STUDENT & ADULTS TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE
This is your chance to attend a whole day of TEDx talks here in Bath and join in our inspirational programme, including the chance to meet some truly amazing people – not least your fellow attendees!
Full day tickets are on sale to the general public at only £22 (£8.80 for NUS members).
900 free places have been allocated to local school’s sixth forms. To find out whether your school/college is attending, or for any inquiries relating to free tickets for 16-18 year olds, please contact us.
This year’s event will be held at Bath Forum, a huge, beautiful building that was originally an art deco cinema. The event will run from 9.30am – 4.30pm on November 17th 2016.
TEDxYouth@Bath is 9.30 – 16.30
Schools are asked to arrive at 9 a.m
Each session will start promptly and late arrivals will only be allowed in at suitable breaks.
The programme order will be announced on Monday 14th November.
|9:30 – 11
||Session 1: Throwing the doors wide open
|Break (15 mins)
|11.15 – 12.30
||Session 2: Activists, adventurers and artists
|12.30 – 13.30
Year 12-13 Students are requested to stay in the building. Lunch is provided.
A host of activities are available including the Dyson Foundation bringing creative engineering challenges.
The speakers will be around to talk to as well as our sponsors.
|13.30 – 15.00
||Session 3: Exploring more deeply
|Break (15 mins)
| 15.15 – 4.30
||Session 4: Bringing it home
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The Bath Forum, 1A Forum Buildings, Bath, Avon BA1 1UG
Bath has a vast trove of beautiful architecture, but there’s always a new old treasure to discover – The Forum isn’t part of the city’s heritage trail, but remains an incredible building. The former Art Deco cinema is administrated by Bath City Church.
Having opened its doors to the public as a cinema in 1934, this remarkable venue celebrated its 80th birthday in May 2014. The cinema remained in operation until 1969; the site was also a bingo hall and a dance school, but had fallen into disrepair before Bath City Church took the building over in 1989. The biggest venue in Bath, and third largest in the South West.
Today, The Forum represents a true reflection of typical Art Deco-era splendour including lacquered wood fixtures and fittings and gold-leafed flourishes all subtly vying for your attention. In the elegant auditorium, the iconic green cinema seats offer a spacious, luxurious audience experience.