Lewes Catalyst Club
Upstairs at the Lewes Arms
Wed Nov 13th 7.30pm start £7
For the October Catalyst Club we learned about journalist Ivor Gaber’s secret childhood passion for bus spotting. He also shared with us the Nobel prize-winning discovery of why buses really do turn up in threes. Clinical psychologist Hazel Rayner took us on a real journey of discovery in her talk, The Clitoris Uncovered. She even brought along a 3D printed replica of the clitoris (see photo) made by a company in Berlin. That’s niche. And finally I gave a talk about Dr Tuesday Lobsang Rampa, a high ranking Tibetan Buddhist who also happened to be an unemployed plumber from Devon.
We return in November with Ben Bailey, who did a superb talk about the politics of board games last year and, new to the Lewes Catalyst Club, we welcome Tom Cutler and Sussex university’s Dr Julie Coultas.
We often tend to sell out so it’s recommended that tickets are bought in advance.