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Miss Aldridge Regrets is the exquisite new novel from Louise Hare. A brilliant murder mystery that explores class, race and pre-WWII politics. Lena Aldridge is wondering if life has passed her by.
When David meets the sensual Giovanni in a bohemian bar, he is swept into a passionate love affair. But his girlfriend’s return to Paris destroys everything.
Internationally bestselling author Karen Rose was born and raised in the Maryland suburbs of Washington, DC. Her debut suspense novel, Don't Tell, was released in July 2003.
City of Stories – Home: Celebrating London’s libraries as places to make and share stories with poet Helen Bowell (Readers and Writers Festival 2022)
Lambeth Libraries has been part of the City of Stories - Home project over the last few months celebrating London’s libraries as places to make and share stories.
Join Gerald Jacobs and the Friends of Carnegie Library to discuss Pomeranski – a slice of south London life.
Inspired by the true story of a shocking scandal engulfing a police department, Nightcrawling is a searing debut novel about vulnerability and survival from an astonishing young talent.
Lambeth Libraries are offering the opportunity for 10 participants to join a series of art workshops hosted by writers.
Local playwrights, recently trained through Young Vic’s ‘Taking Part’ cohort, have created a tapestry of life from the 1970s to 1985.
Twenty-Eight Pounds Ten Shillings - A Windrush Story with author Tony Fairweather (Readers and Writers Festival 2022)
After WW2 England was on its knees, so the call went out to the British Empire for volunteers to rebuild the “Mother Country”.
Join West Camel and David F Ross to discuss their writing and latest novels.
Anglo-French acoustic five-piece folk band Topette! are back for their first UK tour since 2019. With two albums released since lockdown (Rhododendron, 2019 and Bourdon, 2022) they are hot, and raring to go... Book early!
Windrush Playback Stories is an intergenerational storytelling project which aims to celebrate, commemorate and educate people about their lived experiences and their contribution to British society by using personal stories as source mat