You may have seen and heard local heroes Sly & Reggie around Dulwich blasting out sounds and raps from the back of a black Morris Minor pick up truck, spouting middle class protestations via the […]
Our community has really come together to support the DOV party on Sunday.
Lots of musicians (see below) are performing for free. So are the contemporary dancers who will be giving 4 short performances in the mausoleum, exclusively for DOV party people, after the public have left.
We have been donated a free huge marquee by Beaumont Marquees, and so many businesses are giving us cakes!
Dulwich Picture Gallery exhibitions inspire personal creativity- poetry, paining and more. DOV has been sent a poem inspired by the Paul Nash exhibition that finished in May and two portraits inspired by the Wyeth exhibition […]
Hannah Rondel, age 17, has sent us this beautiful portrait that she painted after a visit to The Wyeth Family: Three Generations of American Art at Dulwich Picture Gallery. Hannah writes: ‘This is a study […]
Steve Varley has sent us this beautiful portrait that he painted after a visit to The Wyeth Family: Three Generations of American Art at Dulwich Picture Gallery. Steve writes: ‘Despite being involved in teaching art […]
In Southwark, Black history month has been recognised for over 20 years with a month long programme of exciting and inspirational events and workshops. Every year throughout October people, schools, libraries, groups and organisations host […]
Norman Long, life long Dulwich resident and local historian wrote a response to Beryl Chandler’s reminisces on growing up in Lordship Lane – all in verse! A Ride on the Tram The big red double […]
Another year has passed for Dulwich schools and another A level year has moved on to the next stage of their lives in the way seemingly A Level years have been doing forever.Among my friends […]
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