This is the first time Brockley Art House has opened its doors to a large mixed open group exhibition where artists are invited to submit up to two pictures for display. I love doing the rounds of the […]
Borough Market is a veteran food market that has been around for more than 1,000 years. As the oldest food market in London, visiting this food mecca is a must for locals and tourists alike. With […]
On Tues Nov 8th, the Blue Elephant Theatre presented Morir Soñando, a dance performance choreographed by Stephanie Peña. The show was also put on the day before and is part of the theatre’s Elefeet Dance Festival, […]
The Charter School will be holding its annual Christmas Fair on Thursday 24th November from 5.30pm to 8.30pm and throwing open its doors to parents, pupils and the public. Final preparations are being put in […]
The Tower Bridge is a world-famous bridge, thanks to the 2012 London Olympics, but few know its ins and outs. Here’s everything you need to know about the bridge: The bridge was built over a […]
The Dulwich Picture Gallery hosts the very first exhibition dedicated to Dutch painter, Adriaen van de Velde, which will be on display until 15 Jan 2017. The exhibit, Adriaen van de Velde: Dutch Master of […]
Sharing the stories of how they came to the Dulwich Almshouse, five residents expressed the contentment and happiness that the community made them feel. The almshouse is located next to the Dulwich Picture Gallery in Dulwich Village. […]
It is now the twelfth year that Judy Mewburn is organising the Dulwich Picture Gallery Christmas Bazaar but that has not dimmed her enthusiasm. “There will be some forty stands in St Barnabas Parish Hall, […]
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