Posted on 22 May 2020
The packed programme of over 60 mostly free events includes talks from world-class speakers, interactive Q&As, workshops, performances, family activities and walking trails around the city.
The opening day will feature headline events featuring journalist and broadcaster Emily Maitlis and a live panel discussion featuring Vice-Chancellor Charlie Jeffery and speakers from York, Copenhagen and Christchurch, New Zealand, on how education providers and city partnerships can work together to drive a post-Covid economic recovery plan.
The festival takes place from Tuesday 2 June until Sunday 14 June.
Visit the York Festival of Ideas 2020 webpage to find out more.