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Whatever it is that interests you at the Library, we’ve gathered all our latest news. There’s plenty for you to get involved in.
 
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West Africa: Word, Symbol, Song
Opens Friday 16 October 2015
Visit our new exhibition where you’ll be able to see original manuscripts, artworks and rare items that highlight the age-old wealth of West Africa’s written and oral culture.
Book now >
 
Gift ideas from our Shop
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Finding Fela
DVD

 £12.50 
Buy now >

Kingston Mids
Trainers

 £70 
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West Africa: Word,
Symbol, Song Book

 £20 
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 Crosley Cruiser
Turntable

£100 
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West Africa Schools Programme
Discover the cultural dynamism of West Africa, with workshops for primary, secondary and further education groups and teachers' events inspired by our vibrant exhibition.
Find out more >
 
Science in schools: what are the options?
Our popular TalkScience series continues with a discussion about what secondary school science education is for and how it should be taught.
Book now >
 
Question Time for Entrepreneurs
Take your opportunity to quiz Deborah Meaden and a panel of some of Britain’s best-known entrepreneurs about the secrets of their success.
Book now >
 
Latest blogs
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Erasmus manuscript
saved for the
nation
The British Library
acquires a unique
manuscript
Read more > 
Conservation of a
photographic album
from Burma
A snapshot of Burmese
royalty and panoramas
of Mandalay 
Read more > 
The
elephant’s
revenge
We tell a story with
a moral – never
tease an elephant
Read more > 
How to spot
a gap in the
market
Our Q and A with
entrepreneur Peter Ford,
founder of Mr Pen
Read more > 
More news
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Discover Literature: Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre was published on 16 October 1847 Read more >
Free half-term fun for all the family, from craft workshops to displays of birds of prey Read more >
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