Kensington Central Library
Kensington Central Library
12 Phillimore Walk
020 7361 3010
Libraries to inspire! There’s always a lot going on in Kensington and Chelsea Libraries. With a wide range of resources for adults and children including regular activities, events programmes, and free internet access - you’re sure to find something of interest. Our service offers free access to the internet on over 100 computers located throughout the borough, provides IT skills sessions and has access to a wide range of on-line services for adults and homework help for children. Add to this our research and information resources, our specialist collections, the vast selection of stock available (including Books, Talking Books, CDs, DVDs and e-books), and our dedicated services such as those for housebound residents) - you’ll soon realise that Libraries have a lot to offer! It’s free to join the library - simply visit your nearest library and fill in one of the forms (make sure you provide one form of identification) and you’re ready to borrow!
Monday: 9:30am - 8pm
Tuesday: 9:30am - 8pm
Wednesday: 9:30am - 5pm
Thursday: 9:30am - 8pm
Friday: 9:30am - 5pm
Saturday: 9:30am - 5pm
Ben Aaronovitch: Rivers of London Cityread launch – FREE
- 20 April 2015 2:30-4pm
Thousands of people across the capital will be reading his novel during April.
Come and hear Ben tell us all about this story and the following books in his series of crime / urban fantasy fiction.
Rivers of London is the first in a series and the latest book 'Foxglove Summer' was published on November 13.
About Ben Aaronovitch
Born and raised in London, Ben Aaronovitch now lives in Kentish Town. He worked as a scriptwriter for Doctor Who and Casualty before the inspiration for his own series of books struck him whilst working as a bookseller in Waterstones Covent Garden. Ben Aaronovitch’s unique novels are the culmination of his experience of writing about the emergency services and the supernatural.
About Rivers of London
Rivers of London is the first of an urban fantasy / crime fiction series, that follows the adventures of a rookie copper-turned-apprentice-wizard, Peter Grant, and his boss, the last wizard in England. A unique blend of police procedural, supernatural mayhem and threads of fascinating hidden history woven through the very fabric of the plot, Rivers Of London is fast-moving, funny, full of warmth and features at its heart one of the greatest and most historically rich cites in the world: London.
About Cityread London
Created and delivered by Stellar Libraries CIC, Cityread London is supported and funded by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. Cityread London promotes the key ideas of reading for pleasure, engaging new library users, enhancing the experience of existing readers, and encouraging people to explore and celebrate London’s culture, landscape and history.
Full details of all Cityread London activity can be found at www.cityread.london
Book your free place for this event via EventBrite (http://cityread2015.eventbrite.co.uk) or by e-mailing email@example.com or phoning 020 7361 3010.
Lucinda Hawksley: Dickens and Poverty talk for World Book Night 2015 – FREE
- 23 April 2015 6:30-8pm
Lucinda is a writer and lecturer on art history and 19th century history. She has written biographies of the pre-Raphaelite muse Lizzie Siddal, Charles Dickens, and Katey, one of Dickens' children. Lucinda is the great great great granddaughter of Charles Dickens and is a patron of the Charles Dickens Museum in London. She has written more than 20 books.
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