* Until 31 Mar * This exhibition features 22 visual essays from graphic design students at Chelsea College of Arts. Each essay is a personal critical response to the issues and ideas of different Victorian pamphlets held in Conway Hall’s library collections. They cover issues such as feminism, racism, disability, futurism and speculation.
* Until 19 Mar * This photographic exhibition focuses on how grassroots urban activists and professionals in London and Salvador da Bahia express issues of urban rights and inequalities, explored through texts and photos. It is the outcome of a research collaboration between Just Space, Lugar Comum and University College London.
Join us for our Saturday Salsa Special. With one of the best dance floors around. If you have never been to one of our socials in this venue, please come join us for a great night of dancing! Starting with a class from Gil and Shelley, dancing until 2 am!
Internationally acclaimed pianist Amit Yahav presents a programme of music by Mendelssohn, Schumann and Chopin in aid of Safe Passage UK, a charity that aims to help refugee children find legal routes into the UK.
Gulwali Passarlay’s journey to the UK, as told in his autobiography, “The Lightless Sky: A Twelve-Year-Old Refugee’s Harrowing Escape from Afghanistan and His Extraordinary Journey Across Half The World”, shaped his future and inspired an insatiable determination and commitment to raise awareness and make a difference for other refugees by co-founding the charity organisation My Bright Kite.
Tippett Quartet return to Conway Hall to perform a programme of works for string quartet and soprano with Héloïse Werner
Join the Primadonnas and some very special guests for a unique night of literature, drama and poetry as we announce the winner of the first ever Primadonna Prize, with Lemn Sissay, Joanne Harris and Neil Hegarty. Followed by Notes To The Forgotten She-Wolves performances from Winsome Pinnock, Athena Stevens and Catherine Mayer.
My Life in Outer Space – An Astronaut’s Story of Invention Kathryn Sullivan In Conversation With Hannah MacInnes | Wednesday 4th March
She is the first American woman to walk in space – a pioneering NASA scientist and astronaut living and working at the final frontier. Now she joins us to tell her astonishing story.
Join The Architectural Review and the Architects’ Journal in discussion with architects shortlisted in the W Awards 2020 (formerly the Women in Architecture awards)
Witness the future generation of music stars, as students from the internationally-renowned conservatoire take to the Conway Hall stage.
In a fundraiser for our “affordable for all” Sunday Concerts series, our Director of Music Simon Callaghan, concertmaster Benjamin Marquise Gilmore and leading cellist Ashok Klouda traverse the trios of Beethoven.