A series of drop-in workshops led by Sean Bruno and Luke Dixon, exploring ways of creation for writers, actors, directors, live artists, dancers, choreographers, photographers, singers and anyone with an unrealised creative urge. Each week a different exercise will help the creative juices flow.
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Courses and Workshops taking place at Conway Hall
The processes of addiction and recovery can be very hard to understand from the perspectives of common-sense, clinic and theory. But today, as Professor Gabriel Segal will explain, ideas from Alcoholics Anonymous, psychology and neuroscience fit neatly together to form a coherent explanation of these perplexing phenomena.
A self-development workshop in partnership with Psychologies Magazine. Author Dr David Hamilton will discuss exciting new research that shows exactly how kindness impacts on your health, relationships and life.
Renowned psychotherapist and bereavement counsellor Julia Samuels leads a compassionate and supportive discussion of what it means to lose someone you love.
Talk To Your Baby is the UK’s only annual early years conference and, this year, we will be looking at why the critical importance of early language is currently receiving so much attention from politicians and policy-makers.
Pexava Salsa present their monthly Thursday Social at Conway Hall. Join them on one of London’s best dance floors for a great night of salsa, with classes and DJs until 11.30pm.
This 8 week course will look at some remarkable people and movements who spoke up and campaigned for progressive ideas and social change in London from the 1790s-1940s. It will tell their individual and collective stories, explore how they popularised their ideas, and influenced each other, visit sites of protest, and consider their lasting achievements.
This workshop is an immersive experience and throughout the day we’ll be listening to stories, dressing up, having fun and creating images – alone and with others. We’ll reflect on what we create together at the end of the day.
Lingua Diversa run lunchtime and evening courses at Conway Hall, from beginner to advanced level and last for 10 consecutive weeks.
Through an interactive classroom session followed by a guided walk, David Rosenberg explores the complex and conflicted history of women’s battle for equality and political rights, how it was connected to the wider struggle to advance democracy, the birth of feminism, and women’s fights for equality and dignity in the workplace
Next year’s conference, The Playing Human, is taking shape and will take place on 27-28 September 2018.