Come and hear writers from 26 talk about their creative response to Bloomsbury Festival’s events.
This performance includes new dance work created during the pandemic plus a Q&A with the choreographers and dancers… and even a chance to try out a few Street Dance moves!
Bestselling science writer Michael Brooks takes us on a fascinating journey through the history of civilisation, as he explains why maths is fundamental to our understanding of the world. This talk will be held at Conway Hall AND online.
A wonderful opportunity to enjoy an exquisite selection of Bach on Conway Hall’s wonderful Bösendorfer.
Hilary Mantel will talk to David Runciman and Helen Thompson for a live episode of the podcast Talking Politics, discussing the Tudor court, revolutionary France, royal bodies and more. This talk will be held at Conway Hall AND online.
Swing Street Ball returns to Conway Hall for their Halloween Special, with the wonderful Palace Avenue Swing, featuring the ever-popular Louise Messenger, plus top DJ Baroness Jo Jo and many surprises.
In 2018 the Eusebius Quartet were finalists in the Royal Over-Seas League Music Competition, and they have frequently been invited to perform live on BBC Radio 3’s ‘In Tune’.
In the 2021 Roy Palmer Lecture, Jeremy Harte will talk about traditional songs of the workplace, which many artisans used to build humour and camaraderie into their everyday work. *This event is ONLINE ONLY due to rising Covid infections*
Debbie Sadler, the advice manager at the charitable organisation Unlock, explains how most of the problems faced by former convicts are a direct result of discrimination. Unlock helps them to break free from this and to find a better life.
*POSTPONED* Thinking On Sunday: Women in the Picture – Women, Art and the Power of Looking | Sunday 7th November
Women’s identity has long been stifled by a limited set of archetypes, found everywhere in pictures from art history’s classics to advertising, while women artists have been overlooked and held back from shaping more empowering roles. Art historian Catherine McCormack asks us to look again. This talk will be held online only.
The Fidelio Trio are enthusiastic champions of the piano trio genre, performing the widest possible range of repertoire on concert stages across the world.