City Lit Blog
After what seems like an eternity since the election, Donald Trump will be inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States this week.
It’s not often that you start a job and within nine days the first political discussion over the course of a Parliament takes place on the policy area you are hoping will be debated.
Join us on Thursday 12 January for a special creative writing event in the Student Centre at City Lit.
We’ve teamed up with #MentalMovement to bring you our very first VIBE Course: An Introduction to Yoga for Wellbeing.
Mark Malcomson, Principal and CEO of City Lit has been awarded a CBE in the New Year's Honours list 2017, for services to adult education.
Deaf Day 2017 Save the date! Deaf Day 2017 will be on Saturday 22nd April at City Lit, Covent Garden. More details will be released in January so watch this space!
Looking for a special gift idea? Treat your loved ones to a City Lit course... It’s that time of year again when we all struggle to find the perfect Christmas gift for friends and family. We’ve come up with the solution as our vouchers are the perfect present for anyone on your gift list who has specific interests and passions or would like to learn something new. City Lit gift vouchers can go towards any of our 5,000 courses.
If your mood tends to turn as chilly and dark as the weather when the winter days set in, you’ll know how important it is to look after yourself. There are several things you can do to boost your winter mood, we share four ways to help you beat the winter blues.
Damian Green, Secretary of State for Work and Pensions has launched a new project by social enterprise Beyond Words. The project, backed by a £280,000 investment from the Department of Work and Pensions, is for two years and supports people with learning disabilities and autism to find work. The launch event took place at City Lit on 13 December.
Ed Balls joined City Lit principal Mark Malcomson to discuss his political career, life after Strictly and how speech therapy courses at City Lit helped him manage his stammer...