Previously at the ICA - Events
12 Feb 2009
Increasingly, for the young as well as for the middle-aged, singlehood has become the default state to which we return after transient relationships. What is the culture of singlehood doing to our cities, our economy, our social lives? Is the single state worthy of celebration or should we aspire to something else?
Speakers: Kathryn Flett, TV critic and columnist at The Observer; William Sutcliffe, author of Whatever Makes You Happy; Emily Hill, columnist at The Guardian. Chair: Andrew G Marshall, marital therapist and author of The Single Trap: How to Escape it and Find Lasting Love;