Three young artists revolutionized the history of western sculpture, just before the First World War. Their works stand out as both forceful and poignant in this new exhibition at the Royal Academy of Art. You […]
Why are East Dulwich and Dulwich Village so different? Local historian and author Brian Green, of Dulwich Village, will be giving a fascinating insight into the transformations of East Dulwich and Dulwich Village in the […]
The 30th of this month – November – is the anniversary of the Crystal Palace being destroyed by fire in 1936. From construction to destruction, the history of this vast glass and iron structure is kept alive in The Crystal Palace […]
Alison Venn, Director of Comunications at James Allen’s Girls’ School introduces a weekend feast of stunning fine art.
Martin Aveling’s prints are utterly beautiful. His actual pastels are even more astonishing. Martin has just released a series of Limited Edition Fine Art Prints. Here are just two of them, but click on the […]
Ellie and Rosie established a ‘pop up diner’ in their flat above the market in the heart of Brixton earlier this year. Jokingly referred to as the Salad Club the monthly Saturday night underground restaurant […]
Roll film… The camera’s definitely rolling with the Picture Palace Campaign here in Crystal Palace. It looks as if the battle to bring a cinema back to the No. 25 Church Road site could roll […]
Oooh and Aaaah! We all love firework displays don’t we (ok, except maybe not cats and dogs). Brockwell park put on another fabulous 30 minute show last week. I had some firework footage from last year and […]
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