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Talks & Public Speaking


Stuart Clark is an experienced public speaker. For twenty years, he has presented illustrated talks across the UK and around the world. He excels at explaining the complex world of astronomy to the general public and his knowledge ranges from scientific history right up to today’s cutting edge discoveries.


He can deliver inspirational and motivational lectures about the quest for knowledge, interweaving historical and personal stories of achievement.


He is based in Hertfordshire.


Upcoming Talks:


Tuesday 12th November

Stephen Hawking: His Life, Work & Legacy

The Tokenhouse , 4 Moorgate, London, EC2V

Doors: 7pm, talk 7:30pm.


How did Stephen Hawking move us closer to a theory of everything? In which ways did his life's work have such a profound affect on Modern Science? What made his findings so ground-breaking? Join award-winning author & science journalist Dr Stuart Clark for an extraordinary look into the life & work of the late great Professor himself.


To read more and book tickets, click here.


Friday 15th November

The Search for Earth’s Twin Planet

The International Astronomy Show, NAEC Stoneleigh, CV8 2LH

Talk: 3:30pm


One of the oldest, most intriguing questions we have is whether life exists on other worlds. To answer this question astronomers must first find habitable planets around other stars. This talk will recount this exciting quest. It will present its many discoveries, its surprises and its hopes for the future. Finding planets around other stars has genuinely re-written astronomy text books: lava worlds, hurricane planets, seemingly impossible planets – all will be described in this exciting presentation. And all force us to look at our own planet with new eyes.


To read more and book tickets, click here.


Monday 25th November

Introduction to The Universe

The Tokenhouse , 4 Moorgate, London, EC2V

Doors: 7pm, talk 7:30pm.


Are you intrigued by the Universe and want to make more sense of it all? Fascinated by the headlines about Mars exploration, dark matter, and black holes but not sure how it all fits together? Then join award-winning author & science journalist Dr Stuart Clark for an illuminating introduction to the cosmos and how we make sense of it.


To read more and book tickets, click here.



2020 Beneath the Night lecture tour



Stuart's most ambitious work to date is a tour de force that relates the history of how humans have looked to the night sky for meaning. This fascinating lecture, and accompanying book, will give you a different way to understand why we are fascinated by the stars. 


Tuesday 3rd November

Wessex Astronomical Society


The Allendale Community Centre, Hanham Road, Wimborne, Dorset, BH21 1AS

Talk: 7:30pm


More dates to come...


To discuss booking Stuart, please email Stuart's Agent: Sam Copeland (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)



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