LONDON AT THE LIBRARY: (M)APPING LONDON
Maps and history may be the means by which we make best sense of and navigate the city but aren’t both part fact and part fable? London’s long life has often been mapped, and, more recently ‘apped’ but even the most geographically accurate of these representations are only a snapshot of a particular time or a particular viewpoint. Salon No 5:(M)apping London brings together two London writers Rachel Litchenstein and Matt Brown to present their own unique picture-memory-stories of the capital.
A soundtrack for the city will be provided by The Clerkenwell Kid.
6.30pm May 30th 2013
Westminster Arts Library
35 St Martins Street
£4/6 in advance from WeGotTickets