MADE IN MIDTOWN BY CONWAY HALL BEES. Conway Hall and BEE Midtown invite you to our From Hive to Jar: BEE Breakfast from 10.00 to 12.00 on Friday 27 April, 2018 at the newly-opened Hive Café @ Conway Hall.
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As London neighbourhoods continue to feel the effects of austerity and gentrification, the Serpentine presents Rights to the City?, a one-day forum where artists, organisations and practitioners from around the world will gather to explore the place of social and political activity in art making.
Celebrate the centenary of the women’s vote by marching with the Ladies Bridge banner at Artichoke’s Processions on 10th June. Join the team the week before to prepare for the march by making handprinted headscarves, badges, rosettes & banners. You’re invited to share songs, poems, performances and cake.
Film Fans and collectors should head to THE FILM FAIR 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…
Pianist Maria Canyigueral presents ‘Avant-guarding Mompou’, an exploration of Spanish composer and pianist Frederic Mompou and his Cançons i danses, as part of the Inspired by… series of concerts organised by EUNIC (European Union of National Institutes of Culture) which present new creations by composers from the EU inspired by great European composers.
An evening with Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy and fellow poets Gillian Clarke (National Poet of Wales, 2008-2016), Imtiaz Dharker, Jackie Kay (Scots Makar) and guest poet Maura Dooley, with musical interludes from MC John Sampson.
Join us for a special concert as we celebrate the special platform that Conway Hall provided for women musicians during the first few decades of the Sunday Concerts, since it began in 1887 under the previous name of the South Place Sunday Popular Concerts.
how to: An Evening with former President of Pakistan General Musharraf in conversation with Yalda Hakim | Monday 9th July
An Evening with former President of Pakistan General Musharraf in conversation with Yalda Hakim
The London Humanist Choir presents One Life, our annual evening of music and comedy ‘in celebration of the one life we have’. It’s the climax to a busy year of rehearsals and concerts by the UK’s foremost community atheist, humanist, and secular choir.
Becoming White Elk: The Bizarre Adventures of the Jazz Age’s Greatest Imposter | Monday 3rd September
The spellbinding tale of hustler Edgar Laplante—the king of Jazz Age con artists—who becomes Chief White Elk the war hero, sports star, civil rights campaigner, Cherokee nation leader—and total fraud. Paul Willetts brings this previously untold story to life in all its surprising absurdity.
Marcus Sedgwick and Dr Sam George – The Battle of the Books: Frankenstein v. Dracula | Tuesday 4th September
To celebrate publication of The Monsters We Deserve, a reappraisal of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, prizewinning author Marcus Sedgwick and gothic expert Dr Sam George go head to head in the battle of the books, Frankenstein v. Dracula.
Conway Hall will be opening its doors as part of Open House weekend. From 10am until 5pm you’ll be able to join hourly tours and learn about the history of our Society and the building itself.