A Feast Of Conversation

Lunch with a twist; a menu of conversation to enhance connection

‘Feast of conversation…all about food for thought, where the thing being chewed over is ideas.’ – The Evening Standard

The Oxford Muse’s A Feast of Conversation, presented by Theodore Zeldin, renowned philosopher, historian and author of An Intimate History of Humanity, was a lunch with a twist: attendees were presented with a menu of conversation to guide their discussion with the stranger sitting opposite them. By taking the time to genuinely connect with someone they had never met before, participants were given a unique chance to really get to know a stranger – and to discover more about themselves as well.