Free craft classes are now running in the Tate Library Brixton. The sessions cover both soft wool knitting, crochet and paper crafts and will develop as instigated by participants. They are suitable for all ages: free and inclusive. They are volunteer-led, supported by the Friends of Tate Library Brixton. They are every Wednesday afternoon from […]
Friends of Windrush Square (FoWS) and Friends of Tate Library Brixton (FoTLB) join forces to work around Windrush Square and the Library premises behind the railings. Our volunteers partake in useful workshops that include weeding; litter picking; maintaining planters; and the areas around the famous Brixton Plane Tree and the lovely oak trees by Saltoun […]
Our latest local history publication is The Tate Library, Brixton. It tells the story of how the library came to be built and the benefactor, Henry Tate, who caused it to happen. For more details, please go to our Publications page.
Climbing Clouds Catching Comets, a Poetry Evening on Wednesday 4 July 2018, 7:00-9:00 pm in the Tate Library, Brixton will celebrate the release of a collection of the late Alexander Paul’s poems. The Alexander Paul Foundation will be holding the evening at Brixton Library where you will also be able to enjoy light refreshments. Free: […]