You can find more videos of our talks, debates and concerts on our YouTube Channel. Ian Dunt: Coronavirus and Populism Sunday Concerts: Fenella Humphreys & Simon Callaghan Hubble Telescope 30th Anniversary: Kathy Sullivan
What We Do
Conway Hall is Where Ethics Matter
We curate, support and facilitate people and ideas that make ethics matter in the world.
We do this by hosting talks, concerts, exhibitions, courses, performances, community and social events, as well as through our learning programme.
Together, we are:
Creative • we believe in the power of creativity and culture to stretch our minds.
Diverse • we celebrate the benefits of many viewpoints and those working together for common goals & minority rights.
Historic • we embrace our history and share our heritage, in order to build a platform for future progress.
Human • we believe in the power of people solving problems together to build the world we want to live in.
Kind • we seek to avoid causing harm, preferring options which benefit people and help them to live freely.
For more information, please see our latest Annual Review (download link below).
Conway Hall has a long tradition of hosting radical and interesting speakers on social, political and cultural topics. Historically, these have been held in our central London venue but, as times have changed, we are currently hosting our talks online. About our different programming strands: Thinking on Sunday was launched…
We are proud to collaborate in programming and hosting talks, debates, community events, exhibitions and concerts with a range of partnership organisations, including Bloomsbury Festival, United Strings of Europe, Ubule Initiative, National Secular Society, Sophia Kosmaoglou and Sunday Assembly. Conway Hall is also home to the Lingua Diversa language school…