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Join Movement For Hope – an organisation that raises money to fund research into neurological conditions affecting the brain and spinal cord – and UCL's department of brain repair and rehabilitation in an evening of cutting-edge neuroscience and multimedia art. 100 per cent of ticket sales go to charity and you can choose where you'd like yours to go at the event.

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Alexandra Bakou

I am so looking forward for this one!An event where Art meets Science sounds promising and inspiring!Very excited!See you all there!!!

Sarah Ezekiel

Was fantastic last year! I enjoyed it so much that I offered to speak this year. I'm really looking forward to seeing the other speakers and performers.


Had a wonderful time last year and I'm sure this year will be bigger and and better. The line up looks amazing and the speakers are first class. Innovative idea to mix art and science!

Christopher D'Souza

If it's anything like the last Movement for Hope event at the Bloomsbury Theatre, it should be a spectacle to be enjoyed by all - intellectual talks by scientistsand great Arts by talented performers like Josh Osho.