1968 was a year of political upheaval and rebellion, but those times were also important in culture and education – and not just in rock music! This event celebrates those times and asks, what is the legacy? Chaired by Michael Rosen, with speakers including Tariq Ali, Melissa Benn, Ken Loach and Professor Lynne Segal.
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The Small Publishers’ Fair is an annual celebration of books by contemporary artists, poets, writers and book designers. It is held in Conway Hall in London’s Bloomsbury on the second weekend in November.
Don’t miss an extraordinary collection of adventure and climbing films from some of the world’s best adventure filmmakers.
Bright Stars jumpstarts the festive season in this Christmas concert presented by the International Culture and Arts Exchange London, featuring Haraya Choir with special guest Holborn Community Orchestra. A wonderful evening to hear and enjoy Christmas favourites and classics with other beautiful songs of love and hope.
Celebrate Christmas with Beethoven and Others in Style – Claudio Bohorquez & Alberto Portugheis | Saturday 15th December
Come and celebrate Beethoven in style with Claudio Bohorquez (cello) and Alberto Portugheis (piano). This is a unique opportunity to experience the performance of two international, well-known and highly respected interpreters of Beethoven, who will join forces in telling the story of the composer’s life through his five Cello and Piano Sonatas, on the eve of his birthday.
Save the date for the Foundation’s Second Annual Stuart Hall Public Conversation. Join invited speakers and a growing community of artists, students, academics, cultural activists and engaged citizens as they consider how to reimagine and reclaim public space in the context of present social and political upheavals.
Two events celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the start of the Women’s Liberation Movement in the UK
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.
Conway Hall, Antiuniversity Now and the London Anti-fascist Assembly (LAFA) invite you to join author Mark Bray, who will talk about the growing threat of global fascism and discuss possible directions towards building a coordinated, strong and sustainable antifascist movement.
*Until 09 Aug 2019* In celebration of Refugee Week 2019, this exhibition by Adiam Yemane offers inspiring stories of newcomers who entered the UK claiming asylum or as refugees. It celebrates the lives of people who have worked hard to fulfil their potential and despite, in many cases experiencing overwhelming odds, succeed.
Let’s dream the possible as we explore the power of asking “What if…?”. Come to hear short, inspiring and thought-provoking talks from over 20 activists, adventurers, growers and more as they share ideas and dream the possible for London as a National Park City.
The London School of Philosophy is delighted to announce registration is now open for the next in our tremendously successful annual fixture hosted at Conway Hall.