October Weekend 2021 Saturday 02 October - Sunday 03 October | Tickets now on sale

Bernard-Henri Lévy

Bernard-Henri Lévy is a philosopher, filmmaker, activist, and the author of over thirty books, including The Virus in the Age of Madness and now The Will to See: Dispatches form a World of Misery and Hope. He is widely regarded as one of the West’s most important public intellectuals.

Bernard-Henri Lévy & Elif Shafak: Misery, Hope and the Humanitarian Crisis
In-hall tickets are priced at £18.50 At-home streaming tickets can be booked for £12.50 by following this link Two of the world’s most respected thinkers and speakers come together for the first time, live in London and streaming wherever you are. Bernard-Henri Lévy returns to Jewish Book Week ahead of the publication The Will to Se...
Online Streaming Pass – Sunday 3rd October
This pass gives you online access to six of our October events for half the price of the individual tickets. These events will be available to watch live or for seven days after the initial broadcast. Events included in the pass: Ethel Rosenberg: An American Tragedy featuring Anne Sebba and Clare Mulley Power Players: Ivor Crewe & Anthony Seldon Billy Wilder: ...
Confronting Terror: Bernard-Henri Lévy & Salman Rushdie
n 1989 Salman Rushdie was sentenced to death for blasphemy after publishing The Satanic Verses, a fictional and imaginative portrayal of Islam, which the Iranian government described as a ‘provocative American deed.’ He lived in hiding for nine years and saw his literary collaborators attacked or killed. Bernard-Henri Lévy spent a year investigating and writing Who Killed Daniel Pearl (2003) about the American journalist murdered by Islam...
The Virus in the Age of Madness – Online Event
With medical mysteries, rising death tolls, and conspiracy theories beamed minute by minute through the vast web universe, the coronavirus pandemic has irrevocably altered societies around the world. World-renowned philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy interrogates the many meanings and metaphors we have assigned to the pandemic—and what they tell us about ourselves. Lucid, incisive, and always original, Lévy takes a bird’s-eye view of the most consequential historical event of our time and p...