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Monday, 5th July 2021

8PM UK / 3PM ET / 12PM PT

We are storytelling creatures, myth and narrative are deeply embedded in how we make sense of the world and understand ourselves. Will Storr is an award-winning journalist and author of ‘The Science of Storytelling’, who has made it his mission to understand how insights from neuroscience and psychology can help us understand story, ourselves and our lives in new ways. He attempts to get beyond the theories and into the hard empirical evidenceabout how the brain has evolved not only for story, but for character.

This talk with storytelling mentor Tim Lott is the second in a series exploring how stories work to shape our lives. Will will be in dialogue with novelist Tim Lott, in the second of Rebel Wisdom’s series ‘The Power of Story’.

You can buy a one-off ticket for this event, or attend forĀ free as a Rebel Wisdom Explorer & Sensemaker member. To read more about membership, visit our Campfire Events page.