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  • 30
    May
    2024

    Staffan Gnosspelius: “BEAR

    • Kennington
    • Free

    A solo exhibition of etchings by London based artist and illustrator Staffan Gnosspelius. Bear is a striking series of etchings about a bear struggling with depression and a hare trying to help him fight his way out of it.  

  • 30
    May
    2024

    Storytelling with Trisha Cooke

    • Norwood
    • Free

    Join Trish Cooke as she reads from her book Magic Callaloo! 

  • 30
    May
    2024

    Open Mic Poetry Night

    • Brixton
    • Free

    Calling all poets and spoken word artists, come and share your words with us. 
    Sign up on the night, so get there early.

  • 31
    May
    2024

    Staffan Gnosspelius: “BEAR

    • Kennington
    • Free

    A solo exhibition of etchings by London based artist and illustrator Staffan Gnosspelius. Bear is a striking series of etchings about a bear struggling with depression and a hare trying to help him fight his way out of it.  

  • 31
    May
    2024

    Storytime with StephanieTaylor

    • Norwood
    • Free

    Join Stephanie Taylor as she reads from her new book I'm Going to be a Princess!  

  • 31
    May
    2024

    LGBTQ+ book club discuss Mona of the Manor

    • Lambeth wide
    • Free

    When Mona Ramsey married Lord Teddy Roughton to secure his visa―allowing him to remain in San Francisco - she never imagined she would end up the sole owner of a romantic country manor in the UK.

  • 1
    Jun
    2024

    Staffan Gnosspelius: “BEAR

    • Kennington
    • Free

    A solo exhibition of etchings by London based artist and illustrator Staffan Gnosspelius. Bear is a striking series of etchings about a bear struggling with depression and a hare trying to help him fight his way out of it.  

  • 5
    Jun
    2024

    Jo Gibbs: Smashed Exhibition

    • Brixton
    • Free

    Exhibition available during Library opening hours Arresting art works made from abandoned materials found on skips and street corners.

  • 7
    Jun
    2024

    Celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Booker Prize winning novel, A Brief History of Seven Killings, with Marlon James

    • Brixton
    • Free

    In 2015 Marlon James won the Booker Prize with his Jamaican set novel A Brief History of Seven Killings.

  • 11
    Jun
    2024

    Allow Me to Introduce Myself with author Onyi Nwabineli

    • Brixton
    • Free

    Every second of Anuri’s life has been documented on social media. Now, it's time to take back control. Anuri's stepmother, Ophelia, is the ultimate 'mumfluencer'.

  • 11
    Jun
    2024

    Denmark Street: London's Street of Sound with Peter Watts

    • Brixton
    • Free

    In his new book Peter Watts covers the history of Denmark Street from the arrival of the first music publishers in the early 20th century to the 21st-century gentrification threatening to erode this remarkable musical heritage.

  • 13
    Jun
    2024

    Smashed Avocado art workshop

    • Brixton
    • Free

    Get creative - Join Jo Gibbs for a workshop where you’ll be able to make your own art with Avocado skins!

  • 18
    Jun
    2024

    Art is Magic with Jeremy Deller

    • Brixton
    • Free

    Join Artist Jeremy Deller for a revealing account of his inspirations, passions and practices in Art is Magic, from one of the UK’s foremost contemporary artists.

  • 20
    Jun
    2024

    Revolutionary Acts: Love & Brotherhood in Black Gay Britain with Jason Okundaye

    • Brixton
    • Free

    In this landmark work, Jason Okundaye meets an elder generation of Black gay men and finds a spirited community full of courage, charisma and good humour, hungry to tell its past - of nightlife, resistance, political fights, loss, gossip, sex, rom

  • 24
    Jun
    2024

    Private Rites with Julia Armfield

    • Norwood
    • Free

    Join Julia Armfield, the bestselling author of Our Wives Under the Sea to discuss her latest book - a stunning, unsettling novel following three sisters navigating queer love and faith at the end of the world.

  • 27
    Jun
    2024

    These Letters End in Tears with Musih Tedji Xaviere

    • Brixton
    • Free

    Musih Tedji Xaviere is a Cameroonian fiction writer based in the UK.