Online library events for adults
We have an exciting programme of events and activities for adults online.
Published: 12 January 2021
Last updated: 11 March 2021
Pimlico Library's online book group
Last Tuesday of the month, 3pm to 4pm
Pimlico Library's book group reads a variety of fiction and some biographies. Full details of the books they will be discussing each month are on Eventbrite.
Virtual knitting club
Wednesday, 3pm to 4pm
Join our weekly virtual knitting club, led by library staff who are expert knitters. They'll inspire you to try a new knitting project or can help you when you get stuck.
English Speaking Club
Thursday, 10am to 11am
Would you like to speak English with confidence? Then join our weekly session on Microsoft Teams.
Aloud in the Cloud shared reading group
Thursday, 2pm to 3pm.
Aloud in the Cloud is a weekly shared reading group. Come along to hear us read aloud some of our favourite stories and poems.
Westminster libraries online book group
Friday, 2.30pm to 3.30pm
Join our weekly online book group where we discuss our Books of the Week. Full details of the books we will be discussing each week are on Eventbrite.
Westminster libraries online poetry group
Once a month, 6pm to 7pm (day of the week can change)
Join us, once a month, for a light and insightful discussion on some of the most celebrated works of poetry as well as brand new releases.
This virtual poetry reading group is free and is open to all.
Mind Your Head - Piano Accompaniment
- Tuesday 2 March
- 7.00pm to 7.30pm
Join us to meet Edita and find out how playing the piano has helped her to cope with the pressures of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Please share with family and friends, all are welcome.
Mind Your Head - Playing to the Camera
- Tuesday 30 March 2021
- 7.00pm - 7.30pm
A free online event from Charing Cross Library. Renata tell us of her love for theatre and how it has helped her during an extended period of social isolation.
Due to health concerns, Renata had to self isolate for an extended period during the present pandemic, which put a stop to her self-organised theatre group meetings. Not letting this defeat her, she found new ways to keep playing.