Wednesday March 29th 7pm (doors open at 6.30) John Nightingale, author of The Appearance of Murder, selected as one of The Times books of the year in 2015, talks about his life and his writing. Admittance free. Refreshments available.
The latest figures for library performance, from Lambeth Council, show that visits to Tate South Lambeth Library have risen from 93,592 on 2014 to 180,623 in 2016. That’s a doubling in numbers in just two years (well, just a bit under – a rise of 93%) – an amazing increase. We all know why – [...]
Have you ever walked over a London bridge and looked down to see the tide was out on the river, and the freshly exposed beaches were dotted with little hunched figures, picking their way across the foreshore? Those figures were likely to be Thames beachcombers, called mudlarks, searching among the flints and gravel for fragments [...]
2017 will see the arrival of an important new neighbour for the library – the new US embassy in Nine Elms, now in the final stages of construction. Against this background the embassy is developing its relations with the local community – for which Tate South Lambeth library is an ideal channel. First the library [...]