How to contact us
For general enquiries, information about events and ticket queries: firstname.lastname@example.org
For queries about payments or invoices: email@example.com
If you would like to speak at one of our Monday night talks or hold a weekend workshop please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include a paragraph about the subject of your event, your bio, website, social media links, and any video content that you have. The next step in your application is that your proposal will go to our board for review. We do review all applications, however on average this can take several months which is the time it takes for us to create each programme. I am sure you will understand that due to the high volumes of interest that we receive we cannot reply to every application; therefore we will only get in contact if you are successful and the board would like to invite you to speak at Alternatives. If you do not hear back from us then please know that you can apply again one year after your first application. If you do want to apply for a second time then we would suggest trying a different topic as we can only have one or two speakers on each topic per year.
020 7287 6711
Please note that we are a part-time team and our office hours vary week to week, depending on our events schedule. If you would like to call us you are welcome to do so and leave a message if we are not in the office, however we recommend emailing us for a faster response.
How to find us
If you would like to post something to us our address is:
St James's Church
St James's Church is where we host our Monday night Talks and can easily be accessed via the transport options below.
Please note that all other events, including workshops and women’s events, are held at different locations around London. Check the event page on our website or in the printed programme for each event for directions to that venue.
Getting to St James's Church for Monday Night Talks
The closest station is Piccadilly Circus, on the Piccadilly Line.
Come out of the tube via the Piccadilly exit, go past Santander bank, past Waterstones on your left and then the next major landmark on your left is St James's Church.
Or we are 10 minutes walk from Green Park, on the Jubilee Line.
Come out of the tube via the Green Park exit, go past The Ritz and keep walking until you reach St James's Church on your right.
There are multiple buses routes which stop at or near Piccadilly Circus. We recommend the CityMapper app to help you plan your route.
There are pay-and-display parking spaces surrounding the area of the church, and in and around Piccadilly. We do not provide parking.