Conway Hall is Where Ethics Matter

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Posthumously discovered by Moeran’s widow in 1950, British composer Ernest John Moeran’s E flat quartet is full of echoes of Ireland, where Moeran spent much of his life.

The year grows darker. The London Fortean Society and friends return to the Haunted Landscape, our one-day symposium on the folklore, magic and monsters of the British Isles and beyond.

Authors, experts and researchers discuss the undead, fairies, witchcraft, witches and their familiars and magic of the common folk.

Anarchism routinely gets a bad press. It is seen as meaning chaos and disorder — or even nothing at all. And yet, from Extinction Rebellion to Pussy Riot, Noam Chomsky to David Graeber, this philosophical and political movement is as relevant as ever.

The Linos Piano Trio returns to Conway Hall with the rarely heard Beethoven transcription of his own second Symphony, followed by the trio’s re-imagination of the variations from the Eroica Symphony.

Simon Callaghan joins the Fitzwilliam Quartet for this performance of Elgar, Haydn and Beethoven

Take a journey in search of London’s lost rivers… Below the pavements, out of sight, a network of secret rivers pulses beneath the capital’s busy pavements. But while they may be hidden from view, clues remain, and this talk will show you how to find them.

Venue Hire

With a capacity of 400 spread over balcony and floor seating, our Main Hall retains its period features and is internationally renowned for its excellent acoustics.

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Fri, 14th Nov, 2014

The Brockway Room has a capacity of 70 people, and is ideal for meetings, lectures, and even exhibitions.

View Brockway Room

Fri, 14th Nov, 2014

The Bertrand Russell Room has a capacity of 35 people, and is perfect for auditions, rehearsals and meetings.

View Bertrand Russell Room

Fri, 14th Nov, 2014

Our Foyer and a further suite of three additional rooms, with capacities between 8 and 35, fulfils our complement of discrete hireable, rooms and spaces.

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Fri, 14th Nov, 2014

Upcoming Sunday Concerts

This FREE Pre-Concert Recital, featuring students from the Royal College of Music, will take place before the evening’s Sunday Concert. Performing a programme of music entirely by woman composers, this week’s ensemble will be the Brompton Quartet.

Posthumously discovered by Moeran’s widow in 1950, British composer Ernest John Moeran’s E flat quartet is full of echoes of Ireland, where Moeran spent much of his life.

The Linos Piano Trio returns to Conway Hall with the rarely heard Beethoven transcription of his own second Symphony, followed by the trio’s re-imagination of the variations from the Eroica Symphony.

Simon Callaghan joins the Fitzwilliam Quartet for this performance of Elgar, Haydn and Beethoven

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