SYDNEY - Theodore Dalrymple: Is Society Broken? SOLD OUT
“If the history of the 20th Century proved anything, it proved that however bad things were, human ingenuity could usually find a way to make them worse.” – Theodore Dalrymple
A (now-retired) prison doctor and psychiatrist, Theodore Dalrymple challenges liberal mainstream views about the causes of crime and the reality of poverty. With a first-hand knowledge of the impact of the welfare state and a culture of dependence on British society, he does not pull his punches in diagnosing the problems at the heart of western culture. Join Theodore for a compelling discussion about poverty, crime and inequality.
The Centre for Independent Studies is excited to partner with the Sydney Opera House to host this special event as part of our 40th anniversary Lighthouse Lecture Series.
Monday, 18th April 2016 at 6PM
Sydney Opera House
Ticket pricing and booking
Tickets can be purchased directly via the Sydney Opera House website.
Standard Tickets $35 plus booking fees.
Buy two Multipack with Niall Ferguson* $31.80 plus booking fees.
Please refer to the Sydney Opera House event page for further pricing information and terms and conditions.
For all general booking enquiries please email the Sydney Opera House Contact Centre or call on (02) 9250 7777 for more information.
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* For Niall Ferguson’s event details please click here
In partnership with the Sydney Opera House.