Until Thursday 31st May. Free. An exhibition of painted and collage works by Barbara Marks, inspired by the calligraphy of Master Zhixing Wang, The I-Ching, the Tao Te Ching and the life of the artist’s father as a Japanese Prisoner of War.
Architecture and Place Digitisation Project
A digital collection of Conway Hall Ethical Society’s physical heritage
Conway Hall is and always will be the place for those who dare to dream of a better world
An evening with Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy and fellow poets Gillian Clarke (National Poet of Wales, 2008-2016), Imtiaz Dharker, Jackie Kay (Scots Makar) and guest poet Maura Dooley, with musical interludes from MC John Sampson.
For Refugee Week, the London Syrian Ensemble perform bright, passionate classics of twentieth century Syrian music and premiere new Syrian music. Proceeds to Marhabtayn, a charity supporting people
displaced by the war in that country.
Why do people not vaccinate themselves or their children? Dr Andrea Kitta’s research draws on ethnography, media, Internet and narrative analyses to explore the vernacular explanations used in inoculation decision-making.
Upcoming Sunday Concerts
Hear the award-winning harpist Oliver Wass and the Gémeaux Quartet perform an all-French programme featuring Debussy, Caplet and Ravel. Free entry for under-26s, courtesy of the CAVATINA Chamber Music Trust.
Our Spring 2018 Season concludes with Director of Music Simon Callaghan performing Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 3 with members of the London Mozart Players and more. Free entry for under-26s, courtesy of the CAVATINA Chamber Music Trust.
Pianist Maria Canyigueral presents ‘Avant-guarding Mompou’, an exploration of Spanish composer and pianist Frederic Mompou and his Cançons i danses, as part of the Inspired by… series of concerts organised by EUNIC (European Union of National Institutes of Culture) which present new creations by composers from the EU inspired by great European composers.
Join us for a special concert as we celebrate the special platform that Conway Hall provided for women musicians during the first few decades of the Sunday Concerts, since it began in 1887 under the previous name of the South Place Sunday Popular Concerts.