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Wayzgoose 2016


On Sunday 15.5.16 St Bride Foundation hosted the second Wayzgoose.

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The Fire Next Time


“Today considerably more that one hundred thousand men who were disabled by the Gr... Read More

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Truth Against all the World


On the morning of the (presumably freezing) fifth of January 1893, sixty composito... Read More

EVENTS

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From Sketch to Screen: How to To Create Typefaces


How are typefaces designed?

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Type Tuesday: Signs of Italy


Eye presents another evening in the magazine’s series of informal quarter... Read More

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St Bride Library


Opening dates for 2017
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THEATRE

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Lunchbox Theatre


Escape the office dramas this lunchtime and lose yourself in another at our Lunchbox Theatre.

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Evening Programme


Come along to one of our evening performances taking in a pre show drink in our Theatre bar.

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Bar Gallery & Events


The Bridewell Bar’s not just for drinks in the wee small hours, but also hosts live music and other occasional special events.

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news

Wayzgoose 2016


On Sunday 15.5.16 St Bride Foundation hosted the second Wayzgoose.

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news

From Sketch to Screen: How to To Create Typefaces


How are typefaces designed?

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  • “What gunpowder did for war the printing press has done for the mind.”

SOME FACTS ABOUT US

YEARS SINCE WE OPENED
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VISITORS PER YEAR
AMAZING ITEMS
Print Heritage Partner

THE PERFECT PARTNER DOESN’T COME ALONG EVERY DAY

St Bride Foundation was built more than 100 years ago to server Fleet Street’s burgeoning print community.

Now, it needs your help to preserve its extensive library and unrivalled collection of artefacts, publications, typefaces and a dating back to the very origins of the printing industry.

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WEDDINGS AT ST BRIDE FOUNDATION

Unique weddings and civil partnership
services at the St Bride foundation

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