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City Lit presents: Homer day

Homer is the most famous writer of the classical world whose works have shaped literature worldwide. Homer Day, in partnership with UCL, will be an opportunity to find out more about the Iliad and its many themes and interpretations.

Musicianship & Music Theory courses at City Lit

Musicianship & Music Theory:A guide to courses which support your instrumental and singing skillsMusicianship: essential skills for all musiciansWhether you are learning saxophone, piano or studying to be an opera si

Be inspired with a celebration of music this summer…

 We are delighted to announce that City Lit’s Percussion Orchestra together with the Royal Academy of Music’s Open Academy will be performing at the Royal Academy of Music on Friday 29 June. 

City Lit Jewellery Exhibition 2018

The City Lit Jewellery Exhibition 2018 will be a showcase of creativity and diversity, an exciting variety of materials, processes, and unique ideas for the future of jewellery design and making.

Ruby Wax OBE receives City Lit Fellowship Award

The outrageously witty comedian, writer, actor and mental health campaigner, Ruby Wax OBE, received her City Lit Fellowship Award

Q&A with Sarah Lang - Fine Art 2018

The City Lit Fine Art (CLFA) Show opens in July we caught up with exhibiting student Sarah Lang about her work, experience of the course and plans for the future.

City Lit response to The Mayor of London’s Skills Strategy

The Mayor of London’s Skills Strategy - Skills for Londoners: A Skills and Adult Education Strategy for London has been launched.

Q&A with Misa Gott - Printmaking 2018

'Concatenate' Printmaking show opens next Monday 11 June at R.K.Burt Gallery - hear from exhibiting student Misa Gott about her work, experiences on the printmaking course and plans for the future...

City Lit Opera School performance

Directed by Peter Crockford & Colin Baldy - Gluck’s “Orfeo” and Menotti’s “The Old Maid and the Thief”

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