man is his first book.
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