*Until 31 Jan 2020* This exhibition explores how 19th-century pamphlets and their freethinking authors have ignited revolutions, overthrown governments and altered the course of history. Private view: 12 Sep.
London School of Philosophy present their Autumn Term, with courses on subjects including Plato & Aristotle, German Idealism, French Thought from the Middle Ages to the Present, Lacan with Levinas and Satre, and much more.
The Conway Photography Group presents Reflection; an exhibition of work that is inspired by and connected with the local area around Conway Hall, personal projects and moments on the journey of Brexit.
FREE Pre-Concert Recital: Royal College of Music Musicians – Brompton Quartet | Sunday 17th November
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.
We are gathering practitioners from across publishing, media, broadcast, performance and more to share ideas, answer your questions and help inspire and inform you.
We The Peoples Film Festival presents: The End of Nuclear Weapons? Two important films will be screened: the main feature The Beginning of the End of Nuclear Weapons by Álvaro Orús, and the short film Yemen! Saudi Arabia! U.S.! And How We Got This Way! by Kevin Hourigan. A post-screening open discussion will be held with speaker Bruce Kent.
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.
This workshop will be an opportunity to explore the potential of co-operative art education while we produce a zine. Led by Conway Hall’s artist in residence, Sophia Kosmaoglou.
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.