With the leaves falling and the nights drawing in, it is definitely a good thing that we have a whole range of events in the warm to keep you out of mischief.
The Library has a plethora of talks, lectures and film viewings over the course of the next few months. October brings the ‘Beatrice Warde Memorial Lecture’ given by Simon Loxley, while the beginning of November will see a of screening Richard Kegler’s ‘Making Faces’, a documentary focused on the late Jim Rimmer, a Canadian graphic artist and type designer.
If theatre is more your thing, don’t worry, we have something for you as well. Have a quick look over the schedule for our upcoming events and you will see love, adventure, tragedy, musicals and comedy. Macbeth is on at the Bridewell Theatre from October 29th to November 2nd, and this is just the tip of the iceberg of our autumn theatre offering.
The Library also puts on a wide variety of workshops for all skill levels. If your wooden typesetting and letterpress printing skills are only at beginner level, this is no problem: we have a course that will suit any level of expertise.
For more information on all of our events please consult the website, which you can find here. Alternatively, if you fancy asking a question via social media, we will do our best to point you in the right direction.