Creative Europe Focus Session – Financial Management and Reporting
Creative Europe day course on collaboration and the funding available, provides beneficiary organisations with valuable opportunity to share skills and knowledge and co-develop innovative content over a number of years.
a glimpse of art and imagination, continued and evolving.
paintings on paper, collage and installation by Barbara Marks.
Opening event Thursday 7 July, 6pm to 9pm. All welcome. Drinks served.
Conway Hall are delighted to host a three month art residency by painter and printmaker, Barbara Marks.
Our next ProductTank on Wednesday 29 June will be dedicated to "pricing strategies and experiments." We will have great speakers taking us through product pricing and what's involved in creating a robust pricing strategy.
The London Omnibus Traction Society hold monthly meetings at Conway Hall, featuring guest speakers from the bus industry, slide and film shows, etc. Entrance is free to members and our sales stand attends each meeting.
Reggie Adams will share with us a unique new view of the world and an approach to maximizing human well-being. He advocates rallying around this position, ultimately to replace the current left/right wing paradigm of political thought.
What is the Nordic Model for dealing with prostitution? Why have Sweden, Norway, South Korea, Northern Ireland and France gone down this route? Should it be implemented in the UK? Campaigner and activist Janice Williams will take us through this highly controversial topic.
The keynote speaker for Sunday Assembly London on the 19th June is the fantastic Ernesto Moreno.
Ernesto was 9 years old when his mother tragically died in a car accident in which he was also travelling along with his younger brother and sister. However, that was only the beginning of what was to be a very difficult childhood and adolescence, a story that was going to include physical abuse, drugs and alcoholism.
**CANCELLED** London Thinks: Thinking the Unthinkable – Privatising the NHS
Due to unforeseen circumstances this event has had to be cancelled, but we are looking to hold it at a future date.
Tim Knox, Nick Cohen and the London Thinks audience debate the state of the NHS, and what its future could or should hold.
How to academy debates Brexit: Moderated by Matthew Taylor. Arguing to leave the EU: Tom Kremer, Roger Scruton, Daniel Hannan. Arguing to stay in the EU: Simon Glendinning, Justin Champion and Stanley Johnson. Don't Know: Adam Zamoyski.
Professor Takis Tridimas of King’s College London and Patricia Mary McKenna, well known activist and former MEP for Dublin will give you the hard facts you need to consider - on costs, immigration, trade, security and democratic and social issues and the range of possible ways these are affected by our ultimate decision.
A Radical Feminist Examination of Evolutionary Psychology
In this talk Marina Strinkovsky will look at what Evolutionary Psychology is, how it influences our interpretation of the social reality around us, and why this influence might be misleading and even harmful.
Personality vs Individuality: Which one rules your life?
In this meet up by Expanded Circles, you are invited to look inside yourself and see how you show up to the world. Are you showing up as your truth or are you putting on social masks in order to please others, to look good and not to upset anyone?
Sofie Hagan is our keynote speaker for Sunday Assembly on the 5th June. She will talk about her fat stomach, her wobbly thighs, her floppy arms and all of her chins and fat and how and why she learned to embrace and love every single kilogram of it.
Are you finding it difficult to decide whether or not to stay within the EU? A public philosophical enquiry about the EU Referendum debate, professionally facilitated by Miriam Cohen and Peter Worley from The Philosophy Foundation.
Come and experience a loved-up evening of geeky romance with bible historian Professor Francesca Stavrakopoulou, magician and philosopher James David Parker, and comedian Robin Ince as CFI UK presents 'Love Factually'.
Pervez Amir Ali Hoodbhoy is a nuclear physicist who teaches mathematics
and physics in Lahore and Islamabad. He is active in defending human
rights, opposing religious extremism, and advocating peace between
Pakistan and India.
We host talks, concerts, exhibitions, courses, performances, community and social events. However, we are an independent charity and receive no funding from the government. Everything we do is dependent upon our commercial activity and the generosity of supporters like you.