City Lit Blog


Redesigning the Medieval book - Bookbinding tutor wins prize

Susan Doggett's unique work is on display at the Bodleian Library in Oxford until April 2018

City Lit student releases transcription/translation of royal charter to bring medieval Latin to a wider audience

Long-term City Lit Latin student Margaret Poulter, with two colleagues, has published a book, the core of which is a parallel transcription/translation of a royal charter of Elizabeth I, dated 7 July 1579...

Things to do in London this Christmas

There's plenty for everyone to enjoy in London over the festive season...

City Lit response to government Careers Strategy

The government's Skills Minister, Anne Milton, has released the long-anticipated Careers Strategy at the CDI annual conference in Birmingham. The strategy outlines a number of proposals as part of the government's aim to ensure young people can acquire the skills they need to thrive in the modern workplace. It also suggests improved pathways to help better support learners applying for vocational and technical education routes.

Celebrating 100 years of cinematic icons

2018 marks the centenary of three cinematic icons: actors Rita Hayworth and William Holden, and visionary filmmaker Ingmar Bergman. Born in 1918, all three left an indelible imprint on the cinematic form. On our film studies courses, you can study the golden age of cinema...

Pot sale, 7 - 8 December 2017, 12:00-14:00, City Lit foyer

Christmas gift ideas! Browse beautiful ceramic treasures, both practical and decorative - made by students

Nature photography - tips for photographing birds & wildlife

Learning to take creative nature photographs needs dedication and time to perfect your skills and learn about your subject. This article takes birds as a starting point...

Tips for starting a business: building an online presence

In today’s world it is no longer considered optional to interact with the online world. Many of the basic services we rely on have moved to the computer/mobile screen, from banking, shopping, and entertainment through to government services. Certainly, if one were intending to start a small business today, the most efficient way to start would be to create an online presence, even if the business itself is not virtual. Building an online presence will help to promote the product, brand or service offered and can be a fantastic way to engage with potential customers/clients.

Learn English, gain new skills, and make new friends this January: ESOL classes at City Lit

This January learn English and develop new skills with three great new ESOL (English for speakers of other languages) classes at City Lit.

Deaf Day 2018

Join us at City Lit on Saturday 14th April, 10am – 4pm

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