Swing out at the Winter Ball. Join us for a taster lindy hop class at the start of the night and dance the evening away with our great vintage DJs.
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One of Britain’s most sought-after chamber groups, the Aquinas Piano Trio make their debut at Conway Hall, performing a trio of Classic and Romantic gems by Mozart, Saint-Saëns and Brahms. Free entry for under-26s, courtesy of the CAVATINA Chamber Music Trust.
An evening of Croatian music, words, art and wine. Listen to a live reading from the first full-length English translation of Uncle Maroye by Marin Držić, violinist Anda Vican playing works by Luka Sorkočević and see an exhibition of photographs of Dubrovnik taken by Bari Goddard.
An awe-inspiring talk from Adam Larter followed by mass singalongs to power ballads, an awesome spoken word artist, a story from a member of our community and a vat of tea afterwards.
The Engegard Quartet joins us all the way from Norway to perform string quartets by Haydn and Bartók, and an all-Scandinavian second half featuring a selection of folk songs. Free entry for under-26s, courtesy of the CAVATINA Chamber Music Trust.
a school of thought presents an interactive event showcasing the power of language through engaging with texts and speeches about women and equality. Co-developed by: Adam Ramejkis, Anna Rose, Barbara Kukovec, Chloe Carleton, Gian Alberto Kiefner, Joe Bolton, Jose Luis Luque, Ruth Carter and Sally Souraya.
The Wihan Quartet from the Czech Republic return to Conway Hall with a programme featuring Haydn, Suk and Franz Xaver Richter, a rarely-heard French composer from the Classical era. Free entry for under-26s, courtesy of the CAVATINA Chamber Music Trust.
What if modern policing’s problem is not its training, diversity or methods but its dramatic expansion over the last forty years and the fundamental shift in its role in society? What if the problem is policing itself? Are there alternatives to more police officers, more oppressive laws and more incarceration?
With a lemon for a visual aid, scientist, awesome communicator and space cadet Vijay Shah will answering this question and more, leaving you feeling like a rocket scientist, as part of British Science Week! Plus there’s power ballads to sing along to and a vat of tea and coffee for after.
Critically-acclaimed pianist Mark Bebbington performs John Ireland’s Piano Sonata, written just after the First World War, before joining the Coull Quartet to perform piano quintets by Ian Venables and Brahms. This concert is kindly supported by the RVW Trust and John Ireland Trust. Free entry for under-26s, courtesy of the CAVATINA Chamber Music Trust.
This is an adult only, evening gathering, with a glass of wine (if you like), to raise funds for Sunday Assembly London! If you sometimes struggle to get up on a Sunday and would love to come to a Sunday Assembly where we can talk about things that aren’t suitable for children’s ears, this one is for YOU! With speaker Alix Fox.