Shelley von Strunckel, Astrology expert and New Era thinker

The Seven College Conference of London

Invites you to the annual autumn event with guest speaker, Shelley von Strunckel, Astrology expert and New Era thinker

Please join us on November 12th at the Royal Institution for our Autumn Event with guest speaker Shelley von Strunckel, best known for her intelligent columns on astrology and New Era thinking. Creator of the first ever astrological column in the London Sunday Times newspaper in 1992, she is regarded as the voice of reason in the often-confusing field of astrology and related topics, such as the power of the mind and spiritual matters. A frequent and popular guest on radio and television, her particular strength is an astrological analysis of current trends and news; appearances have ranged from ABC and NBC in America, BBC, and ITV.  Moreover, her columns are published worldwide, notably in the Gulf News, London Sunday Times and Evening Standard Newspapers, South China Morning Post, and French and China Vogue.  

The Royal Institution is an independent organisation dedicated to scientific education and research as well as to connecting people with the world of science.  The institution's grand home has been greatly enlarged and redeveloped since 1799, and is a Grade I listed building. In addition to its famous Lecture Theatre, the building contains several function rooms, modern research facilities and a public café – all intended to create a “science salon” for the public.

Drinks and canapés from 6:30pm; Speaker and Q&A at 7:00pm

Tickets are £30 (plus £2 service fee) and places are allocated on a first-come basis but must be reserved by 3rd November. Profits from the event support our annual Travel/Research awards to students from our seven colleges who are studying in the UK this year.

November 12, 2019 at 6:30pm - 8:30pm

The Royal Institution

21 Albemarle St
London W1S 4BS
United Kingdom

Leila Bassi

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