Sir Christopher Wren
Wren's St Paul's Cathedral has left a permanent mark on London's skyline. After the wooden city was burnt to the ground in 1666, Wren applied scientific ingenuity in reconstructing this icon and other buildings in the City of London. Biographer Adrian Tinniswood examines the architect's works, including many of his churches, in the contact of the great religious, economic and political change of the late seventeenth century.
Geological Society Lecture Theatre
£10/£5 students (incl. drink)