All are welcome to talks, discussions, activities, and films, each of which explores religion and the human experience. Our contributors and collaborators represent various disciplines in the Humanities, as well as Medicine, Psychology, Biological Sciences, Cancer Research UK, the National Oceanography Centre, and more.
Please have a look at our programme, as there is surely something for everyone. Further, all events are open to the public, and most are free. Many are also family-friendly, particularly at our main festival event, the Being Human Fair on November 22nd.
The festival will commence on November 2nd at 6pm, with a talk by Prof Ros King on “Beyond religious divides: Shakespeare and religion.” Later in the evening (7:30pm), take a trip down to Solent University Cinema to watch the film “Macario,” with an introductory talk by Rodrigo Ortiz-Vazquez on the Day of the Dead as part of Mexico Week.
We look forward to seeing you!