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U3A Talk at Barbican Library, Barbican Centre

June 15, 2018 from 12:30pm to 1:15pm
If you are retired or approaching retirement age, why not come along to our lunch time session to find out more about the U3A.The U3A’s aim is to inspire and facilitate lifelong learning through a range of activities such as walks, sports, art, craft, music, discussion and cultural groups, all run by and for Members.Representatives from Tower Hamlets U3A will give a short talk on what their organisation offers and how you can participate.There's no need to book - just turn up!See More
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The City by the Book: The surprising literary history of the Square Mille at Barbican Library, Barbican Centre

May 31, 2018 from 12:30pm to 1:30pm
Charlotte Bronte loved it, Alexander Pope hated it. Known mainly as a place for money making and trade, the narrow alleyways of the City also gave birth to writers and poets. It either charmed or repelled its visitors and has featured in and inspired books and poetry over the centuries. The City is awash with literary landmarkds that will delight and surprise you. Join City Guide and lecturer Jill Finch for a fascinating talk on the City of London's literary influence, part of London History…See More
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City of Stories: Celebrating London's writers and readers at Barbican Library, Barbican Centre

June 14, 2018 at 6pm to June 28, 2018 at 8pm
Write your story at free workshops in your local library with Jarred McGinnis.City of Stories invites you to pick up your pen and create new stories. All are welcome-whether you write stories already or are just starting. To help you write your story, come along to the free workshops in your local library.By coming along to a workshop, you can enter the City of Stories competition.  If your story wins, it will be published in the City of Stories booklet. You will get a place at a writing…See More
May 21
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The city by the Book: The surprising literary history of the Square Mille at Barbican Library, Barbican Centre

May 31, 2018 from 12:30pm to 1:30pm
Charlotte Bronte loved it, Alexander Pope hated it. Known mainly as a place for money making and trade, the narrow alleyways of the City also gave birth to writers and poets. It either charmed or repelled its visitors and has featured in and inspired books and poetry over the centuries. The City is awash with literary landmarkds that will delight and surprise you. Join City Guide and lecturer Jill Finch for a fascinating talk on the City of London's literary influence, part of London History…See More
Apr 25
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Writing course with Rachel Knightley at Barbican Library, Barbican Centre

May 5, 2018 at 1:30pm to May 26, 2018 at 3:30pm
Boost your confidence and your word-count!Green Ink Writers' Gym is for everyone who wants to write. Writers of all genres and levels of experience will develop new material in a positive, supportive atmosphere. These will be informal, focused group sessions, combining inspiring exercises with quality time and space to write.£95 for the 4 week course.£18 for a trialSaturday 5,12,19 & 26 May 1.30pm - 3.30pmBook at:http://greeninkwritersgym.com/See More
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Thomas More's Utopia and Evil May Day Talk at Barbican Library

May 16, 2018 from 12:30pm to 1:30pm
Thomas More House in the Barbican is a reminder of the famous son of the City. Buried in 'Utopia' are  blueprints for urban living. It had just been published five hundred years ago when More found himself quelling riots on the doorstep of today's Barbican. Lester Hillman will explore the local dramas, the colourful personalities and modern day legacies close to hand.Our speaker is an award winning planner and he has been engaged in commerations of 'Utopia' and other recent celebrations of city…See More
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