Cole and Eggebert's series of street lectures and performances see a number of cross-disciplinary speakers and performers return knowledge to the streets of Soho on a weekly basis. Referencing Farr's Weekly Returns, Snow and Henry Whitehead's local knowledge and Mayhew's records of London's 'street folk' during the mid 1800s, the events offer a range of ideas and beliefs in the form of talks, readings and song. Each of the five events is reproduced as a free weekly publication, available from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine's Keppel Street site and various other locations.

Weekly Return No.1
Zara Plessard, actor – singing Rudyard Kipling's Cholera Camp
Wednesday 13th March 2013
5.30–6.00pm
The memorial pump, corner of Broadwick Street and Poland Street, London, W1F

Weekly Return No.2
Cilla Conway, artist and Tarot reader – speaking on Invisible Energies and your Tarot reading
Thursday 21st March 2013
3.00–4.00pm
The Society Club (bookshop and tea house), 12 Ingestre Place (corner of Silver Place & Ingestre Place), London W1F OJF

Weekly Return No.3
Julian Walker, artist, writer and researcher – speaking on Victorian Treatments for Cholera and other Diseases
Thursday 28th March 2013
5.00–6.00pm
Portland Mews, London W1F (off D'Ablay Street and Livonia Street)

Weekly Return No.4
Dr Willy Burgess, Hydrogeologist, Department of Earth Sciences, UCL, and Mark Mackintosh, geologist and environmental professional – speaking on Water and the World
Thursday 4th April 2013
5.00–6.00pm
The memorial pump, corner of Broadwick Street and Poland Street, London, W1F

Weekly Return No.5
Chris Grundy, Lecturer in Geographical Information Systems – speaking on Mapping and GIS
Wednesday 10th April 2013
4.00–5.00pm
Marshall Street Leisure Centre, 15 Marshall Street, London W1F 7EL