Thursday 23 January, from 5pm,
Colston Hall

From 5pm – Free exhibition
Your chance to see the latest research and insights into drug use, supply and harm reduction. Includes presentations and interactive exhibits on addiction, drug cultures, drug markets, psychedelics, opioid use and more. Speak to experts, see new perspectives, and view a mock-up safer drug consumption facility.

7:30pm – Public lecture **SOLD OUT**
Former government drug adviser and leading drugs researcher Professor David Nutt will talk about his experience in drug policy, and how it should change.

8pm – Panel debate **SOLD OUT**
Leading local politicians and practitioners including Councillor Asher Craig (Deputy Mayor of Bristol), Professor David Nutt (Imperial College, London) and Maggie Telfer (CEO of Bristol Drugs Project), will answer questions from the audience and discuss how Bristol can lead the way in innovative drug policy.

**Tickets for the lecture and debate are SOLD OUT. The exhibition is still open to attend for free **


Friday 24th January, 7.30pm,

Foyles, Cabot Circus

Dr Suzi Gage, psychologist and host of the popular ‘Say Why to Drugs’ podcast will be launching her new book Say Why to Drugs.

Suzi will discuss what drugs are, how they are used, and the role of drug policy in discussion with James Nicholls, CEO of Transform Drug Policy Foundation. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions about the book, the podcast and the future of drug policy.

Tickets £3 from Foyles.



Saturday 25th January, 11am

College Green

We will be planting ‘forget-me-not’ flowers in memory of those who have died as a result of drugs and showing how you can get involved in campaigning for change.

Memorial Event led by the families and activists involved with Anyone’s Child: Families for Safer Drug Control.

Join us to plant ‘forget-me-not’ flowers to remember all those who have died as a result of our dangerous drug policies.