Events

St Bride Library hosts a variety of print-related lectures, exhibitions and talks throughout the year, as well as talks and conferences on everything from poster design to handwriting, resulting in an exciting and vibrant series of events running the whole year round.

As well as our library events, we host live music and networking in the Theatre Bar, which also contains our Bar Gallery, showcasing beautiful work from artists, photographers and engravers.

Among the events that we run in the Theatre bar is the successful Print Networking Club and (ex-)Printers' Drinks, which both take place on a monthly basis. We also host a variety of external events, including talks, workshops and round tables.

St Bride Foundation also plays host to a series of events dedicated to the print industry, including the popular Type Tuesday series and the Designer Book Binders COVERED exhibition, held annually at St Bride.

Please Note - Refunds are not offered on either Conferences or Events.


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DRACULA PART I: Jonathan Harker’s Journal


Jonathan Harker recounts his terrifying journey to meet Count Dracul... Read More

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The Counter Press – Elizabeth Ellis & David Marshall


The Beatrice Warde Memorial Lecture.

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Very Serious People at the Bridewell Theatre Bar


Improv comedy in Bridewell Theatre Bar.

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Pictures in the Fire, or: Great Uncle George Dalziel, discovering a long lost family history


The story of The Camden Press

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St Bride Library


Opening dates for 2017
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Life In a Maze


Images from the photography group at the Helen Bamber Foundation.

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ULTRABOLD The Journal of St Bride Library


ULTRABOLD...ON HOLD but not... Read More

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Eye Magazine’s Type Tuesday


Type Tuesday returns

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Graphic Means: A history of graphic design production


The screening will be followed by a Q&A... Read More

WHAT'S ON AT ST BRIDE FOUNDATION

BLOG & EVENTS

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Wayzgoose 2016


On Sunday 15.5.16 St Bride Foundation hosted the second Wayzgoose.

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DRACULA PART I: Jonathan Harker’s Journal


Jonathan Harker recounts his terrifying journey to meet Count Dracula.

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