*Every Tue • Wed • Thu until Oct 2019* Monument for Chelsea Manning is on temporary loan to Conway Hall Library and is an ongoing project by artist John Reardon. Reardon is artist in residence in the Politics Department at Goldsmiths, London.
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Special and one-off events
On the 90th anniversary of the opening of our building, Conway Hall will be opening its doors for Open House weekend.
Join our Fun Palace, full of free and fun activities, celebrating culture in our community! Immerse yourself in art, learn about the history of the local area, put your science knowledge to the test, explore your dance skills, think, explore and create. Whatever your age, there’s something for everyone!
An award-nominated space adventure set in an alternate 1970s where players are put right into the heart of the age’s great space agencies. There is a tentative global alliance between America, Russia and Europe, and all hopes rest on one astronaut.
We all know and feel that the political system is broken – or at least, it isn’t working as well as it should be. But what would a better or new one look like? We’re going to use this exciting opportunity to map out a new vision for our political system and how we will get to it.
London Artists Projects present a new International performance event mixing memoir, image, poetry, music and live testimony from participants speaking truth to power in response to the question ‘who has power over you and what do you want to say to them?’
LGBT people have contributed greatly to the society of Bloomsbury and enjoy a degree of freedom in London which is celebrated at the annual Pride festival. However, in many parts of the world, people still often experience a tension between their sexual identities and the attitudes which predominate within established religious institutions. In this discussion, we hear the stories of those from several faiths and cultures who have joined the quest to find a spiritual home, including those who have embraced secularism.