TedX 2015

Losing Control

We’re very excited to be able to share with you the title of this years TEDxBrighton – ‘losing control’. We’ll be letting loose a riot of new ideas, setting unconventional theories free and breaking down the walls of everyday thinking.

The day will feature speakers from both sides of the line, from individuals and organisations working hard to establish control to those fighting for our freedom and others who’ve simply given everything up to blow in the wind.

Join us as we question the systems that steer us, from society, industry, government and economics to secret organisations, conspiracies and the unknown.

We’ll be presenting ideas around urgency, disruption and freedom and will ultimately be exploring the consequences of conformity versus letting it all go and heading for the hills.

So, whether you wave a flag for cultural and intellectual anarchy or crave the comfort and security of systems and order, join us at The Brighton Dome on Friday the 30th of October where TEDxBrighton 2015 will be losing control.

This year we will also be rolling out a bigger and better than ever Ideas Lab in the Dome’s Corn Exchange and we can’t wait to share more of what we have planned for this year’s TEDxBrighton over the coming months!

And if you haven’t yet read TEDxBrighton committee member Toby Moore’s post on the top 5 TEDxBrighton talks head on over now to catch up on some of the best TEDxBrighton talks of all time. Don’t forget to get tickets for our 2015 event to ensure that you don’t miss out on this years highlights

Tickets are available over on our Eventbrite page.

The 2015 Speakers

We’re very excited to be able to share with you the title of this years TEDxBrighton – ‘losing control’. We’ll be letting loose a riot of new ideas, setting unconventional theories free and breaking down the walls of everyday thinking.

The 2015 Speeches

We’re very excited to be able to share with you the title of this years TEDxBrighton – ‘losing control’. We’ll be letting loose a riot of new ideas, setting unconventional theories free and breaking down the walls of everyday thinking.