The Tate South Lambeth Library is a good place to be this Friday night (27 March) and indeed any night The Friends of the Tate South Lambeth Library are staging an event.
First, there’s the event itself, guaranteed absolutely politician/general election–free. Then there’s a bonus, an appearance by the Kennington Community Choir. You can join if you like.
What’s more, The Friends of Tate South Lambeth Library, library users and http://seeing-knowing.com/cialis-no-rx the library staff are a microcosm of community life in Vauxhall.
Events such as Friday night’s are a good place to meet people, including fellow-members of http://sunvalleycenter.org/real-viagra-without-a-prescription The Vauxhall Society. The Friends of the Tate South Lambeth Library are an associate member of TVS and there’s much cross-membership of individuals between the buy generic viagra online two.
Among other things, The Friends promote the library’s renovation and refurbishment, both exterior and interior, and have developed a gallery within the library, Tate Local, which now stages exhibitions. The Friends organise talks, parties and events and have just won a hard-fought second ‘reprieve’ – for five years – from Lambeth Council’s property-development plans.
The Kennington Community Choir is led by Elspeth Thompson and is in its third year. The Kenningtons sing ‘anything and a bit of everything’ from pop to classical to world music, and last year appeared at The Royal Festival Hall.
Admission free. Refreshments available.
6.30 for 7pm
180 South Lambeth Road
Kennington Community Choir meets every Thursday at 7.30pm in St Mark’s Church, Kennington, 337 Kennington Park Road London SE11 4PW (opposite Oval Tube). You’re welcome to join the choir, whether or not you worship at St Mark’s. Simply turn up (no auditions necessary) or visit stmarkskennington.org.