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Skeptics in the Pub (SitP) exists to provide an opportunity for people who are interested in science, skepticism, rationalism, critical thinking to socialise and discuss matters of interest. Each month we invite someone to come and speak to us, and if there's someone you'd like to hear, let us know!

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See also:

Birmingham Skeptics Own Web Page

SitP Birmingham page on Facebook

Birmingham Skeptics Podcast

 Other sites of note for the questioning Midlander

 Cafe Scientifique

Calendar of events at the WMAM site

Birmingham Salon

Lichfield Humanists

Birmingham Humanists

 

 

 

When?
Wednesday, December 12 2018 at 7:30PM

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Where?

37 Bennetts Hill, Birmingham B2 5SN

Who?

What's the talk about?

Hi All,

Fancy a pint and some skeptical conversation? Want to tell us what you've liked and disliked at skeptics over the past year? Do you have a secret gem of a speaker you'd like to speak next year? Please come and tell us.

We also be giving away a copy of Stephen Hawking's "Brief Answers to Big Questions".

We are meeting upstairs in The Wellington at 1930 on the 12th of December for a few drinks and skeptical chat.  We'd love to see you there. 

We're already planing next years line up, have a great holiday season, hope to see you there!

Birmingham Skeptics

Marlon Solomon

When?
Wednesday, January 9 2019 at 7:30PM

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Where?

48 John Bright Street
Birmingham
B1 1BN

Who?
Marlon Solomon

What's the talk about?

 Details TBC

Robin Ince

When?
Wednesday, September 11 2019 at 7:30PM

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Where?

48 John Bright Street
Birmingham
B1 1BN

Who?
Robin Ince

What's the talk about?

**This is a provisional date**

Why do we make the choices we do in life? Where does anxiety come from? Where does imagination come from? Why are we like we are? Do our parents f*&k us up? Informed by personal insights from his own life as well as interviews with a bevy of A-list comedians, neuroscientists, psychologists and doctors - this is a hilarious and often moving primer to the mind.

As a connoisseur of comedy, Robin Ince has spent decades mining our eccentricities to create gags - and watching other strange individuals do the same. And for years on The Infinite Monkey Cage he has sought - sometimes in vain - to understand the world around us. In this book, he unites these pursuits to examine the human condition through the prism of humour.

Copies of Robin's book will be available to purchase at the event.

This is a free event, but a donation of £3 is suggested to help is pay for our speakers expenses.

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