The Coull Quartet has performed and broadcast extensively throughout the UK, and has made tours of Western Europe, the Americas, Australia, China, India and the Far East.
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Ethical Matters: We are “nature” defending itself – Art, Activism and Autonomous zones | Monday 15th November
In 2008 Isabelle Fremeaux and Jay Jordan went search of post-capitalist utopias. They arrived at an illegally occupied 4,000 acres of wetlands where an international airport was planned. There the 40-year-long struggle snatched an incredible victory, defeating the airport expansion project through a powerful cocktail that merged creation and resistance. This talk will be held at Conway Hall AND online.
Rapping ghosts, a woman who gave birth to rabbits, a levitating Frenchman in a Chinese Temple and outrageous astrological predictions. As Ian Keable explains, ‘Fake news’, ‛going viral’ and ‛social media’ may be modern terms, but these concepts have been with us for centuries. This talk will be held at Conway Hall AND online.
What role can entrepreneurship play for women refugees and how can this change society’s perceptions of asylum seekers? Kate Allen, Isobelle Ford, Yeukai Taruvinga and Maria Igwebuike explore themes of empowerment through enterprise.
Join the London Fortean Society and friends for a day of British folklore, cursed paths, giants, witches and more. Speakers include author Syd Moore, Alixe Bovey and Mark Norman of The Folklore Podcast.This talk will be held at Conway Hall AND online.
Former BBC New Generation Artists, the Galliard Ensemble is established as one of Britain’s leading chamber groups.
A welcome return to Conway Hall by the young, upcoming Alauda Quartet)
Mick Flannery and multi-instrumentalist Susan O’Neill come together for a performance of their album ‘In the Game’.
Callum and Richard’s programme showcases Viennese and German composers who arguably sidelined in their lifetimes.