GX Gallery used to be a bakery during the First World War. You can see the traces of this past as you walk through the rooms: there’s the old dummy waiter, the original ovens, ash […]
I had absolutely no context for my visit to Dulwich Picture Gallery. I had found the facts of the place (almost two hundred years old, supported by the community, a hidden gem), but what I […]
Something new keeps catching my eye. I’ve already walked through Dulwich Picture Gallery’s Open Exhibition two, three times, but I still feel I haven’t taken in nearly enough. The variety of colors, styles, techniques; the […]
North Dulwich Lawn Tennis club hosted Danny Sapsford and Andrew Richardson from the Bright Ideas for Tennis organisation back in June 2014 for a fundraising day. Danny Sapsford founded the organisation, which operates by visiting […]
Lee Miller was born in 1907 but for women of today she is a real shape-shifter. Her life would make an exciting film, all the ingredients are there; glamour and fame, lovers in exotic places, […]
Dulwich Croquet Club is hidden off Burbage Road as part of the Dulwich Sports Club. We retained our title as the national club champions, and on top of this and various other successes this season, it is […]
Thanks to all our helpers The Festival publicity has now been distributed – during two great Sundays of bandstand music at the Herne Hill Market, and through letterboxes in Herne Hill, Dulwich Village, East Dulwich, […]
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