The London Library announces autumn season of events

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The London Library announces autumn season of events

It's arguably one of the capital's most historic libraries - with Charles Dickens, Agatha Christie and Bram Stoker among the famous names who've borrowed books from its shelves. The London Library in St James's Square is home to 17 miles of literature - and has just announced it's autumn season of events to its 7,000 members. London Live was given a chance to see inside the building, and find out more about what's in store over the coming months.

 

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