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Films screenings, theatre, performance, dance and drama at Conway Hall
A chance to hear W.S. Gilbert’s rarely performed 3 act farce, Tom Cobb or, Fortune’s Toy, which was first premiered in 1875. The play will be read by members of the Society taking the parts including 2 of our Vice Presidents in leading roles.
Two events celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the start of the Women’s Liberation Movement in the UK
Film Fans and collectors should head to this event, with a selection of quality stands loaded with film memorabilia, merchandise and collectables – Classics, Horror, Sci-fi, Cult – DVD – Blu-ray – VHS – Magazines – Books – Posters – Stills – Postcards – Cards – T Shirts – Autographs & Special Guest Signings…
What does Romeo and Juliet say about #MeToo? Or Julius Caesar about Donald Trump? Michael Pennington, Natascha McElhone, Jonathan Forbes and Oxford’s Emma Smith star in a dazzling tribute to the greatest playwright of the 21st or any other century.
One World is new choral theatre written by award-winning songwriter Helen Yeomans. The show illuminates the crossroads at which the human race presently stands and how we relate to each other and our environment. Powerful, fresh and uplifting. “One of the most moving musical events I have ever experienced”.
We The Peoples Film Festival presents: The End of Nuclear Weapons? Two important films will be screened: the main feature The Beginning of the End of Nuclear Weapons by Álvaro Orús, and the short film Yemen! Saudi Arabia! U.S.! And How We Got This Way! by Kevin Hourigan. A post-screening open discussion will be held with speaker Bruce Kent.
Christodoulos Panayiotou with Jean Capeille will present a new version of his performance, exploring the hierarchical order of literal, metaphorical and symbolic deaths on the stage, as well as the philological concept of ‘tragic irony’, through readings, videos and dance.
For their first opera production, Fidelio Orchestra are putting on Beethoven’s one and only work for the theatre, Fidelio. The director Andrew Coppin will narrate the story of Florestan, an overworked employee of a billion-pounds tech company, and its liberation at the hands of his wife Leonore.
A new play by writer Bren Gosling about three Londoners entering their seventh decade. Serious drama with comedy elements.
Thrust into power, a young Roman Emperor seeks life as a musician and performer, but a series of threats against his life may prove to be his final act… Henry Cao, Lux Knightley & Luke McCormick – Championing diversity in new original musical theatre both on and off-stage!