William Blake's Lambeth

 


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William Blake is one of Britain's most world renowned poets, artists and thinkers.

His life in Westminster is widely celebrated; yet his decade in Lambeth from 1790 - 1800, when he produced arguably his greatest works, is undervalued and little known.

Discover the traces of Blake's Lambeth with archivist Jon Newman, and while you walk, enjoy highlights such as the site of William Blake's House, Lambeth Palace and the inspiration behind 'London's charter'd streets'.

  • 6pm-8pm
  • FREE

Where

Waterloo Library
Oasis Centre, 1a Kennington Road, London, SE1
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