Tate Local – the gallery space at Tate South Lambeth library – is currently showing watercolours of London scenes by Antony Mark Peters.
Would you like to meet and chat with the artist?
Come along to a private view at the library on Monday March 23rd from 7pm to 8.30pm.
Wednesday January 22nd 7pm (doors open at 6.30pm)
A film screening of an award-winning biopic documentary, with a presentation by its producer and director, Ne Kunda Nlaba.
The previously untold story of an early rebellion against European domination and exploitation of Africa. In 1704 a young woman took up the fight to free her country – the kingdom of Kongo in central Africa. She failed, and was executed in 1706. But she is remembered in her country as Mama Kimpa Vita, the Mother of the African Revolution.
Admission free, refreshments available.
Did you miss SW8 THE MOVIE at the library on Tuesday 26 November? Or perhaps you were there but want to explore the locations visited at your own pace. Here’s everything you need…
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Tuesday 26th November 7pm (doors open at 6.30pm)
Join local resident Andrew Rogers to look at Vauxhall, Nine Elms, South Lambeth, Stockwell and around through the lens of cinema and television. Find out where some of your favourite films and TV series were shot. Learn about some of the stars who were born here, settled here, or just dropped by.
This multimedia experience will end – for those who fancy it – with a very short walk to our closest iconic movie location, soon to be demolished.
Starring Michael Caine, Charlie Chaplin, Daniel Day Lewis, Dame Judi Dench, Idris Elba, David Hemmings, Joanna Lumley OBE, Virginia McKenna, Roger Moore, Vincent Price, Jane Russell, Frank Sinatra, John Thaw and many more.
Admission free but donations are welcomed.
Friday November 15th 3.45pm
Friends of Tate South Lambeth Library have teamed up with No Planet B Film Club for an after-school screening of a film aimed at young children and their families – Disney Pixar’s Wall-E (certificate U)
After hundreds of lonely years of doing what he was built for, robot Wall-E discovers a new purpose in life when he meets a sleek search robot named Eve. Eve realises that Wall-E has found the key to the planet’s future, and races back to space to tell the humans, who have been eagerly awaiting word that it is safe to return home.
Children of all ages are invited to attend! There will be a special guest speaker from Greenpeace before the screening.
Entrance is free and snacks will be available for a small donation to No Planet B Film Club.
No Planet B Film Club screens a wide variety of films with environmental themes, promoting creative discussions on environmentalism and activism. No Planet B’s community screenings are supported by Cinema for All’s Launchpad scheme. (You can find No Planet Film Club on Facebook and instagram.)