As from this September the councillors for Oval ward – Claire Holland, Jack Hopkins and Philip Normal – will be doing surgeries at the library on the third Saturday of each month from 11am to 12 noon. So you can … Continue reading →
The Old Vic, young Mary Ashford and a brutal killer: The opening night of the Royal Coburg Theatre, 11th May 1818 Naomi Clifford talks about her latest book Monday 3rd September at 7pm London audiences venturing across Waterloo Bridge in May … Continue reading →
In early July the committee of Friends of Tate South Lambeth Library organised a week-long survey of the use of our library. Why? We wanted to get a picture of how a fully-staffed small local library operates – how many … Continue reading →
Monday 15 October: “Nein!” Standing up to Hitler 1935-44” The famous anti-Hitler bomb plots are only a small part of a far wider story. Based on newly released files, Paddy Ashdown tells the story of those at the very top … Continue reading →
Bermondsey Street was one of 49 roads around the capital to be partly closed to motor vehicles on Saturday as part of World Car Free Day, a global initiative to tackle poor air quality and build stronger communities.