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Talks, Debates & Lectures taking place at Conway Hall

December 2019

Cabinet Gallery and Fitzcarraldo Editions celebrate the launch of Old Food by Ed Atkins at Conway Hall, with a live reading by Toby Jones.

January 2020

Join the Michelin-starred chef, bestselling author and BBC presenter Tom Kerridge for a practical guide to starting the New Year in great shape.

Criss-crossing the British Isles with a haul of statistics, charts and equations, Stuart Newman’s Britain by Numbers vividly bringing our nation to life in new and unexpected ways by showing who lives here, where we work, who we marry, what crimes we commit and much else besides.

We need to stem the flow of plastic pollution into our environment but is the best to consider how we use all resources, and the need to change our expectations, goals and lifestyle? Professor Chris Rhodes discusses solving the plastic problem

British composer, journalist, and lecturer Robert Hugill returns to Conway Hall to give a FREE pre-concert talk about the evening’s programme.

“Carroll leads you so gently and comfortably into his quantum world that you quickly forget you are being given access to the most profound ideas about the nature of reality.” – Jim Al-Khalili

Gareth E. Rees believes that the retail car park has as much mystery, magic and terror as any mountain, meadow or wood. He’s out to prove it by walking the car parks of Britain, journeying across the country from Plymouth to Edinburgh.

Criss-crossing the British Isles with a haul of statistics, charts and equations, Stuart Newman’s Britain by Numbers vividly bringing our nation to life in new and unexpected ways by showing who lives here, where we work, who we marry, what crimes we commit and much else besides.

February 2020

Harmful practices due to belief in witchcraft have seen a huge increase in the past six years both globally and in the UK and Kirsty Brimelow QC and author and campaigner Syd Moore have joined forces to expose this phenomenon.

When we talk about human history, we focus on great leaders, mass migration and decisive wars. But how has the Earth itself determined our destiny? How has our planet made us?

The single greatest indicator of what your job will be is the job of your parents. Power and privilege are concentrated among the 7% of the privately educated population. Hashi Mohamed tell his story of social mobility and inequality – and a searching analysis of what needs to change.

Why did women join ISIS? What is the line between victim and collaborator? Azadeh Moaveni discusses an intimate account of the women who made a shocking decision: to leave their lives behind and join the Islamic State.

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