Tag: Brixton Tate Library

Poem of the week: Windrush Square, Brixton by Peter Lindley

WINDRUSH SQUARE, BRIXTON It’s seven-thirty on a Sunday morning. Clubbers clusteraround the tube station, aiming to take the first train home. A bust of Mr. Tate,...

Lambeth libraries look at how to ease lockdown

Lambeth libraries are continuing their brilliant work in providing online resources for learning and relaxing in the borough, including an amazing range of activities...

‘Don’t forget about us – and don’t forget about books’

Simone Richardson talks to Liyah Leoni about her creation The Wave, and why she launched it in Brixton library The Wave is a showcase for LGBTQ+ writers...

Black History Month in Brixton

Lambeth Libraries in partnership with the Black Cultural Archives and local organisations host Black History Month with authors, films, music, dance, theatre and a...

Lambeth Question Time at Brixton Library

Lambeth council are hosting a day of activities and workshops around Windrush Square on Friday 6 September from 10am-4pm. Representatives of the council, local...

Celebration of Windrush generation

Windrush Day, 22 June, marks the arrival of the Empire Windrush at Tilbury Docks on the Thames estuary, bringing workers from the Caribbean islands...