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Once a month at Jubilee Library, there’s a free music talk – everyone is welcome!In Febuary, Francis gave a talk about the infamous Larry Levan and in case you missed it, he’s kindly given us the transcipt! Larry Levan & … Continue reading
Next week is Refugee week and there’s a full week of events happening at Jubilee library, from talks and workshops to children’s crafts and exhibitions!Here’s the programme of events: Find out more about refugee week events across the city here, … Continue reading
Once a month at Jubilee Library, there’s a free music talk – and the Hanover Directory was kind enough to print a piece on the talks & what’s coming up!
21st June 2019 10am – 5pm at Jubilee & Hove libraries Make Music Day is the world’s largest annual music festival with FREE events in more than 800 cities across 120 countries. As part of the celebrations, both Jubilee & … Continue reading
Once a month at Jubilee Library, there’s a free music talk – everyone is welcome! Francis, one of the members of library staff who runs the music club, gave April’s talk and in case you missed it: 80’s Dub Disco, New … Continue reading
Once a month at Jubilee Library, there’s a free music talk – everyone is welcome! Dan from Resident Records was kind enough to come in and give March’s talk and in case you missed it: Space Rock and Free Festival … Continue reading