It’s April 9th, opening day for Gail’s Artisan Bakery at 91 Dulwich Village. Big red balloons hover outside the entrance. Dulwich residents walking by with their dogs or their strollers stop to stare in the […]
Author Archives: Allison Tetreault
A bitter-sweet physical comedy, Little Soldier Productions’ “You and Me” at Blue Elephant Theatre is more than a play about two elderly woman veering towards senility; it’s about the comforts of home, the frustrations of love and […]
Romeo Jones will exhibit the artwork of local painter Paul Gildea from April 4 through May 2. This will be Gildea’s first showing since he was elected to the New English Art Club and since […]
Steel sculptures line the ground floor of GX Gallery, and surrealist paintings hang in the basement floor. The South London Gallery is now showing two new exhibits, by artists Daniele Dell’Angelo Custode and Stefano Paolicchi, […]
“Small Islands #3,” a new exhibit in AIRLOCK at Space Station Sixty-Five, is Charlotte Squire’s effort to re-purpose antique sewing machines. By the time she’s done with them, they don’t look like inanimate objects; they look like […]
The above is a video about the regeneration, or gentrification, of Brixton. If you have any opinions about the issue, leave comments below.
“Fish are friends. Not food.” Bruce the shark in the Disney Pixar classic “Finding Nemo” was trying to curb his desires for small underwater creatures, but we would do well to remember that fish are […]