Field Studies, an exhibition of cyanotypes by Liz Charsley-Jory, is on at Romeo Jones in Dulwich Village. Patrick Belton, owner of Romeo Jones and promoter of local artistic talent, spoke with Liz about her new […]
“I thought these things got done at night when no-one was looking,” said Tim, from Franklins, “but now they are done by arrangement, and painted in the daytime. It’s all looking marvellous” So was the […]
The redevelopment of the garden centre site by East Dulwich Station has started. Or at least the demolition part… The redevelopment will provide a 4 storey building comprising 22 flats, library and a retail unit (possibly a […]
Please help us fund a documentary film about how street pianos transform city life – connecting strangers through the magic of music. You can back the project by visiting: www.kickstarter.com This project will only be […]
Well aren’t we a lucky bunch of South Easters? Artusi is Peckham’s latest opening; it was raved about by Jay Rayner as well as Time Out, which might so some way into explaining why their phone line was constantly engaged […]
I had never been a book award judge and now I am about to begin my second judging role in as many months. If you are a passionate bookseller (I am) being asked to read […]
Dulwich Hamlet FC has been in financial difficulties for a number of years. Hadley Property Group has recently acquired an interest in the site and Club and we have spent the past 6 months putting both […]
The East Dulwich Literary Festival is organised by and held at Harris Girls’ Academy East Dulwich. The aims of the festival are twofold: to engage our students with literature and love for reading through the […]
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