Reviews

2016

A fascinating discussion that could go on well beyond its hour long time limit

(“If I Googled You…”, Broadway Baby)

 

2015

The Cabaret of Dangerous Ideas offers an interesting format for public engagement and discussion with front line science

(The Sick of the Fringe)

 

“The Great British Brain Off” –  4 stars, Edinburgh Spotlight

“Alas, Poor Darwin…?” –  4 stars, Broadway Baby

2014

[T]here are no talks here which don’t promise to be hugely educational and thought-provoking

 (The List)

 

“Keep the Kids Out!” –  4 stars, Broadway Baby

“Speech Sucks!” – 4 stars, Broadway Baby

“Antidepressants Are Not Overprescribed” – 3 stars, Broadway Baby

“I Know What You Ate Last Summer” – 4 stars, Broadway Baby

“The Internet Is A Human Right” – 3 stars, Broadway Baby

“Should Capitalism Be Criminal” – 3 stars, Broadway Baby

2013

This edition of the Spiegeltent’s unassuming afternoon discussion series more than lived up to its grand promise: to navigate ideas that felt truly ‘dangerous’.

(4 stars, Broadway Baby)

 
Thoughtful, learned perspectives on questions ranging from mortality to the financial crisis to the fashion industry.