Wednesday October 23rd 7pm (doors open at 6.30pm) Vauxhall Tide is a community art project, based at St Anne and All Saints Church, bringing together local residents to create a textile banner reflecting their lives and histories. The banner will be on display at the library and the creators will be there to talk about […]
October 5th is the date for this annual celebration of fun – for all ages – between 11am and 4pm. Here’s the programme at Tate South Lambeth Library: 11-12 am Gardening – an interactive gardening session for all ages, with seeds and bulbs 2.30-4pm The weekly session of Science Club, which gives homework […]
Monday, 21 October 2019 Chris Mullin on The Friend of Harry Perkins, published in March this year: “the long-awaited sequel to his best-selling A Very British Coup; a tantalising human drama woven around the big issues of the day: Brexit, the rise … Continue reading →
Transport for London has launched a public consultation on plans for an office block above Southwark Tube Station, as part of a scheme that will also see new council homes developed alongside nearby Styles House.
Specially trained police wearing climbing helmets and harnesses were called to Bankside on Tuesday morning to remove Extinction Rebellion activists who set up structures outside Tate Modern as part of their call for faster action to tackle climate change.
The London Assembly has published its report on the Garden Bridge debacle - and has urged Parliament's public accounts committee to mount a further probe into the project which has left the taxpayer with a £43 million bill.