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City Lit to host UK Massage Championship 2023
We are delighted to announce that the UK Massage Championship is taking place at City Lit this year on Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th September.
2023 City Lit Fellows
This year we welcome three more wonderfully talented and highly committed Fellows: Bettany Hughes OBE, Dame Magdalene Odundo and Dr Fiona Hill.
Anna Burns
She’s an award-winning author and now Fellow of City Lit. We are honoured that former student, Anna Burns, has accepted a City Lit Lifetime Fellowship.
Evening Standard Stories Competition
The Evening Standard Stories Competition is back and City Lit is delighted to be this year's education partner.
Deputy Mayor Jules Pipe visits City Lit
City Lit secures place in Signature Hall of Fame
During the prestigious Signature Hall of Fame event on Friday night, we’re proud to announce that our Centre for Deaf Education was recognised and inducted into the iconic Hall of Fame.
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How to stay safe online

10 November 2022
There are hundreds of different ways that the average internet user is vulnerable online. Fake news, phishing scams, malware, and identity theft are just some of the common security issues. Intrusions...
An Evening with Lord David Puttnam
City Lit welcomed Lord David Puttnam to an ‘in conversation’ in our Cultureplex screening room on Thursday 6th October 2022. In attendance to receive his City Lit Fellowship award, Lord Puttnam re...
City Lit receives recognition at the first Mayor of London Adult Learning Awards
Congratulations to City Lit student Fatima Zahra, BSL tutor Peter Brown and City Lit's Centre for Learning Disabilities Education.
Ways of learning at City Lit – face-to-face, online, or somewhere in between
We have decided to expand our course delivery modes to provide greater flexibility for our students and make learning more accessible. Learn in person, online or somewhere in between.