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January 2019

Lingua Diversa language courses

Lingua Diversa run lunchtime and evening courses from beginner to advanced level in: Spanish, Italian, French, German and Brazilian-Portuguese. The next term will start week beginning 21 January and last for 11 consecutive weeks.

Start 2019 with practical ideas to help you get “beyond busy” and discover how to worry less, achieve more and love what you do. Bestselling author Graham Allcott will share practical, and potentially life-changing, ways to feel calmer and rediscover the joy in everyday life.

Our changes to the Earth in recent decades have altered our world beyond anything it has experienced in its 4.6 billion-year history. As a result, our planet is said to be crossing into the Anthropocene – the Age of Humans. In the first Thinking on Monday series talk, Gaia Vince shows us what the Anthropocene means for all of us.

Comic Robin Ince uses the life of the stand-up as a way of exploring some of the biggest questions we all face. Where does anxiety come from? How do we overcome imposter syndrome? What is the key to creativity? How can we deal with grief?

Writing the stories of what happens when women gather. This experiential creative writing workshop with Judi Sissons will focus on practical and enjoyable writing activities designed to facilitate creative flow and encourage participants to access imagination and emotions in a safe, non-judgemental setting.

Nina Edwards, author of Darkness, a Cultural History, reveals how the idea of darkness pervades art, literature, religion and every aspect of our everyday language.

Simon Callaghan is joined by two leading string players to present a programme of orchestral works by Berlioz and Richard Strauss.

What key aspects of our lives are predicted to shift radically over the next ten years? As Bloomsbury celebrates ten years of outstanding publishing as Bloomsbury Academic, we’ve invited some of our most fascinating authors to fill us in on the opportunities, challenges and biggest changes coming to our lives in the next ten years.

February 2019

For his debut performance at Conway Hall, Ben Goldscheider is joined by fellow BBC finalist Callum Smart and pianist Richard Uttley

Sophia Kingshill examines the complex family tree of the mermaid, from ancient images to modern media. Mythology, symbolism, romance and lechery, with a touch of fraud and a taste of salt.

Depression in a Digital Age author Fiona Thomas traces her life dealing with anxiety and the subsequent depression, and how a digital life helped her find her community, find her voice, find herself.

The Strad magazine described Quatuor Voce as ‘One of the best French quartets I have heard for some years’. We are delighted to welcome them to Conway Hall as part of a short UK tour.

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