If you are thinking about using just one of those panels and a standard incandescent house bulb - forget about it ! -. That panel only produces 0.6 watts of power, and that's likely only in fullest sunlight.
You may be able use a very small DC bulb from a flash light (torch) with that panel. If using a small 3V 200ma incandescent bulb you could connect it directly to the leads of the solar panel. Of course with no other components (like a battery), when a cloud goes by the light goes bye-bye.
Another option would be to hook up 10 red or yellow LEDs in parallel (with a 51 ohm resistor in series with each LED). That allows about 20ma per LED. This could also be connected directly to the panel output (observing polarity of the LEDs).
The 3V output would not quite be enough to directly drive most white LEDs as they tend to need 3v or more. There are booster circuits available that could increase the voltage to drive a white LED, but with only one solar panel you would still be limited to 0.6w (or less depending on the efficiency of the booster). - Here is one example of a voltage booster that might be used - http://www.icstation.com/icstation-mt3608-step-booster-power-apply-module-p-3448.html
To get any significant light output you would need to buy several panels and place them in series or parallel to get higher power levels.