Oct 092016
 
Pan Worldwide: film screening and director's Q&A

On Wednesday October 12th, starting at 7pm, you can see the second section of a two-part documentary – Panomundo – that explores the history of the steelpan, the emblematic music of Trinidad-Tobago, and its global influence. Three years ago, a screening at Tate South Lambeth Library of Panomundo Part 1: The Evolution of the Steelpan […]

Oct 022016
 
Fun Palace

Saturday 1st October 2016 10:00 – 4:00 pm Food and drink, face-painting, storytime sessions, live music, dance performances, balloon modelling, cake competition, cycle safety awareness, gaming club – Playstation4, knitting workshop, information stalls, raffle, and much more … Tate South Lambeth Library, 180 South Lambeth Road, SW8 1QP 020 7926 0705 Including: Bake-off competition to […]

Aug 292016
 
A new window on old Vauxhall

The official launch of Vauxhall History, a free online community archive of eyewitness accounts, articles, images and original documents, backed by the Vauxhall Society. Tuesday September 6th – 7pm (doors open at 6.30) This is a get-together for anybody interested in Vauxhall Past. Join readers and writers of Vauxhall history and guests who include: David […]

Aug 232016
 
Comrades, brothers and pioneers: the first public librarians in London

Michelle Johansen, researcher and writer on Victorian public libraries, tells the forgotten stories of the pioneering generation of public librarians in London – who  helped create the “universities of the people”. Among these was Frank Burgoyne who managed the newly established public libraries in Lambeth – including Tate Free Library in South Lambeth Road (our […]

Aug 102016
 

Tom Hughes, the new member of staff at Tate South Lambeth, will be running a Beginner’s Drawing Class on Fridays from 10:30am to 12 noon. This will involve drawing from  still-life with pencils and paper. The emphasis will be on basic traditional drawing skills rather than creativity, but the inner artistic genius in everyone usually […]

Aug 102016
 
Your Library needs YOU

The committee of Friends of TSL will have empty spaces coming up in the next six months, as some members leave the area or take on pressing family or work commitments. So we’re looking for volunteers to: develop and run our programme of talks (in cooperation with the Vauxhall Society) pursue fundraising opportunities run the […]

Aug 102016
 
Library Forum July 2016

The library forum reports no progress so far on renovation and repair… The public library forum held on July 30th 2016 reported no forward movement on the renovation of the library or the repair of the non-functioning public lavatory. However the head of library services, Susanna Barnes, was able to assure the meeting that some […]

Aug 102016
 
TSL’s very own carnival

The last Sunday and Monday of August is the date for the Notting Hill Carnival, Europe’s biggest street party. Tate South Lambeth Library is to run its own version – a community festival on Saturday August 27th. The Tate Carnival, which runs from 10am to 4pm, will feature: Food and drink Live music Face-painting and […]

Jul 022016
 

Friends of TSL held their annual general meeting, at the library, on May 18th 2016. The chairman’s annual report highlighted the battle to save the library from Lambeth Council’s plan to convert it into a “healthy living centre” – a fee-paying gym with a small, undefined area dedicated to a few bookshelves, a few computers and […]

May 202016
 
On the Wings of Love? Fugitive marriage in the Georgian era

Wednesday May 25th 7.00pm (doors open 6.30pm)  Naomi Clifford’s recently published book The Disappearance of Maria Glenn tells the true story of the mystery surrounding the abduction of a teenager in 1817. What seemed a simple newspaper report of elopement gone wrong turns out to be a rollercoaster story of crime, coercion, illusory triumph and […]

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