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Deaf Mosaic by City Lit photography student Stephen Iliffe

The deaf community is an astonishingly diverse mosaic of ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion and different ways of life. In a series of intimate photographic portraits and stories, City Lit photography student Stephen Iliffe celebrates this rainbow-coloured mosaic.

Q&A with Drama student Jacqueline Quinn

Ahead of the City Lit Theatre Company's online adaptation of Cristian Solimeno's highly acclaimed film 'I Made This For You' this December, we caught up with Jacqueline Quinn who plays the role of Megan.

Q&A with Roxanne Cavanagh, Level 3 Acting Diploma

Ahead of the City Lit Theatre Company's online adaptation of Cristian Solimeno's highly acclaimed film 'I Made This For You' this December, we caught up with Roxanne Cavanagh who plays the role of Dani.

City Lit welcomes new report by the Independent Commission on the College of the Future

Delivering an ambitious and bold new vision for the future of English colleges

City Lit and the Civil Service Sports Club announce new partnership

We are looking forward to collaborate with the Civil Service Sport Club by offering CSSC members 15% discount on 1000s of online City Lit courses.

I Made This For You, City Lit Theatre Co. 4-5 December 2020

Directed by Gary Grant, who starred in the original film and especially adapted for City Lit, this searingly honest play tackles mental health and depression head on. The taboo of mental health, depression and suicide is handled with sensitivity and tact, and also features moments of affectionate humour to provide an underlying theme of hope and resilience.

How to overcome your fear of poetry

By Billie Manning, Poet & City Lit TutorOn bringing forth the treasures that are hidden inside of you: some practical and reflective tips on overcoming your fear of reading and writing poetry.

December short courses in Performing Arts

Performing Arts offers a wide range of fun and inspiring short courses to start the holiday season.

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