Kings Head Yard
London, England SE1 1NA

Nick Pullar has run Skeptics in the Pub for the past five years. Today is his last meeting. Join him as he looks back on his time running Skeptics in the Pub, and why it's great to be a skeptic.

Nick Pullar received an MA (Hons) (Auckland) in philosophy.
He has received the Bertrand Russell Award from the New Zealand Association of Rationalists & Humanists in 2000. Named after the English philosopher and peace activist Bertrand Russell (1872-1970) this award is presented annually to a member of the Association whose efforts have significantly advanced the cause of the Association during the year.

Skeptics in the Pub meets (usually) on the third Thursday of every month starting at 7.30pm at The Old Kings Head, London Bridge. A £2 donation is requested to cover the guest speaker's travelling expenses and sundries. Sandwiches and chips are provided at about 7.00pm on a first-come, first-served basis. Non-skeptics are welcome. Turn up at any time during the evening.

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Added by sitp on March 31, 2007