City Lit Blog
The clocks going forward is always an exciting landmark in the year – that first noticeable signal that winter is finally behind us for another year and lighter mornings and evenings are on the way. With London bathed in spring sunshine, it’s also a time of year when many of us start to consider a new fitness regime to make the most of the longer days...
It’s Mother’s Day this Sunday 26th March.,Fear not if you’ve forgetten…. City Lit have a huge range of courses and one day workshops perfect for Mum this spring and summer...
Looking for something fun to do in London this weekend? The 31st edition of the BFI Flare: London LGBT Film Festival is running at Southbank until Sunday night.
Alice Stevenson (Digital Arts tutor), has been busy working on illustrations for book covers and we would like to share her achievements with you...
All classes are running as scheduled and transport in the area around City Lit is unaffected by the incident in the Westminster area this afternoon, Wednesday 22 March.
Held every year on the spring equinox, World Storytelling Day is a global celebration of the art of oral storytelling.
Today, Monday 20th March, marks the official start of spring – the Spring Equinox. That means from today you can officially start looking forward to warmer weather, lighter mornings and evenings, and, perhaps even think tentatively about putting that winter coat in the back of the cupboard for another year.
Marian “Billy” Lindkvist, a pioneer in the use of drama and movement in therapy, has passed away at the age of 97.
A City Lit student will showcase her latest work, Contested Space, at the Chelsea Gallery on the King’s Road from 20th March – 26th March 2017.