Thames Library

All year round

Discover, enjoy and connect

Watch a fresh new movie or a gripping documentary from the DVD collection at their monthly Free Film Friday, projected on the big screen of the Carnegie Room. Meet up with other film lovers and watch something new! Please check in with the library staff to find out more about this month’s film. Spaces are limited. Thames Library also hosts a book club run via Book Discussion Scheme, which meets after hours at the library once a month. The club currently has a few spaces available for new members – if this sounds like you, get in touch. The Book Discussion Scheme Convener is also happy to chat if you’re interested in setting up a book club of your own. Contact Thames Library to find out more.



For more info visit:

Thames Library


503 Mackay St


07 868 6616

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