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Live On Stage
Monday April 29 2024, 7pm BST

An Evening with Yomi Adegoke

Art &

What would you do if your partner was accused of assault? 

The List, the bestselling debut novel by Yomi Adegoke, follows a high-profile journalist who has made her name uncovering abuse scandals in the age of #MeToo. But when her fiancé is named in a list of anonymous allegations, online politics becomes personal. 

The List has confirmed Adegoke as one of today’s most compelling voices on feminism, race and popular culture. The novel, now in development for TV, interrogates the real implications of online allegations on our closest relationships.

On April 29, Adegoke comes to Intelligence Squared to discuss her reflections on life online in the twenty-first century.

Join us at the Tabernacle for a timely discussion on navigating the nuances of social injustice, victim-blaming, trust and forgiveness. 

Praise for the The List

‘Topical, heartfelt, provocative and wise.’ Bernardine Evaristo

‘It’s obvious Adegoke’s perspective is sorely needed in the culture.’ Guardian

The List
by Yomi Adegoke




Yomi Adegoke

Journalist and author

Multi award-winning journalist and author. She is currently a columnist at The Guardian and British Vogue and is the former host of the Women's Fiction Prize podcast. In 2018, she co-wrote the Sunday Times bestselling book Slay In Your Lane and the same year was named one of the most influential people in London by the Evening Standard. In 2021, she was named on the Forbes 30 under 30 list. The List is her first novel, and was an instant Sunday Times bestseller.

Moya Lothian-McLean

Contributing Editor at Novara Media

Moya Lothian-McLean is a journalist who writes about politics, past and present. She is currently Contributing Editor at Novara Media and presents Broccoli Content's Human Resources, a podcast exploring the truth of Britain's slaving past.