Spring Programme: Events at a Glance

Now that the days are slowly getting lighter, we’re delighted to be launching our new Spring programme of events! With a focus on kindness, community, creativity and activism, we hope there’s something for everyone. All of our events take place online, whilst some of our exhibitions may take place in the Library building. Our programme includes story cafés, reading groups, performances, creative writing workshops and so much more! Watch this video to get a taste of what’s coming up…

We know that it’s helpful to know what to expect when booking on to online events so we’ve written a blog which you can find here, telling you a bit more about the booking process and how we create a friendly space online.

All our events are listed on our website under upcoming events and you can book online or email info@womenslibrary.org.uk for more information. Below you’ll find all our events listed in date order with a web link to where you can find out more and book a free place. Enjoy exploring what’s on!

Close-up of hands holding a kokedama, a moss-covered succulent. In the background, more figures are making kokedamas and red wool, water and moss are laid on a table.
GWL Volunteers make kokedamas during a gardening session

Events at a Glance

Exhibitions

Friday 28th May to Friday 23rd July: Ingrid Pollardinfo here

February

Thursday 4th: Seeing Things (Together)book here

Saturday 6th: Responders of Colourbook here

Wednesday 10th: Making Her Markbook here

Thursday 11th: Story Café Special: On Kindnessbook here

Wednesday 17th: Readers of Colourbook here

Wednesday 17th: Making Her Markbook here

Wednesday 17th: In Conversation with Kerri Andrewsbook here

Wednesday 24th: Making Her Markbook here

Thursday 25th: In Conversation with… Gauri Rajebook here

March

Monday 1st: Open Bookbook here

Wednesday 3rd: Making Her Markbook here

Thursday 4th: Reading Group for Muslim Womenbook here

Friday 5th: Seeing Things (Together) Lux D/deaf Artists’ Film Commissionsbook here

Saturday 6th: Responders of Colourbook here

Tuesday 9th: Women Making It: Kindnessbook here

Wednesday 10th: Making Her Markbook here

Thursday 11th: The Meridian Storybook here

Thursday 11th: Story Café: Sister Earth with Dundee Women’s Festivalbook here

Wednesday 17th: Open Archive: Life On and Off the Needle in the 20th Centurybook here

Wednesday 17th: Making Her Markbook here

Thursday 18th: Story Café Special: Brave Your Day with Charley Gaviganbook here

Wednesday 24th: Readers of Colourbook here

Wednesday 24th: Story Café: The Future at Paisley Book Festivalbook here

Wednesday 24th: Making Her Markbook here

Thursday 25th: In Conversation with… Lubna Kerrbook here

Friday 26th: Seeing Things (Together) Weemin’s Warkbook here

Tuesday 30th: This Is Who We Are (BSL Interpreted)book here

April

Friday 2nd: An Evening with Molly Aitkenbook here

Monday 5th: Open Bookbook here

Thursday 8th: Reading Group for Muslim Womenbook here

Saturday 10th: Responders of Colourbook here

Saturday 10th: Seeing Things (Together) Plays in Progressbook here

Saturday 10th: Muslim Women Write: 3 Plays in Progressbook here

Wednesday 14th: Open Archive: A Quilter’s Guide to the Lesbian Archivebook here

Thursday 22nd: Story Café Special: Kirsten MacQuarriebook here

Wednesday 28th: Readers of Colourbook here

May

Saturday 1st: Responders of Colourbook here

Monday 3rd: Open Bookbook here

Saturday 8th: Women of the Necropolis Heritage Walkbook here

Thursday 20th: Open the Door 2021: Presence/Absencebook here

Thursday 20th: Open the Door 2021 – events TBC

Friday 21st: Open the Door 2021 – events TBC

Saturday 22nd: Open the Door 2021 – events TBC

Wednesday 26th: Readers of Colourbook here

Thursday 27th: Story Café: Women of Lettersbook here

Thursday 27th: In Conversation with… Maisie Chanbook here

June

Saturday 5th: Responders of Colourbook here

Monday 7th: Open Bookbook here

We are currently not making printed versions of our seasonal programmes. If you would prefer a large print or audio version of our programme please do let us know by emailing us on info@womenslibrary.org.uk.

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One Comment

  • Posted 5th February, 2021 at 10:06 am | Permalink
    myra

    Love the new programme

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