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Curious Arts Festival: The History of Sex
Aug
23
to Aug 26

Curious Arts Festival: The History of Sex

Curious Arts, the literary festival will be returning this year and they have some incredible speakers lined up including Misha Glenny, Kirsty Laing and THE TROUBLE CLUB!

Yes, they’ve given us a stage on the 24th of August where a trio of sexperts will discuss the History of Sex. One of London's most celebrated literary lesbians, Stephanie Theobold will join Rowan Pelling, former Erotic Review proprietor and Daily Telegraph columnist and author, Dr. Fern Riddell. A historian who specialises in sex, suffrage and culture in the Victorian and Edwardian eras. Beware this event is not for prudes.

If you’d like to purchase a ticket for the event, head to: https://curiousartsfestival.com/ Our members will get a 25% discount. Send us an email at members@thetroubleclub.com to receive the code.

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Members Dinner with Kate Adie- SOLD OUT!
Sep
9
7:00 PM19:00

Members Dinner with Kate Adie- SOLD OUT!

War reporter and ex BBC Chief News Correspondent Kate Adie will be joining us for an intimate dinner to talk about her incredible life in journalism. After getting her big break reporting on the 1980 Iranian Embassy Siege, Kate has been at the centre of numerous international conflicts including The Gulf War, the Rwandan Genocide and the 2000 war in Sierra Leone.

Having written countless books about her experiences including her autobiography The Kindness of Strangers and Corsets to Camouflage: Women and War, Kate will be joining us to discuss the news, the media and to share her countless experiences as a reporter in the field.

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Members: £10

Food and drink on top is at your discretion.

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Members Event: Cindy Sherman at the National Portrait Gallery
Jul
8
4:00 PM16:00

Members Event: Cindy Sherman at the National Portrait Gallery

This summer the National Portrait Gallery is featuring leading contemporary artist Cindy Sherman and we’ve managed to score some free tickets for our members. The exhibition includes the groundbreaking series, Untitled Film Stills, 1977-80 as well as 150 of Cindy’s pieces from the 70’s to the present day. Members can join us free of charge.

Start Time: 4pm

Price: (Members only)

Members: Free. No guest tickets available.

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CogX: AI festival
Jun
10
to Jun 12

CogX: AI festival

CogX is an incredible artificial intelligence festival coming to London this June. Their purpose is to explore whether or not the world’s most urgent problems can be solved using the latest and most innovative tech. There is a brilliant line-up of speakers and you don’t need to be in tech to appreciate it . You can read more about it here: CogX

The free tickets worth over £1000 that were on offer to current members have already sold out. However, you can email us at members@thetroubleclub.com and we’ll add you to the waitlist.

We also have a number of Expo & Networking Passes worth £159. We’re offering them for free to anyone who wants to join as a member. Want to come? Grab one of our members tickets below and sign up to become a member here: https://www.thetroubleclub.com/about-membership

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CogX: AI festival (Member's Tickets) SOLD OUT
Jun
10
to Jun 12

CogX: AI festival (Member's Tickets) SOLD OUT

CogX is an incredible artificial intelligence festival coming to London this June. Their purpose is to explore whether or not the world’s most urgent problems can be solved using the latest and most innovative tech. There is a brilliant line-up of speakers and you don’t need to be in tech to appreciate it . You can read more about it here: CogX

Tickets are usually £1297 (!) but Trouble has secured several dozen tickets for our full members for a mere £0. Yes free. Want to come. Of course you do.

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Members event: Does My Bomb Look Big In This? SOLD OUT
May
24
7:15 PM19:15

Members event: Does My Bomb Look Big In This? SOLD OUT

Theatre outing gang? We’ve picked this: Nyla Levy’s honest and hilarious play Does My Bomb Look Big In This? It will be showing at the Soho Theatre, always a hotbed of talent, from the end of May and we’ve got a bunch of tickets for Friday 24th.

The play follows the journey of two young Muslim girls who both live in London but have a very different relationship with the city they’ve grown up in. It’s a story that goes beyond the dramatic headlines to discover the world beneath and asks the question: are we heading towards multicultural harmony or moving away from it?

As well as discounted tickets we have also bagged a booth in the bar to ensure we have enough seats and booze to discuss what we’ve seen.

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Members, plus a friend: £15 each.

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