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Conway Hall

25 Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL

By Bus: Route 98 comes via Oxford Street and terminates in Red Lion Square. Routes 19, 38, 55 and 243 pass by the Theobalds Road entrance to the Hall. Any bus to Holborn, Grays Inn Road or Southampton Row/Kingsway comes close to Conway Hall.

By Underground: Holborn Station (Central and Piccadilly lines) is approximately five minutes walk away. Also within reasonable walking distance are Chancery Lane and Russell Square.

Travelling by Train and Coach: Farringdon, Euston, Waterloo & Waterloo East, Kings Cross and London’s Eurostar Terminal St. Pancras International are under 15 minutes journey from Conway Hall. See National Rail for more details and planning your journey. See Trainline for discounted tickets for trains and coaches.

Cycling: There is a Cycle Hire docking station on the corner of Red Lion Square and Old North Street. There are two more docking stations on Theobald’s Road and on Red Lion Street. You can find more about cycle hire on the TFL website here: tfl.gov.uk/modes/cycling/santander-cycles. There are cycle racks available around the perimeter of Red Lion Square. Please see here for a google street view.


The Conway Hall is owned by the Conway Hall Ethical Society and is situated on historic Red Lion Square in Holborn, central London. It stages concerts, talks and exhibitions.


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