Earlier this year, the So Create A Difference exhibition and brainstorming with local architects in Royal Victoria Place excited and enthused thousands of people in Tunbridge Wells. At this discussion and debate, the architect and urban designer Robert Adam will talk about the processes of planning and developing a successful town. Robert's experience of Tunbridge Wells include his Chairmanship of the judges for the RIBA Competition to redesign the cinema site.
Some of the 20 architects who provided designs for town centre sites for So Create A Difference will take part in the debate: what makes a beautiful town? How do you design a modern building next to an older one?
The debate is part of Love Architecture, the festival run by the Royal Institution of British Architects.
Admission is by ticket, obtainable from Trinity. Any profits from tickets sold will be donated to The Bridge Trust, which supports homeless single people in West Kent.