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Each February, people around the world come together for Darwin Day, a celebration of the life of Charles Darwin and his enormously influential discovery of evolution by natural selection. The BHA has organised a Darwin Day Lecture in London each year since 2003, and it is the largest event of its kind in Britain, with more than 1,000 people registering to attend the sold-out lecture in each year.
The lecture will be delivered by Professor Lawrence Krauss, and chaired as always by Professor Richard Dawkins.
The London Humanist Choir will be performing a song at the start of the evening.