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August 2018

Magdalena Bak-Maier

Irrespective of profession, age, culture or sexuality, the journey towards embracing who we really are can be the hardest process in life, and never ends.

For over a decade, Dr Magdalena Bak-Maier has been developing and experimenting with how to connect heart and mind, body and spirit for personal empowerment. This process creates lasting transformation, effective behaviour change and even healing. Her techniques are easy to learn and implement.

September 2018

From a cyber-crime raid in suburbia to the engine rooms of Silicon Valley, and from the digital soldiers of Berkshire to the hackers of Las Vegas, pioneering technology researcher Carl Miller traces how power – the most important currency of all – is being transformed, fought over, won and lost.

no asylum

Alternatives presents a screening of the No Asylum movie and talks by its director Paula Fouce and Auschwitz survivor Eva Schloss, step-sister of Anne Frank.

Thu, 5th Jul, 2018

The spellbinding tale of hustler Edgar Laplante—the king of Jazz Age con artists—who becomes Chief White Elk the war hero, sports star, civil rights campaigner, Cherokee nation leader—and total fraud. Paul Willetts brings this previously untold story to life in all its surprising absurdity.

A series of Wednesday evening talks starting on 5th September running until 10th October. Featuring Dr Stacy Banwell, Dr Kevin Brown, Dr Jane Jordan, Dr Julia Laite, Dr Siobhán Hearne and Prof Roger Matthews.
Presented by Conway Hall Ethical Society and curated by Deborah Lavin.

simon wallfisch fitzwilliam quartet

Simon Wallfisch is unique in the musical world as both an accomplished cellist and much-respected singer. He performs with the Fitzwilliam Quartet music from both sides of the Atlantic, culminating in Schubert’s mighty Quintet in C. Free entry for those aged 8-25 courtesy of CAVATINA.

What would life on earth look like in 50 million years; long after the extinction of humanity? Join Dougal Dixon, palaeontologist, geologist and author, in conversation with vertebrate palaeontologist and science writer Darren Naish to mark the return of Dixon’s astonishing speculative-evolution book ‘After Man: A Zoology of the Future’.

From the moment syphilis appeared in Europe at the end of the 15th century and its direct connection to sex was worked out, prostitutes were blamed while male clients were viewed as hapless victims. Kevin Brown will discuss how gendered attitudes informed the health debate around syphilis from 1495-1945.

Chapman Cohen

In this talk celebrating the 150th anniversary of Chapman Cohen’s birth, Bob Forder will outline Cohen’s fascinating career and provide an insight into his work.

There has been a long and vibrant relationship between LGBTQ people, homosexuality and consumer capitalism since the late nineteenth. Using sources ranging through early men’s magazines and erotic publications, government documents, business archives and oral histories, Justin Bengry asks who benefited from commercial interest in homosexuality?

I Musicanti

I Musicanti returns to Conway Hall with a programme featuring the world premiere of York-born composer Robin Walker’s The Song of Bone on Stone, especially written for the ensemble’s artistic director Leon Bosch, and an intimate arrangement of Beethoven’s ‘Emperor’ Concerto. Free entry for those aged 8-25 courtesy of CAVATINA.

Piano Auctions at Conway Hall, London

As the world’s leading auctioneers of pianos and keyboard instruments and with over 35 years of experience, our specialist team is able to offer the best professional advice on selling or buying your instrument.  Viewing takes place from the Tuesday to Thursday of each sale at Conway Hall.

Wed, 8th Nov, 2017
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