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Photo Maltby, Source Lubetkin, courtesy John Allan

The Finsbury Health Centre, designed by Berthold Lubetkin, has inspired a book that’s in the running for the prize for the funniest novel of the year.

 

An online exhibition and book, Building the Brutal, features previously unseen photographs of the final construction of the Barbican.

 

With more than 50 participants in 2015, the Fringe activity is a vibrant element of CDW that’s not be missed.

 

To mark the Queen’s official birthday Clerkenwell and Islington Guides (CIGA) are leading a weekend of guided walks across the borough. All proceeds will go to The Reading Agency, the Islington-based charity that supports reading and literacy for children and adults.

 

Cockpit Arts is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year.

 

The Goldsmiths’ Centre in Britton Street is hosting a retrospective exhibition of the artist, silversmith and jeweller Pamela Rawnsley, who died in 2014.

 

The Museum of London has partnered with the February issue of National Geographic magazine on a photographic exhibition of objects

 

Storytelling for all ages will be at the heart of London Metropolitan Archives' spring literature festival, Word on the Street: Lost & Found, from 12 to 20 May.

 

British photographer Martin Parr is known for his unique take on everyday life in the UK, so he’s the perfect curator for a new Barbican exhibition

 

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