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Piers Taylor, architect and BBC presenter to speak at event

Mea Fabula Films have announced the first of three monthly new ‘PIE talks’ starting in September, to raise money for The Forever Friends Appeal.

These talks, where PIE stands for Passionate, Intelligent and Engaging, are designed to bring people together to talk about their passions and how their life has shaped them.

The purpose of the events is to meet and learn about the people in our community, to encourage connections and to have conversations that might stimulate our thinking in new and interesting ways.

Each event has two expert local speakers, talking about what excites them and the story behind their passion.

There is a Q&A plus a live band afterwards, which gives the audience a chance to interact directly with the speakers and carry on the discussions.

The evening is a great opportunity to meet people and engage in inspiring conversations.

The speakers for the first event are Piers Taylor, architect and presenter of BBC’s “The House that £100k Built”, and Penny Hay, Director Of Research at 5x5x5=creativity and behind May’s “Forest Of Imagination” in Bath’s Queen Square.

Taylor’s talk is called “Challenging Orthodoxy” and Hay’s “Permission To Follow Your Passions”.

The band is Silver Phoenix, a five piece that plays music from the 60s and 70s with a few modern ones thrown in for good measure.

Ticket prices are £8 for an adult, £2 for a child and the money raised is donated to the Forever Friends Appeal at the RUH.

Tickets are available on Eventbrite here: https://pietalks.eventbrite.co.uk.

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