Dulwich on View’s “wine man” Greville Havenhand, discusses wines to go with seasonal game. Now is the season for game, both furred and feathered. I know that there are those who object to game on ethical grounds […]
The discovery of the diaries of Richard Randall (1736-1826) in the Archives at Dulwich College has provided a happy coincidence with the return of Christ’s Chapel’s celebrated organ and the 250th anniversary of the death […]
Compulsive writing is a sickness and thinking you’ll earn any money out of it is unlikely to make you well. But writing is just a craft; the art is getting a reader.
Have you seen that wonderful exhibition of drawings at Dulwich Picture Gallery yet? Gaugin, Picasso, Van Gogh, Schiele, Kandinsky…. Its there until 17th January and not 27 January as stated in the Friends magazine, In […]
Local author Steve Overbury opts to publish his own book – London Babylon – and in this two-part article he’s still trying to figure out why.
Frances Barrett, leader of the violas in the Dulwich Symphony Orchestra writes… “I’m out playing music two or three nights a week these days. It all started when I joined the Dulwich Symphony Orchestra several […]
Last night was quite an evening. GalleryFilm showed the Satyajit Ray film Pather Panchali. It is a beautiful, slow film about life (in particular, 5 lives) in a Bengali village in the 50s with the music of Ravi […]
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 […]
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