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Ben Woodeson at Dulwich College

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When one thinks of the perfect artist to create an installation in a boys’ College, Ben Woodeson probably wouldn’t come to mind. For the past few years, Woodeson’s work has all fit into the self-made […]

Exciting Projects at Volunteer Action for Peace

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For a busy week starting on 13 December a small group of volunteers from seven countries will cook, eat and sleep at the South London Scout Centre in Grange Lane. The rest of the time […]

Review: Usagi Yojimbo at Southwark Playhouse

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Usagi Yojimbo is an adventure based on a Japanese comic book story created by Stan Sakai. It is set in the 17th century and tells the story of a young rabbit who wants to become […]

Eat, Shop and Sing on Holly Grove with Pexmas!

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We are delighted to announce the return of Pexmas’ annual festive outing, this year on 13th December on Holly Grove Park, Peckham with FREE entry for all! Celebrating its third year, Pexmas curates independent and […]

Guaranteed snow this Christmas in Blackheath

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‘Tis the season to be creative. Art and music – not just for Christmas! Thanks to John Payne Estate Agents, it’s guaranteed to be a White Christmas in Blackheath. First, The Conservatoire brought sand to […]

Biking at the Blue Elephant

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The Southern United States has, one could say, one of the most distinctive, most recognizable regional flairs in the world. It has left its imprint on the artistic world through the prose of William Faulkner, […]

Looking back at Dulwich Quilters 2014 Exhibition

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The weather on 15th and 16th November was grim, grey, gloomy and wet but inside The Old Library, Dulwich College, it was awash with colour – Dulwich Quilters’ Quilt Exhibition was on view and I think […]

Art with a Purpose

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Currently, the Victoria and Albert Museum is displaying an exhibit titled Disobedient Objects containing protest artifacts from all over the world. These objects include uniforms and posters used by the Guerrilla Girls who fight discrimination […]

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Seen around Dulwich

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Loving the new window display at Tales on Moon Lane. Yes, those are real doughnuts!

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