Following the advice of the UK government, and in line with advice from the Director-General of the World Health Organisation, we have, with regret, decided to temporarily close the doors of Conway Hall…
Join us for our Saturday Salsa Special. With one of the best dance floors around. If you have never been to one of our socials in this venue, please come join us for a great night of dancing! Starting with a class from Gil and Shelley, dancing until 2 am!
The freedom of the press has been centrally important in the history of humanism. Many of humanist heritage’s key individuals have fought for press freedom as writers, publishers, booksellers, and readers. Join Humanists UK and Conway Hall to improve representation of these figures on Wikipedia.
Tom Roberts traces the life of the Murdochs, how Rupert Murdoch’s view of the world was formed, and assesses its impact on the media that influences our politics today.
Witness the future generation of music stars, as students from the internationally-renowned conservatoire take to the Conway Hall stage.
Director of Music Simon Callaghan is joined by Benjamin Marquise Gilmore and Ashok Klouda in the second of three concerts traversing the complete piano trios of Ludwig van Beethoven.
In this free pre-concert talk, Robert Hugill explores the mystery of Bach’s cello suites. We know neither when, nor for whom they were written. There is even dispute about the exact instrument for which they were written.
A fantastic opportunity to witness the future generation of music stars, as they perform live on the Conway Hall stage.
Ethical Matters: No Visible Bruises – What We Don’t Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us | Monday 18th May
Love, desire, intimacy — we all know what these are meant to look like. But what happens when they descend into violence? Rachel Louise Snyder’s perceptions changed on domestic violence changed when she began talking to the victims and perpetrators.
We welcome the United Strings of Europe to give the world premiere of a new work by Rodgman, flanked by two Beethoven masterpieces. They appear again at Conway Hall on 6 June, as part of their New Horizons series.