High Impact Events


Agile Rabbit was born out of a shared curiosity about the world and a desire to share new perspectives, provocations, information and inspiration
with others.


We help organisations embrace and explore big ideas through high impact events, and make complex ideas come alive through collaboration and curiosity, activity and creativity. Through multiple formats, our events range from festival stages to pop-up shops, creating interactive and engaging experiences for our audiences of all ages and all walks of life.

We have been commissioned to deliver live events for The British Science Festival, Standon Calling Music FestivalThe University of Exeter’s Institute of Data Science and Artificial Intelligence, Futures: A Festival of Discovery for the South West, and The Royal Geographic Society

Since 2018, we have been running our monthly informal events series at Exeter Phoenix. From climate change to feminism, dinosaurs to the internet, we have welcomed over 500 speakers to chat about what intrigues and inspires them.

Panel Discussions

Can we trust science? And what is there to learn about water and climate change? We like to ask questions, and invite leading researchers and experts to explore the answers. Whether audience members are new to a topic or already know something about it, they’ll discover new facts – or perhaps see things differently – when they attend one of our hosted panel discussions.

Chairs

A really good discussion starts with a skilled chairperson or facilitator. We’re delighted to work regularly with BBC producers, presenters, and interview leaders such as Ritula Shah, James Coomarasamy , and Lyse Doucet, who chair our live events and facilitate engaging discussions between speakers and members of our audience.

Solo Speakers

From going on a whistle stop tour of feminism, to the makings of psychopaths, life on mars, beavers, and a conversation with Noam Chomsky, our speakers don’t shy away from sharing their knowledge on broad subject matters, or answering difficult questions.

To find out more about our past and current projects and our various event formats, visit Our Projects. Are you an organisation that is looking for support with an event? We love to collaborate and explore further ways of engaging your audience in interactive settings.