- To buy a ticket to come in person to St Mary's, click here
- To book a ticket to watch online* click here
- To buy a festival pass** to watch all our streamed events online click here
In recent times humanity has learnt an enormous amount about the universe, the past, and itself. But as well as acquiring vast amounts of knowledge we have also learned how much we have yet to learn: currently known science addresses just 5% of the universe; pre-history is only just being revealed; and the new neurosciences of mind and brain are just beginning. In The Frontiers of Knowledge, bestselling polymath and philosopher A C Grayling seeks to answer them in three crucial areas: science, history, and psychology.
Professor A C Grayling is Master of the New College of the Humanities, and a Supernumerary Fellow of St Anne’s College, Oxford. He has written and edited over thirty books, and for several years he wrote columns for The Guardian and The Times and was the chairman of the 2014 Man Booker Prize.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT WILL TAKE PLACE LIVE IN ST MARY’S CHURCH AND A C GRAYLING WILL JOIN US LIVE BY VIDEO LINK.
On booking an online ticket via the Petworth Festival’s third-party booking site Ticketsolve (https://petworthfestival.ticketsolve.com/shows), you will be sent a link in your confirmation email which will take you to the online event. Events may either be watched ‘live’, as they happen, or from 24 hours after the event time in the brochure. Please note, it is not possible to pause or rewind events being watched live. Tickets are valid for one viewing only, either of the live streamed event or the recording. Events will be available to view online via the website until midnight on Sunday 28 November. Online viewing tickets may be purchased until this date.
**FESTIVAL ONLINE PASS
All online events £45. The full Festival Online Pass is like a season ticket and can only be used by the holder. The full Festival Pass holder will receive a link which will take them to a page where they can view each individual online event once (either ‘live’ or recorded).