The Guardian's 'Behind the Headlines' is a live series of events that dissect and debate some of the most prominent news stories of the time, hearing from the people making and shaping the news itself.
Some of these events have been held at Conway Hall in London, one of the venues technically managed by PF Events:
What's all the fuss about feminism?
Chaired by founder of the Everyday Sexism Project, Laura Bates, the panel discussed the why, the what and the where now for feminism. Speakers included Beatrix Campbell, Jane Fae, Bonnie Greer, and Yas Necati.
Is Cameron more radical than Thatcher?
In their new book Cameron's Coup Polly Toynbee and David Walker argued that Cameron is turning out to be more radical than Thatcher. In conversation with columnist and broadcaster Steve Richards, they explained why they think the cuts are cover for an assault on the post-war social settlement and that the government is creating a harsher, meaner Britain.
The next Guardian Live event at Conway Hall is on Tuesday 28th April. At "Sketching the coalition" you can join the formidable Steve Bell and the Guardian's political sketch writer, John Crace, for their final verdict on the Tory-Lib Dem Coalition years.
The next Guardian live event at Conway Hall is on Tuesday 28th April. At "Sketching the coalition" join the formidable Steve Bell and the Guardian's political sketch writer, John Crace, for their final verdict on the Tory-Lib Dem Coalition years.
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In addition to the in-house equipment installed at Conway Hall by PF Events, PF supported The Guardian Live with additional equipment hire of microphones and set and provided technicians to operate equipment during the events.