Fri 26 - Sat 27th April - CRASSH conference, Cambridge

Details can be found HERE

Sun 28th Apr - Buckingham History Festival

Speaking on The Ring of Truth, Sir Roger Scruton will be speaking at Sunday at 10am at the inaugural Buckingham History Festival.

Buy your tickets HERE.

Tues 7th May - Douglas Murray in conversation with Roger Scruton

Hosted by The Spectator at the Emmanuel Centre, this promises to be a fantastic evening. Book your tickets here. 

Thurs 30th May - Roger Scruton in conversation with Matthew D’Ancona

A 75th Birthday tribute, Roger talks to Guardian columnist and former editor of the Spectator, Matthew D’Ancona. 

Tickets available for this special event HERE.

Sun 9th June - Open Farm Sunday

Join us at Sunday Hill Farm for farmings national open day. Details to follow. 

Sat 15th June - Philosophy Day

The first one day philosophy programme to be held at Sunday Hill Farm. Full details and application HERE.

All enquiries, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. in the office. 

Wed 31st Jul - Fri 9th Aug - 2019 Scrutopia Summer School

 Read more here. Please note we are now full! Please register to be put onto the reserve list via the office.

Thur 29th Aug - Sun 1st Sept - Scrutopia Alumni Meeting 

Thurs 19th Sept - ISI Gala for Western Civilization, Philadelphia

Watch this space for further details. 

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2019 Events

Wed 31st Jul - Fri 9th Aug - 2019 Scrutopia Summer School

Thur 29th Aug - Sun 1st Sept - Scrutopia Alumni Meeting 

Fri 26 - Sat 27th April - CRASSH conference, Cambridge

Sat 15th June - Philosophy Day

Thurs 19th Sept - ISI Gala for Western Civilization, Philadelphia

Tues 14th May - National Planning Summit, London