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Introducing a monthly book club for members and friends, where we discuss some of the titles produced by our resident publishers, as well as the occasional guest sessions hosted by staff and other residents.
The very first session of the book club will be held on Friday, 24th February at 6pm, and will be a preliminary meeting to get to know each other and get hold of the first title on our reading list: the classic Shusako Endo novel, Silence.
The book club will be held on the fourth Friday of every month, in the Conway Hall Library from 6-7:30pm.
Sunday Lecture: Oh! Scientology! Church Of Fear presents:
“Wolf Moon”: the Spanish Civil War and Resistance as Literary Inspiration with Dr. Gareth Wood
Conatus News presents:
Dobrinsky / Blaumane / Foo Trio presents:
Conway Hall and University of the Arts London presents:
Exhibition opening event, The Library, 6.30pm, Fri 5 May. All welcome. Drinks served the art of thinking (#sharing sketchbooks) An exhibition which aims to reveal the preliminary processes – through…
Boring Conference presents:
The Boring Conference is a one-day celebration of the mundane, the ordinary, the obvious and the overlooked – subjects often considered trivial and pointless, but when examined more closely reveal themselves to be deeply fascinating.
Slaves of Duty and Tricks of the Governing Class presents:
Sunday Assembly London presents:
British Humanist Association presents:
The World’s Most Improbable Event with Marc Abrahams presents:
A one day workshop for anyone who supports survivors of trauma in a personal and/or professional capacity.
Adlerian Society UK presents:
In this provocative talk Dr. Dean Whittington, author of Wrenching Open the Doors of Perception, Beaten into Violence and Psychologically Informed Environments (amongst others), talks about how to generate therapeutic regeneration of those groups previously written off.
Conway Hall Ethical Society presents:
The world is changing in unexpected ways. The power of radical ideas and groups is growing. What was once considered extreme is now the mainstream. But what is the real power of radicals? And what does the future hold? Jamie Bartlett discusses these areas in his new book.
how to: Academy presents:
London Fortean Society presents:
One summer in the 12th century harvesters in the fields of the Suffolk village of Woolpit were amazed when two children suddenly appeared, as if out of the ground. Their skin was green, and they spoke an unintelligible language. Later, when they had learnt enough English to communicate, they said they came from a land called St Martin’s Land, where the sun never shone.