Conway Hall is Where Ethics Matter

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Chris Goodall shows the route to a society that emits no carbon dioxide but is also fairer, healthier and more content than at present.

A concert curated by Conway Hall Sunday Concerts patron Hiro Takenouchi, featuring Hindemith’s clarinet quartet and Messiaen’s iconic Quatuor pour la fin du temps.

The United Strings of Europe and the beguiling soprano Héloïse Werner present Unfinished Journey, a programme reflecting on the refugee with works by composers with immigrant backgrounds from Germany, Lebanon, Argentina and New Zealand.

Noûs Quartet make a welcome return to Conway Hall with works from Beethoven’s early and late periods, and Webern’s Langsamer Satz.

Conway Hall is Where Ethics Matter. At our inaugural Ethical Gala – a celebration of what our charity does – guest speakers including Catherine Mayer, Martin Rowson, Safia Minney and John Hegley will each talk briefly on an interesting, ethical subject.

Harmful practices due to belief in witchcraft have seen a huge increase in the past six years both globally and in the UK and Kirsty Brimelow QC and author and campaigner Syd Moore have joined forces to expose this phenomenon.

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.

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Fri, 14th Nov, 2014

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

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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

A concert curated by Conway Hall Sunday Concerts patron Hiro Takenouchi, featuring Hindemith’s clarinet quartet and Messiaen’s iconic Quatuor pour la fin du temps.

Italian Pianist, Paolo Rinaldi opens the evening with a short piano recital of virtuosic music spanning more than two centuries.

Noûs Quartet make a welcome return to Conway Hall with works from Beethoven’s early and late periods, and Webern’s Langsamer Satz.

Simon and Raphael Wallfisch are joined by pianist Edward Rushton in a programme of vocal and instrumental music by Brahams and Schumann.

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