What are we for? We’re building a new newsroom, one that’s open to our members and up for new ideas. We’re trying to use that newsroom to focus our journalism on the most important factors driving change in the world: climate change, ageing populations, finance, technology and identity. It’s early days for Tortoise. We want to hear from you what we should be investigating and where you’d like to see us campaigning. We’re going to use this time to set out our agenda – and learn from you what else should be on it.
The ThinkIn will be hosted by Polly Curtis, Matthew d’Ancona, Liz Moseley, David Taylor.
Arrive from 1.00pm, starts promptly at 1.30pm.
Ticketing and how to book for members
Tortoise members are invited to attend a maximum of three ThinkIns each across the course of the two days.
Your Festival of ThinkIns tickets are a thank you from us to you. They’re in addition to the tickets that are included in your membership – so they won’t affect your normal ThinkIn ticket allocation.
You can bring a friend to each of the three ThinkIns if you’d like to. If so, book two tickets – one for you and one for your guest.
Tickets will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
This is a members-only event. We’ll need you to use the email address you used for your Tortoise member login when you book.
Capacity in our newsroom is limited – so do book as soon as you can, because we expect some ThinkIns will fill up quickly.
When you book the ThinkIn on Eventbrite, you’ll receive an email confirmation. Bring this with you when you come.
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Booking: You won’t need your usual member booking code but if you get stuck, write to us at email@example.com.
Security: Please bring your Eventbrite confirmation email(s) and photo ID with you on the day. Unlike normal ThinkIns, we’ll have security and bag checks on the door for the Festival of ThinkIns.
When to arrive: Each ThinkIn has an arrival time and a start time. If you get here sometime in between those two, you’ll have plenty of time to check in, get a drink and mingle before the ThinkIn starts.
Venue capacity and catering: If you’re doing several ThinkIns across the day, you’re welcome to hang around for food and drinks between ThinkIns. Please bear in mind though, our home isn’t big enough for hundreds of people so if it all gets a little cosy, the plan is to decamp to one of the many coffee shops or pubs close by…
Filming: we’ll be filming the Festival of ThinkIns as usual so we can watch the discussions back and share the best bits with people who aren’t able to make it in person.