The Swedenborg Society's Grade II listed premises on Bloomsbury Way is host to many exhibitions and performances by contemporary artists.

Swedenborg Hall is also the venue for the annual Swedenborg Film Season and for the Swedenborg International Film Festival.

We also host talks and readings by writers on Swedenborgian themes. If you would like to collaborate on an event at Swedenborg House please contact us.



28 January 2017: Swedenborg Birthday Meeting



26 November 2016: Swedenborg Film Festival with Andrew Kötting

2 November 2016: Seeschlange: a performance & book launch with Iain Sinclair & Brian Catling

19-29 October 2016: Now It is Permitted: 24 Wayside Pulpits (exhibition as part of Bloomsbury Festival 2016) not open on sundays

22 September 2016: Inspiral London: Deep Topographies

5 August 2016: Novel London evening

6, 13, 20 and 27 June 2016: Swedenborg, Literature and the Imaginal: a series of seminars led by Dr William Rowlandson

17 March 2016: The Child Poet by Homero Aridjis | book launch

12 March 2016: In Celebration of Tomas Tranströmer

23 January 2016: Swedenborg Birthday Meeting (with Ken Worpole, Ian Hunt and Devin Zuber)

7 December 2015: Dummy Jim: special screening, book launch and conversation with director

8 November 2015: New Jerusalem: the good city and the good society - book launch and talk by Ken Worpole

26 October 2015: An Evening of Dreams: A Literary Round Table (with Chloe Aridjis, Homero Aridjis, Eva Hoffman, Darian Leader, Tom McCarthy and Selina Mills)

23 October 2015: Bloomsbury Festival | By Our Selves film screening

17 October 2015: Literary Kitchen Festival

17 October 2015: A Day With The Swedenborg Society | Purley Chase Centre

19 September 2015: Open House London

8-11 July 2015: Swedenborg Film Festival

2-4 June 2015: International Carl Bernhard Wadström Conference on Human Rights and the Abolition of Slavery

14 April 2015: An Angel Speaks: Selected Poems book launch

19 March 2015: Imaginal Landscapes book launch

24 January 2015: Swedenborg Birthday Lecture | Prof. Simon Schaffer

27 November 2014: Ken Worpole: Utopianism and Town Planning