For some people the change of seasons doesn’t do anything at all, and for others it means a complete change of mood, new types of activities, a different choice of produce, and a speeding up […]
The pop up concept has been around for a while, with everything from pop up art shops through to complete Box Parks like Pop Brixton, and everything in-between. Pop up dining and supper clubs have […]
In Town, is a series of lectures about major exhibitions in other London galleries. Experts will talk in depth about the artists, their background and influences. Jessica Saraga, Tate guide and a painter herself, writes here […]
Today I had lunch with a debut author, stand-up comedian, blogger, and parent of a young son afflicted with cerebral palsy and autism. John Williams, who lives in Lewisham, has just published ‘My Son’s Not […]
Local residents will soon have a unique chance to meet three dynamic Cubans who will be at the GX Gallery, Denmark Hill, in the opening days of an exhibition of the work of 30 Cuban […]
Winifred Knights exhibition at Dulwich Picture Gallery has now come to an end. I’ve written an article about the artist and some of my thoughts on the show. Winifred Knights (1899-1947) was an award winning […]
The Friends of Dulwich Picture Gallery is arranging a visit to Two Temple Place, an extraordinary building overlooking the Thames from the Embankment. It had once belonged to William Waldorf Astor, who in his day […]
The Get Well Clinic in Camberwell offers “Community Acupuncture” for Camberwell, Dulwich, Herne Hill and Peckham every Tuesday at Zen Yoga in Camberwell Grove from 3:15-6:45pm Treatment is offered by local practitioners George Monkhouse and Marion […]
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