Debate | Commemorating London | New members only
event Tuesday, 26 February 2019
access_time 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
location_on Sir Christopher Hatton pub, 4 Leather Lane, EC1N 7RA
Join us to discuss the London sculptures that should never have been erected - and the commemorations that are long overdue. New members can claim free tickets for the evening, and buy guest tickets for just £5.
The London Society and London Historians have been running a poll to find the public artwork that is the capital's least popular, and the 'winner' will be announced this evening.
London has many wonderful public statues and sculptures, but many that are ill-advised, bland, out of place, trite or just plain bad. Tonight you will find out whether others share your opinion.
We'll also be having some positivity throughout the evening, with a range of speakers making a case for the people, things or events that are not currently memorialised and which should be - including an engineer, one of the first women MPs and a comedian.
Last year's pub debate was a fun night for all, and we look forward to you coming along and taking part this evening.