On Sunday morning we went to the Peckham Munch festival, just up the road from my house on Holly Grove. It was pretty small but still nice, with stalls selling cakes, food, books, Peckham branded […]
Outdoor festivals have everything summer can offer — music, food, crowds, sun and rain… Festivals today are as popular as ever, in fact there’s a festival for everything from food, cars, music, films and even […]
Field Studies, an exhibition of cyanotypes by Liz Charsley-Jory, is on at Romeo Jones in Dulwich Village. Patrick Belton, owner of Romeo Jones and promoter of local artistic talent, spoke with Liz about her new […]
“I thought these things got done at night when no-one was looking,” said Tim, from Franklins, “but now they are done by arrangement, and painted in the daytime. It’s all looking marvellous” So was the […]
The redevelopment of the garden centre site by East Dulwich Station has started. Or at least the demolition part… The redevelopment will provide a 4 storey building comprising 22 flats, library and a retail unit (possibly a […]
Please help us fund a documentary film about how street pianos transform city life – connecting strangers through the magic of music. You can back the project by visiting: www.kickstarter.com This project will only be […]
Well aren’t we a lucky bunch of South Easters? Artusi is Peckham’s latest opening; it was raved about by Jay Rayner as well as Time Out, which might so some way into explaining why their phone line was constantly engaged […]
I had never been a book award judge and now I am about to begin my second judging role in as many months. If you are a passionate bookseller (I am) being asked to read […]
Seen around DulwichThis used to be a tree. That’s awesome, right?
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