The Londown: Live at the SLG
SAT 13 NOV
Past event

Left: Nana Biamah-Ofosu, Right: Hettie O’Brien.

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Join architect Nana Biamah-Ofosu, opinion editor Hettie O’Brien and journalist and broadcaster Merlin Fulcher for a live recording of The Londown podcast at the South London Gallery.

Hear fresh takes on the week’s biggest London architecture news and contribute to the recording itself as live studio audience in this pioneering new format.

Biographies

Nana Biamah-Ofosu is director of Studio NYALI, unit master of Diploma 6 at the Architectural Association, and lecturer in architecture at Kingston School of Art. Nana was part of the second cohort of New Architecture Writers and her written work has been published in the UK architectural press as well as internationally.

Hettie O’Brien is assistant opinion editor at the Guardian and former online editor at the New Statesman. Hettie grew up in Peckham, south east London. Hettie previously worked as a reporter in Washington DC covering the federal trade commission and as a researcher at Rethinking Economics.

Merlin Fulcher is Open House Worldwide Tours Director and host of The Londown podcast. Merlin is also competitions editor, focussing on procurement, for both Architects’ Journal and Architectural Review.