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Talks, Debates & Lectures taking place at Conway Hall

October 2019

In a world where fake news, mistrust of experts, prejudice and ignorance all too often hold sway, we can all too easily be misled over issues such as vaccinations, climate change or conspiracy theories. Knowing how to think clearly and critically has literally helped save the world.

November 2019

Award-winning comic Katy Brand pays homage to her obsession – a monster hit and work of genius with much to say about sex, love, romance, rights and responsibilities: Dirty Dancing.

The school inspectorate, Ofsted, recently revealed that there are around 6000 children at potential risk in illegal schools in England. Those with a religious character are particularly pernicious, with children generally provided with an extremely narrow, faith-based curriculum and often exposing children to homophobic, misogynistic, and extremist literature.

Join Dr Jeff Levin, a visionary Master Healer and the founder of Life Alignment for a free evening of enlightening, life changing demonstrations. Experience this multi-dimensional healing system that assists in our quest towards optimal health and wellness.

Immigration and inequality, slowing growth and climate change – these are sources of anxiety across the world. Award-winning MIT Professor Esther Duflo has bold new answers.

magCulture’s annual conference championing the very best in editorial creativity, formerly known as ModMag, returns this November with a brand new name.

Learn to overcome self-imposed limitations and harness your innate limitless potential in this masterclass from the bestselling author of The Miracle Morning, Hal Elrod.

In the 2010s socioeconomic factors led to the widespread and increased disenfranchisement of poorer people from the mainstream media and the institutions shaping it. To put it plainly: the vast majority of people now tasked with creating our media simply lack the sensibilities that have always driven artistic innovation.

British composer, journalist, and lecturer Robert Hugill, returns to Conway Hall for a free Pre-Concert Talk, exploring the impact of Mozart’s first piano quartet.

To combat the climate crisis, Western diets have to change. Does this mean sacrifice – or ingenious, delicious and healthy new ways of feeding the world? We’re bringing together the scientists and innovators saving our planet by inventing the food of the future. The science is unequivocal. Globalised food production…

What can we learn from Holland about talking openly with our children about sex and relationships? Our expert line-up – BBC series Mimi On A Mission: Sex Ed producer Ida Bruusgaard, relationships and sex education teacher Jonny Hunt and Amsterdam-based journalist Mark Smith – will give parents their Netherlands-knowledge insight…

Learn how you can use the life-changing power of kindness to improve your life and help transform our world. Join us for an inspiring evening with Dr Kelli Harding and the Museum of Happiness to celebrate World Kindness Day.

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