Philip Lymbery, Compassion CEO

Philip Lymbery

Speaking Dates

Speaking Dates

Philip Lymbery will be speaking at the following events in 2017:

  • 27th June 2017Bloomsbury Institute, London, 1800hrs (Bloomsbury Publishing, 50 Bedford Square, London WC1B 3DP)
  • 11th July 2017 - Exclusive Books Hyde Park, Hyde Park Corner, Jan Smuts Ave & William Nicol Dr, Craighall, Johannesburg, 1800hrs for 1830hrs. RSVP: events@exclusivebooks.co.za
  • 13th July 2017 – Cape Town launch of Dead Zone: Where the wild things were. In discussion with Dr Joseph Okori, Regional Director, Southern Africa, IFAW. The Book Lounge, Cnr Buitenkant & Roeland Street, Cape Town. 1730hrs for 1800hrs. RSVP: booklounge@gmail.com
  • 5th August 2017 - Wilderness Festival, Bloomsbury tent, 1500-1800hrs, Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire
  • 18th August 2017 - Birdfair, 0930hrs Dead Zone: Where the wild things were, Author's Forum.  1600hrs Debate: Brexit & the Environment: they way forward, Events Marquee. Rutland Water Nature Reserve (Egleton, Oakham LE15 8BT) (details coming soon)
  • 26th/27th August 2017River Cottage Festival (details coming soon)
  • 1st-3rd September 2017 - 2017 AJC Decatur Book Festival, Decatur, Atlanta, USA
  • 4th-7th September 2017 - Dead Zone exhibition, European Parliament (3rd floor space), Brussels 
  • 5th September 2017 - Dead Zone seminar, European Parliament (Room PHS 1C51), Brussels, 1400-1700hrs 
  • 5th September 2017 - Dead Zone exhibition, European Parliament, Brussels - Opening Reception early evening
  • 25th September 2017 - Appledore Book Festival, Devon, 1800hrs
  • 5th-6th October 2017 – Compassion in World Farming International Conference – Extinction and Livestock, Queen Elizabeth II Centre, London, UK
  • 4th November 2017 - Catholic Concern for Animals AGM, St Joseph's Hall, Brompton Oratory, London (details coming soon)

Please check back for more upcoming speaking events soon.

 


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Compassion in World Farming campaigns to end factory farming. My new book, Dead Zone, explores the links between factory farming and the demise of our iconic wildlife, and what we can do to save it.

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