Creative writing student Lee Ong winner of City Lit's Malorie Blackman scholarship
23 June 2022
THERE, YET brings together the emerging practice of 28 artists working across a diverse range of media, taking in ceramics, textiles, print, sculpture, paint and film.
23 June 2022
We are delighted to announce the winners of the Malorie Blackman ‘Unheard Voices’ Scholarships – Congratulations to Lee Ong, Sandra Smith and Emily Robb.
An evening with Dame Evelyn Glennie at City Lit
27 April 2022
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...
25 April 2022
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.
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: Q&A with photographer Stephen Iliffe about his upcoming exhibition in the City Lit Gallery
31 March 2022
Extraordinary efforts of students, tutors and staff during the Covid-19 pandemic recognised at the City Lit Awards.
24 March 2022
Whilst some of our courses remain online we will be offering face-to-face learning this term. So we've been working hard to create a safe environment for you.