Synonymous across the world with the glamourous era of Art Deco and Jazz, Alex Mendham and his Orchestra invite you to embark on a romantic musical voyage through time as they premiere the Fascinatin’ Rhythm album.
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Professor Kimberley Wade is a cognitive psychologist whose research explores the causes of autobiographical memory distortions. She will help us to understand how this phenomenon occurs and why it might actually be good for us.
Hailed by Bernard Greenhouse as ‘the new Beaux Arts Trio’, the Greenwich Trio are gaining an increasingly strong reputation, placing the core repertoire at the centre of their work.
Fascism is not a horror that we have left in the past; it is a recurring nightmare that is happening again – and we need to find a better way to fight it. Paul Mason, the bestselling author of Post-Capitalism, offers a guide to resisting the far right. This talk will be held at Conway Hall AND online.
With a landmark venue, and over 100 years of championing independent voices promoting equality, social justice, and a better life for all – we call that ETHICS – Conway Hall offers a dynamic platform for those driven by the same passion for change.
As we come out of our shelters and stretch our creaky joints, it’s time to move these bodies once more. 5-1/2 years ago, Sunday Assembly London had its first ever ceilidh, and it was a huge success! We’ve decided to bring it back in celebration of this beautiful community staying strong.
Guy Standing investigates the precariat, a new and growing group, finding a frustrated and angry new underclass who are often ignored by politicians and economists. Are you one of them and how has Covid affected you? This talk will be held at Conway Hall AND online.
Formed under the midnight sun in Lofoten in 2006, the Engegård Quartet has rapidly become one of Norway’s most sought-after ensembles.
NW Live Arts perform a fantastic melee of different types of music from different cultures interlaced with poetry readings exploring the meaning of ‘belonging’.
Ollie Tunmer, the founder and director of Beat Goes On,, promotes the use of music as a means of encouraging wellbeing, for both individuals and teaching communities. For this assembly, Ollie will tell his story of how he became a music educator, as well as give a short demonstration of his body percussion workshops.
Conway Hall’s Clements Prize for Composers is re-launched in 2021, with a final round performed by members of the Piatti Quartet and a special exhibition of scores submitted to the competition in the first part of the twentieth century.
Café Humaniste: Living at the Intersection of Gender Identity, Race and Belief, with Miss saHHara | Wednesday 20th October
During this Café Humaniste event, Miss saHHara will delve into African Queer and Trans history, celebrating the trans community in Africa.