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Guaranteed snow this Christmas in Blackheath

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‘Tis the season to be creative. Art and music – not just for Christmas! Thanks to John Payne Estate Agents, it’s guaranteed to be a White Christmas in Blackheath. First, The Conservatoire brought sand to […]

Biking at the Blue Elephant

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The Southern United States has, one could say, one of the most distinctive, most recognizable regional flairs in the world. It has left its imprint on the artistic world through the prose of William Faulkner, […]

Looking back at Dulwich Quilters 2014 Exhibition

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The weather on 15th and 16th November was grim, grey, gloomy and wet but inside The Old Library, Dulwich College, it was awash with colour – Dulwich Quilters’ Quilt Exhibition was on view and I think […]

Art with a Purpose

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Currently, the Victoria and Albert Museum is displaying an exhibit titled Disobedient Objects containing protest artifacts from all over the world. These objects include uniforms and posters used by the Guerrilla Girls who fight discrimination […]

East Dulwich Christmas Cracker – Saturday 6 December

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A joyful day to shop local in East Dulwich with performers popping up between shops along Lordship Lane and a stage of music and performance next to the market on North Cross Road. Extra merriment […]

Santa rides on huskies to Goodrich school’s winter fair

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The Goodrich Primary School Winter Fair is set to entertain children and adults on Saturday 6 December from 2 to 5pm. The fair, organized by FOG (Friends of Goodrich) is aimed to get people of […]

A Woman of All Sorts

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Emily Carr’s time in England appeared to have been a failure. The artist who returned to Victoria in 1904 was a changed woman whose increasing idiosyncrasies, which now included habits as unladylike as smoking and […]

South London’s leading ensemble celebrates diversity of British Music

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The St. George’s Chamber Orchestra, Beckenham’s professional chamber orchestra, has announced a concert in December, with a unique programme of universally appealing British music, featuring household names alongside lesser known composers. The St. George’s Chamber […]

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