An exhibition of work by Gabrielle Bradshaw
6 October 2016 to 31 January 2017
Private view, Wed 2 Nov, 6-9pm, The Brockway Room. All welcome. Drinks served.Find out more »
In this talk, Phil Hine examines the life of Richard Payne Knight. the key themes of “A Discourse on the Worship of Priapus” and its republication in the nineteenth century as both erotic and ethnographic text.
Phil Hine is an independent researcher and occult practitioner, he has been writing and lecturing on esoteric themes and practices for over thirty years.Find out more »
Oscar Wilde and Bernard Shaw, an uneasy and rather distant relationship: a talk by Eleanor Fitzsimons, author of Wilde’s WomenFind out more »
Salsa Dancing at Pexava HolbornFind out more »
Take part in a six-week project, critically exploring the power of language and the art of persuasive communication. In these Wednesday evening sessions you will be adopting a think-share-explore approach as you discuss your ideas and research findings, and decide on the content, format and design of posters/infographics/texts which will then be displayed in an exhibition at Conway Hall.Find out more »
London 1905 … a girl playing the piano … dancers at a Fête Mystérieuse … a bewitched young Alain-Fournier yearns for lost love.
An outpouring of poetry, letters and song sow the seeds of his great novel, Le Grand Meaulnes, published in 1913, a year before he was killed in the Great War.
Cast includes Hannah Crighton, Anne-Sophie Marie and Russ Kallan.Find out more »