This year, TEDx Soho will celebrate the people and organisations who dare to dream AND have the strength, skill and resolve to take action, beat a new path and make ‘better’ a reality.
Danny Robins will be hosting the event which runs from 10am until 5pm. Robins is the creator of the World #1 Drama Podcast, The Battersea Poltergeist, and his play 2:22, was recently nominated for Best New Play at the Olivier awards.
Joining the line-up for the day is:
Tom Odell – Singer, songwriter, musician, BRITs critics choice winner.
Ray Panthaki – BAFTA Breakthrough Brit and 2021 BIFA nominee
Michael Sheen – Actor and Cultural Philanthropist (via video)
Bee Adamic – Liberty PR CEO and Founder
Phill Clapp – CEO of the UK Cinema Association
Manori Ravindran – International Editor of Variety
David Ellis – Ex-Razorlight guitarist who will be performing exclusive new music at the event
Dr Camilla Pang – Author and computational scientist who will be talking about her life and research into Austic Spectrum Disorder.
Karl Loko – Former gang leader turned activist, poet, public speaker, adventurer and personal advisor to HRH Prince Harry
Prof Katy Shaw – Author of the Case for Culture the APPG Northern Culture inquiry report into post-covid cultural recovery and is researcher in residence on the Michael Sheen, Mirror, New Statesman and Joseph Rowntree project, A Writing Chance
Paulo De Tarso – Founder of Margot and celebrity restaurateur
Janet Wang – Author and journalist who will be discussing why Chinese wine is not readily found on the menu and how it will soon be having it’s renaissance.
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