Dec 26, 2017
**We'll be back in March 2018 with details on TEDxWandsworth 2018 !!


With the constant frenzied release of information, breaking news, and public outrage, will truth or subjective information crumble the edifice of institutional power, subvert the status quo and weaken democracy. Or is the real challenge to find out which voices we are to believe, and find leaders, innovators, and visionaries who will bring about the new Renaissance.

‘Truth & Dare’ is the theme for TEDxWandsworth 2017 as we throw the gauntlet to speakers, fans and followers to look at the status quo in their own lives, workplaces, and institutions to ask: Does this ‘Truth’ work? Dare I question my reality, let alone do something about it? Is this reality a truthful, authentic experience? And if not, has society ever succeeded when truth was deemed too powerful.

The theme - ‘Truth & Dare’ - aims to provoke us all to take a closer look at the world around us. At TEDxWandsworth 2017, we will give you access to new, thought-provoking ideas and thinking covering a wide array of topics. We want to overturn stones, shine a spotlight, and reveal hard truths about our world’s issues and problems, and dare us all to get more involved.

In the three years since we launched the first TEDxWandsworth, there has been great upheaval in politics, public discourse, and the echo of the social media chamber is ever deafening. Which is why this year, after extensive research and curation, we have chosen TEDx speakers that are on the cusp of creating new ideas, forging new systems and activating projects that will allow others to greatly benefit, and in turn fine-tune and elevate those local ideas into global ones. They will confront the ‘Truth’, and ‘Dare’ to act, forging a path for others to follow, share and be inspired.

The only question remaining is whether you are ready to join us on Saturday, 25th November for ‘Truth & Dare’?


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TEDxWandsworth 2016 has sold out.
The following information is for ticket holders.

Please bring the paper copy of your TEDxWandsworth Eventbrite ticket with you on Saturday, 5th November.

Doors open for registration at 8.45am.
Teas, Coffees and light pastries will be provided to delegates.

Seating will begin at 9.40am.
TEDxWandsworth 2016 begins at 10am, sharp.

TEDxWandsworth 2016 ends at 6.45pm followed by a drinks' reception that will run until 8pm at the college.

Latecomers will be admitted to the event at a suitable break or interval.

Transport options
Public transport is the best option.

Trains: Wandsworth Town, 7mins walk
Underground: East Putney, District Line, 22mins walk
Bus: Routes 37, 39, 87, 156, 170 & 337

The nearest car parks are:
– Southside 1, Garratt Lane, London, SW18 4AU
– Southside 2, Buckhold Road, London, SW18 4BS
Both are NCP Car Parks, close to The Southside Shopping Centre, and can be booked in advance.

Travel Disruption
For those travelling by public transportation or car, you are advised to check timetables / road works to avoid being delayed. We are aware there is a planned strike by Southern Railway on Saturday, 5th November which will effect those coming into Clapham Junction.

Please allow more time for your journey when travelling on Saturday 5th November.

Lunch & Refreshments
Your ticket to TEDxWandsworth 2016 includes a hot lunch and refreshments throughout the day.

There is no cloakroom facility at the college and we ask delegates not to bring large cases or over-sized bags.

South Thames College
Wandsworth High Street
SW18 2PP