The short answer is yes! Dig around a little and you’ll find Dulwich residents tripping various light fantastics, from Scottish to Rock and Roll via jazz dance, kids ballet, and ballroom. Alternate Tuesdays sees a goodly […]
Featuring the music of Benjamin Britten and Gustav Holst, the Dulwich Choral Society presents a treat for local music lovers Founded in 1944, the Dulwich Choral Society is a buzzing friendly choir with about 80 […]
As the days grow shorter and the winter steadily approaches, Erica Green discovers ways to avoid Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).
We live among acres of sports fields, parks, ponds, woods and tree-lined avenues of mansions, slap bang in the middle of London. Spring in Dulwich is beautiful; Autumn is sublime. Lucky sods, that’s what we […]
Everyone seems to be talking about Anish Kapoor’s show at the Royal Academy. References to the human body mainly – eyes, alimentary canals, blood, women’s parts… You can hear what Royal Academy Senior Lecturer Graham Greenfield has to say on 5 November at Dulwich Picture Gallery.
Enjoy a relaxed evening of one-stop Christmas gift shopping at the Gallery, with a range of arts and crafts by local artists. Thursday 19 November 2009 at 6.30pm in Dulwich Picture Gallery and Cloisters Furthermore, this year’s […]
Did you know: There is a tradition that Queen Elizabeth I once came up the river Effra in her royal barge, possibly to visit Alleyn; The whole district around Dulwich wood was notorious for highwaymen and […]
Kevin at Push Studios is using his new space and his imagination. Push Studios is making exercise really fun. Pole Fit – what on earth is that? ‘And you can spin till your arms drop […]
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