The Ondaatje Theatre is a sought after venue for lectures, talks and debates.
Accommodating audiences of up to 750, the Ondaatje Theatre is the foremost London venue for presentations on a wide range of subjects.
Care has been taken to retain the traditional ambience of the theatre, at the same time as providing comfortable seating, wheelchair access, climate control and up to date audio visual facilities.
The Ondaatje Theatre and adjoining Map Room are frequently booked over a year in advance.
Please telephone +44 (0)20 7591 3090 to discuss availability and costs.
Kevin talks about the issue of slavery in the 21st century, focusing not only on human rights violations, but the link between slavery, environmental destruction and climate change.
22 May 2017
In the wake of last month’s critical UN conference in Paris, what are the prospects that the world will tackle climate change? Should we be hopeful – or despairing?
11 January 2016
Geographical research has never been more relevant to policy decisions, with geographers at the heart of debates about the future of places, environments and communities.
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