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  1. History and politics: new categories, new courses!
    Learn more about the exciting new changes to the History & Politics categories and courses at City Lit. Discover our timely courses for a changing world!
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Dame Evelyn Glennie received City Lit Lifetime Fellowship
Dame Evelyn Glennie receives City Lit Lifetime Fellowship
Carol Wilhide Justin
Q&A | Carol Wilhide Justin discusses her passion for Japanese woodcut printing
Image of people sitting on red chairs facing a blank white screen in a cinema auditorium. The image is by Jake Hills and was taken at Duke of York's Picturehouse, Brighton, United Kingdom
Dr Paul Sutton discusses the importance understanding film. "To understand a film is to understand something about the story it tells and the culture that it comes from. To watch a film is to immerse ...
In Conversation with Dame Evelyn Glennie
We are delighted to welcome international solo percussionist and composer, Dame Evelyn Glennie, to discuss her life and career with City Lit Principal, Mark Malcomson CBE at City Lit on Thursday 26 Ma...
Deaf Day back at City Lit after three-year hiatus
Deaf Day returned to City Lit after a three year break because of the pandemic. More than 2,000 people came together on Saturday 23 April to celebrate Deaf culture and provision.
City Lit Fellow Sir Vince Cable with Wendy Allen
Q&A with City Lit Poetry Student Wendy Allen about her experiences at City Lit and how City Lit tutor Julie Irigaray helped her discover her passion for poetry...
Portrait image of Anita Chowdry smiling at the camera
Artist and Art Historian Anita Chowdry tells us about her influences from archaeology to dance, her passion for making art and her endless interest in art history.
Caravaggio's The Fortune Teller. an oil painting of a woman holding a man’s hand, she opens his palm to read his fortune. He is dressed lavishly with a large feather in his hat and shiny silk waistcoat. She is dressed humbly in white.
City Lit’s Art History coordinator Sarah Jaffray shares some, perhaps, lesser-known facts about how museum collections shape our access to art and its history. She emphasises the importance of museu...
Multicoloured doors in a multi-story building.
Learn more about the exciting new changes to the History & Politics categories and courses at City Lit. Discover our timely courses for a changing world!
Deaf Mosaic
Deaf Mosaic: Q&A with photographer Stephen Iliffe about his upcoming exhibition in the City Lit Gallery