Konstantin Kisin at The Exchange


I hosted a fascinating evening with Russian-British comedian, podcaster, writer and social commentator Konstantin Kisin at The Exchange.

He is also the creator and co-host of the TRIGGERnometry, where two comics interview economists, political experts, journalists and social commentators about interesting, controversial and challenging subjects. He is a regular contributor on television and radio and is frequently described as an “objective voice from the centre of the political spectrum”.

Konstantin spoke about his Sunday Times bestselling book An Immigrant’s Love Letter to the West. In it, he argues that as someone who grew up in the Soviet Union, he believes Britain, despite all its ups and downs, remains one of the best places to live in the world.

It was a lively and thought-provoking discussion with a lot of audience interaction, in the spirit of The Exchange’s aims to host public conversations about the important issues of our age, debate and the sharing of opinions and experiences in a welcoming and respectful environment.

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