Apple's head of industrial design Jonathan Ive will make a whistle-stop appearance in the UK on Thursday October 28, offering a talk at London's Design Museum.

The award-winning former Newcastle Polytechnic student - now recognised as one of the world's most influential designers, will talk to his Design Museum audience about the development of iconic Apple products, such as the iMac and iPod.

The event has been organised to celebrate the opening of Design Museum Space, a riverfront talks space.

Design Museum supporters get priority booking and discounted tickets to all talks and courses. The talk begins at 7.15pm, and tickets cost £10 (£6 for Design Museum supporters).

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