I frequently rummage around old bookshops, sometimes for research and quite often just for fun. One book I happened upon recently Gordon S. Maxwell, Just Beyond London: some travellers’ tales with some glimpses of rus-in-sub-urbe, […]
An imprint of contemporary life in East Dulwich Vic Lee’s depiction of Lordship Lane is approachable art that does not need an explanation. It simply shows a street in an area that Vic lives in […]
So how is art relevant today? What does it mean to you? Have you visited Dulwich Picture Gallery? What would it take for you to visit DPG? These are some of the questions posed by […]
On the 17th of this month the Brixton pound was born, after a moderately short gestation. So what on earth, you may be wondering, is this all about? It’s not, as somebody asked me, the […]
The portrait of Edward Alleyn, founder of Dulwich College, shows a grand, respectable figure. So what was he doing mixed up in a fatal stabbing in East London? Anna Sayburn investigates.
There were 2 birthday parties in Dulwich on Saturday, where everyone was invited. Village Books, the fantastic little independent bookshop in Dulwich Village, was celebrating its 13th birthday by offering everyone who passed by balloons, birthday cake, […]
Local artists Mel McCleary and Sue King have been friends for over twenty years. They were first neighbours in Wapping and now, amazingly, both live on the same street in East Dulwich. They are mounting […]
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