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Little Disco in Dulwich


We are two East Dulwich mums who are always on the look-out for fun local activities to enjoy as a family. Spring is in the air and the thought of spending yet another Saturday chasing […]

Bound Feet Blues – A Life told in Shoes

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Dulwich based author and story performer Yang-May Ooi discusses her new story performance Bound Feet Blues Yang-May Ooi is fresh back from a run around Dulwich Park. In her running shoes and outdoor gear she […]

RUSSIAN ARK – ‘One of the most astonishing films ever made’


The Bigger Picture Film Club is screening Russian Ark on Thursday 20 March, upstairs at the East Dulwich Tavern. It is one of the most staggering technical achievements in cinema—a single shot lasting 95 minutes […]

East Dulwich once again named as one of the top 101 places to live in Britain


East Dulwich was one of five areas in London named in a list of the top 101 places to live in Britain by the Sunday Times. Along with Balham, Hackney, Alexandra Palace and Marlyebone. The Sunday […]

Joanna Trollope’s plea – support your independent bookshop

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Joanna Trollope has written 19 novels and a shelf-full of historic romances under the name of Caroline Harvey and during her many years as a successful author she has seen enormous changes in publishing and […]

Artwork for the Home at Romeo Jones

Misty Trees by Caroline Underwood

Romeo Jones has an atmosphere that immediately puts people at ease. From the delectable pastries covering every surface to the fresh fruits ready to be sliced, it is a place that feels like a home. […]

Q & A with Richard Lloyd, Curator of ‘Hockney, Printmaker’ at Dulwich Picture Gallery

Hockney drawing on a lithographic stone for one of the 'Lithograph of Water' series. Tyler Workshop Ltd. artist's studio, Bedford Village, New York, 1980. National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, gift of Kenneth Tyler 2001.

Richard Lloyd, Curator of Hockney, Printmaker and International Head of Prints at Christie’s Auction House, discusses his personal highlights of the exhibition and explains why printmaking is often overlooked. “At a fundamental level my objective with […]

One for the weekend – Portraits in Dulwich


South London-based artist, Grace Aza-Selinger, has created a series of portraits with a focus on Dulwich-residents. The idea behind the project was to take a snapshot of life in Dulwich. From the many independent shops […]

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