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Why do good events always clash? - helen-louise
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Why do good events always clash?
Like seriously: Monday 14th November, the evening:

Talk with Sarah Waters (famous lesbianic author). Friends' House, Euston Road, NW1 2BJ. 6-7.30pm. Free, but booking required.

The PhD Comic Movie at UCL.
Logan Hall, Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way. 7-10pm. £7 to non-UCL students.

The Gower Street Lecture Series, Apps Leading the way in Science: Marcus Chown presents 10 Bonkers things about the Solar System.
Darwin Lecture Theatre, UCL, Darwin Building, Malet Place, WC1E 7JG. 7:00PM. Tickets £8 / £5 students

Any ideas how I'm supposed to choose which one to go to? I'm torn equally between the PhD Comic film and the Sarah Waters talk...

Also, is anyone interested in seeing Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson blethering in a Boris-like way? This Thursday at 7, at the Institute of Education. Free tickets available by emailing events@gowerst.waterstones.com with the subject 'Boris' or calling 020 7636 1577.

I like Boris. He is batshit insane. As long as you don't think that he actually does anything as Mayor of London...

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