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James tells us About His latest read: Percy Jackson and the lightning thief

James tells us about his latest read

Percy Jackson and the lightning thief

By

Rick Riordan 

 

James is one of Artizan Streets reviewers in residence

and loves READING!!!!

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Six Week Writing Course with Rachel Knightley

Six Week Writing Course

With

Rachel Knightley

Starts

Saturday 27 January

2 – 3.30pm

Barbican Library

Barbican Library Library are pleased to host a six week writing course with freelance writer Rachel Knightley. Rachel reviews film and theatre and teaches Creative Writing, Speech and Drama and runs literary and theatre-based fundraising for Macmillan Cancer Support.

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Meet The Author Annie Murray

Meet The Author Annie Murray

At

Shoe Lane Library

Wednesday 31st January

12.30 – 1.30

 Annie Murray read English at St John’s College, Oxford. Her first novel,  Birmingham Rose, hit The Times bestseller list when it was published in 1995.

The Author will be celebrating the launch of her 21st novel ‘Sisters Of Gold’ at Shoe Lane Library

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Maisie tells us about her latest read: Centrally Heated Knickers by Michael Rosen

Maisie tells us about her latest read

“Centrally Heated Knickers”

By

Michael Rosen

Maisie is one of Artizan Streets reviewers in residence

and loves READING!!!!

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Come Along For The Ride

Travelling Solo In Latin America

“Cuenca to San Jose” by bus and boat.

Come along to an illustrated talk by traveller extraordinaire April Wood, who at 83, shows age is no barrier to travelling the world!

The Talk is in conjunction with the publication of

Alone Together: Tales of Sisterhood and solitude in Latin America

Barbican Library

Wednesday 24 January 2018

7pm

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Columbia Road Plant Market: An Exhibition of Textile Works by Carole Nunes

Columbia Road

Plant Market

An Exhibition Of Textile Works

By

Carole Nunes

The Barbican Library Foyer

Silk St, London

EC2Y 8DS

3 – 27 January

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Artizan Street Library reading group meet to review Marlon James’ A Brief History Of Seven Killings

Artizan Reading Group discuss

Marlon James

A Brief History of Seven killings

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The centre For Russian Music: Inside the Collections

The Centre For Russian Music:

Inside The Collection

Barbican music Library Exhibition

12 Jan – 27 March 2018

The Archive was founded in 1999 and contains facsimile copies of almost every score that Alfred Schnittke completed,  Schnittke (1934-1998) was born on 24 November 1934 in Engels, on the Volga River, in the Soviet Union. His father was born in Frankfurt to a Jewish family of Russian origin who had moved to the USSR in 1926, and his mother was a Volga-German born in Russia. Schnittke began his musical education in 1946 in Vienna.

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The Circus of Adventure by Enid Blyton

The Circus of Adventure

By

Enid Blyton

James one of Artizan Streets resident reviewers tells us about his latest read

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