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Visit Westminster Reference Library and check out their fantastic free activities for all ages and interests.

  • Dates 26/02/2024 - 26/02/2024
  • Location Westminster Reference Library, Saint Martin's Street, London, UK
  • Price FREE

Lunchtime Concerts

Every Wednesday from 12:30 pm to 1:15 pm immerse yourself in captivating melodies at the Westminster Reference Library.

Enjoy live performances, ranging from chamber music and jazz sessions.

Experience the magic of London’s most promising musicians, offering the perfect midday escape.

Admission is free, but optional donations are welcome.

Drop-In Sessions for Creative Portfolios

Looking for advice on your creative portfolio? Visit Westminster Reference Library's drop-in sessions every Tuesday from 5 pm to 7 pm.

Meet Nick, the Arts Librarian extraordinaire, with a Master's degree in Curating and a wealth of knowledge on the library's extensive collection of over 40,000 books on architecture, design, fashion, fine art, and photography, Nick can provide invaluable guidance to enhance your portfolio.

Unleash your creativity and enhance your portfolio with Nick's invaluable expertise—all for free!

Saturday Knitting Meet-Up

One Saturday each month visit Westminster Reference Library for their monthly Saturday knitting meet-up, from 10:15 am to 11:45 am.

From beginners to seasoned pros, everyone is welcome to share skills, learn new techniques, and participate in this friendly and supportive environment.

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