Collage 35 x 25cm
Event logo for Bloomsbury Festival and Conway Hall.
Activists and Architects of Change.
Bloomsbury Festival is five-day celebration of the area’s pioneering creativity. Presenting an inspiring programme of arts, science, literature, performance, discussion and reflection, each October the Festival shines a light on the radical imaginations, institutions, and 11,000 residents that shape contemporary Bloomsbury.
2018 marks the centenary of The Representation of the People Act 1918. Bloomsbury has rich history of activism and is as radical now as it has ever been; Bloomsbury institutions, thinkers and scientists pioneer change across the arts and sciences. Named after Bloomsbury resident Mary Wollstonecraft’s famous 1792 paper, Rights of Woman, Conway Hall will host rousing talks, vital debates and thought-provoking exhibitions from some of the boldest and bravest voices around.