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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Films screenings, theatre, performance, dance and drama at Conway Hall
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.
Join in with this specialised film society, screening double bills of classic (and not so classic!) horror and fantasy films every month.
Since 1966, the Gothique Film Society has been screening double bills of ‘gothique’ films to like-minded souls. They meet once a month, between October and March to watch, appreciate and pass a critical eye over films in the horror and fantasy genres.
A carnival of exhibitionists and seekers, peddlers of tales and talents, a cornucopia of performance delights! The Conway Collective brings together another of its legendary artistic collaborations in a new mix of both experienced and fresh young talent.
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.
This one-day event brings you everything for the film and television memorabilia collector with quality stands fully loaded with merchandise, and you can meet special guests; Norman Eshley, Ben Loyd-Holmes and Jenny Runacre.
Charlotte Payne Townshend was an Irish heiress and in her early 40s when she mar-ried playwright George Bernard Shaw. This one-woman show explores her life, beliefs and marriage in her own words and those of her contemporaries, with accompaniment on Celtic Harp.