Roger Scruton Memorial Lectures: Marwa Al-Sabouni on Beauty and Home, and in conversation with Ike Ijeh and Douglas Murray

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Marwa Al-Sabouni is a critically acclaimed architect and the author of ‘The Battle for Home: Memoir of a Syrian Architect’ (2016) and ‘Building for Hope: Towards and Architecture of Belonging’ (2021), both published by Thames & Hudson.

Ike Ijeh is a distinguished architect, architecture critic, and the author of 'Designing London'.
Douglas Murray is a bestselling author, journalist and associate editor of The Spectator. 

Sir Roger Scruton (1944-2020) was one of the most distinguished polymaths of modern times. His work ranged over philosophy, music and aesthetics to politics, religion and law. This inaugural series of free public lectures will honour his legacy by inviting eminent public intellectuals to speak on four topics within an overarching theme. The theme for 2021 is: ‘Nation and Civilisation’.

Doors open at 16:30.

Timings: 17:00 - 18:30


Tickets to the lecture are free of charge, but must be booked to ensure a seat.