What does 2014 look like?

We know the first couple of months of the year can drag; luckily, St Bride likes to start the New Year with a bang, so there’s plenty to keep you entertained as we enter 2014.

Two events take place in the library during January. On the 22nd Ewan Clayton, the author of The Golden Thread, will host an evening of entertainment with The Story of Writing. The night will look at questions such as whether or not writing still matters, how can we share information efficiently how can we protect our privacy and, most importantly, what is a library?

Two days after this, on the 24th, The Design of Understanding will be on the agendas of all here at St Bride Foundation. A one-day conference, curated by Max Gadney, will seek to educate on how ideas are designed to be more understandable. For the £95.00 ticket price, you will be able to listen to insight from speakers from across various industries, such as government, comics, toy makers and magazines.

The theatre will also be hosting a modern take on a classic from the 22nd to the 25th January with Cinders: The True Story, which will be here, complete with all your favourite characters, special effects and some wonderful slapstick humour.

Our events and performances are running – as usual – alongside the rest of our busy schedule at St Bride Foundation. We hope to see you in the New Year!

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