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City Lit stories – Marsha Dunstan

'I am hugely grateful to City Lit for giving me so many of the tools to change my life'.

Thriller Halloween Courses

Treat yourself this Halloween to a thriller line up of courses.

Embroidery Patch Workshop at The Knitting & Stitching Show

Join City Lit tutor Sonia Bienek at Ally Pally on Saturday 13 October and make your own embroidered patch

Student Bursary recipient Angela Tulloch shares her story

'The opportunity to do these courses is allowing my soul to sing because I am doing what makes me happy.'

Literary Evening Lecture: David Constantine – What my poetry owes to translation

Freelance writer, author and translator, David Constantine will be hosting a Literature Evening Lecture at City Lit on Friday 30 November. He will be reading from his poetry and talk about how translating from foreign languages has helped him in his own writing...

Annemarie O'Sullivan - From Student to Tutor and Successful Basketmaker

Interview with City Lit tutor and former student Annemarie O'Sullivan

Tips when speaking to someone with hearing loss...

One in six people have some form of hearing loss – here are City Lit’s suggestions for those of us who are talking to others with hearing loss.

Spotlight on: Spanish

Is your goal to start learning a new language by the end of the year? Perhaps you want to be able to speak confidently for your next holiday to Spain?

Spotlight on: Writing for Stage and Screen

Do you ever go and see a movie or play and think, “wow, how did the writers produce a story like this?” Our writing for stage and screen courses, taught by industry professionals, are designed to enable you to progress from a total begi

Spotlight on: British Studies

Are you fascinated by history and past events? Our British Studies courses dig deep into the history, culture and politics of the British Isles.

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