Anna Sayburn celebrates the arrival of Spring in Dulwich. I do love it when the seasons behave properly. After a proper snowy winter, it looks as if Nature is throwing everything into a fecund, bosky […]
On St. Patrick’s Day wine columnist Greville Havenhand looks at the unexpected influence of Irish exiles and their families on the world of wine. Wandering around the attractive Port of Kinsale I came upon a […]
Philippa Abrahams and the Museum of the Order of St John I have been the Curator at St John’s Gate for over 30 years and for most of that time I have had the privilege […]
Will Lunn of the William Angel Gallery introduces work by contemporary artist Ross Jones. William Angel Gallery in East Dulwich is gradually becoming established as a local arts hub. With an exciting program of monthly […]
Following on from his popular architecture talks, Dulwich Society chairman Ian McInnes will lead an architectural walk around Dulwich Village this Sunday. Here, he tells us about a few of the interesting houses he’ll introduce. […]
Spiritual, illogical, hybrid, ambiguous, ephemeral, changeable, formal and conceptual. Beata Kozlowska talks about Micro-Macro Vision, the new exhibition by Elaine Mullings, Tomasz Stando, Jean Elliot and herself at the Red Gate Gallery in Brixton.
GalleryFilm’s March screening – on Monday. Includes wine, DVD sales table, and a free prize draw. Director: Anthony Minghella Starring: Matt Damon, Jude Law, Cate Blanchett, Gwyneth Paltrow, Phillip Seymour Hoffman Synopsis: Tom Ripley (Matt […]
Local opera singer Morag McLaren tells Dulwich OnView about learning to let go with improvisational opera company ‘Impropera’, currently at Leicester Square Theatre. When I was first invited to be involved in Impropera I was totally […]
Seen around DulwichThis used to be a tree. That’s awesome, right?
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