[Ideas] Kritical Conversations: On Dating

  • 28/09/2023
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Full Circle House, 89 Ch. de Vleurgat, 1050 Ixelles
  • 9

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  • Available to everyone 1 month before the event date. Places are limited in number. Join the waiting list to receive tickets if more become available.
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CONVERSATION ABOUT
DATING

Kritical Conversations

by Kriticos Mwansa

 Conversations  / Thurs 28th Sept / 6.30-8.30pm


Doors open at 6
Conversation starts at 6.30

The Kritical Conversations Series, with host of The Book Club Kriticos and other guests, deep dives into themes of great significance - from love and faith to creativity and all in between. We take one (ore more) classic book at a time as point of departure. You can expect honest and passionate discussions, enriching ideas, and good company.

This time we will discuss dating in our day and age. More info coming soon!

The conversation will be based on the following books:

Open Water by Caleb Azumah Nelson

Attached by Amir Levine & Rachel Heller

You don't have to read or finish the books. Just come open-minded for new perspectives and thirsty for a good conversation!

Open to everyone | Booking required
Bar open

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ABOUT

Kriticos is a multidisciplinary creative. A recording & performing singer-songwriter, as well as a marketing & business professional. When his heart and mind are set on a project, he goes all in. The Book Club is his latest one - a book club that doesn’t require you to read the book, a round table for philosophers and curious minds. Sessions are inclusive and popular across different ages, backgrounds and reading interests. So far, they have been hosted in Brussels, Amsterdam, Berlin and Helsinki.

KEY LINKS

IG: @thebookclub.eu

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