The Festival is a local not-for-profit community organisation run by a growing team of local people. They have been working hard over the last few months to prepare for the 2014 event, which runs from […]
If a person who lived life without religion dies, the close relatives or friends will often look to organise a funeral that respects the dead person’s views, regardless of their own. Dulwich-based funeral celebrant Trevor […]
Last week, GCSE art students at Harris Boys’ Academy East Dulwich, showcased their wonderful artistic talents at an evening private view. My brother Junad, who just finished his GCSE exams, exhibited his amazing art works […]
A free outdoor screening of rare Edwardian films on the site of the original Gaumont film studios in Camberwell on 30th August 2014. The Gaumont film company set up their studio near Dog Kennel Hill, […]
For the second time the Dulwich Players’ open-air Shakespeare production has been accepted to be part of the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Open Stages Project. Starting three years ago, the RSC invited amateur groups undertaking productions […]
Visitors to Dulwich Picture Gallery will know Elizabeth Linley immediately: the love-struck 18-year-old with her sister Mary in Gainsborough’s show-stopping double portrait. The more loyal may remember a later painting, lent from Washington for the […]
Sarah Morgan talks to Tania Azevedo, director of Scenes from Hello Again, which will run at Blue Elephant Theatre from Tuesday 24th June to Saturday 28th June. It is being produced by Play Pen Productions, of which […]
You are invited to an evening of good food, good wine and good music on Sunday 29 June in the stunning garden of 39 College Road from 6.30pm to 8.30pm. This gorgeous contemporary garden was designed to […]
Seen around DulwichThis used to be a tree. That’s awesome, right?
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