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Talks, Debates & Lectures taking place at Conway Hall

December 2019

Take a journey in search of London’s lost rivers… Below the pavements, out of sight, a network of secret rivers pulses beneath the capital’s busy pavements. But while they may be hidden from view, clues remain, and this talk will show you how to find them.

DigitalXChange is back in London with two new speakers. Jann Kirchhoff from BMW Motorrad in Munich will talk About petrolheads and mobile apps while Alexander Hipp from N26 in Barcelona will tell us How we set up our team for Continuous Product Discovery at N26.

After her first Supreme Court victory, Gina Miller was asked how she could keep going at the cost of so much pain and aggravation. To her the answer was obvious: she’d been doing it all her life.

New Left Review editor Malcolm Bull will be in conversation with Michael Hardt, whose article with Antonio Negri in the next issue of NLR examines the contemporary relevance of their classic text on globalization, Empire, twenty years on from its publication.

As innovations in military technologies race toward ever-greater levels of AI and autonomy, Dr Elke Schwarz reframes the debates around automation and violent technologies.

British composer, journalist, and lecturer Robert Hugill, returns to Conway Hall for a free Pre-Concert Talk, exploring the invention of the saxophone.

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.

Professor Chris Rhodes discusses the flow of plastic pollution into our environment and considers how we use all resources to change our expectations, goals and lifestyle.

A full day of philosophy, more than 30 events: lectures, discussions, workshops, award, philosophy with children and more. Only £1 for the whole day!

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

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