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A Poetic Performance from the Blue Elephant Theatre

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The Blue Elephant Theatre always opens their doors to new ideas, artists, creators. As such, the two shows I have seen there this past month, In Transit and The Unstable Table’s Double Bill, have stood out […]

Catford Constitutional Club

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I’m a fan of Antic pubs. The Royal Albert was my stalwart local during my four years in New Cross, and I could while away hours in there with friends, sipping on pints and playing Shithead. I frequent […]

Dulwich Quilters 2014 exhibition

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Along with the fireworks there has been the whirring of sewing machines around Dulwich these past few weeks – once again it is time for Dulwich Quilters to have their exhibition. This coming Friday, The […]

Peckham: the up and coming neighborhood in South London

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  A few weeks ago, I took an exploratory trip to Peckham in order to view Peckham Square Studio’s first exhibit independent of the nearby Camberwell College of Arts. The show, a collection of photos […]

A New and Exciting Production

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Rarely can one claim to have gone to the theatre and had the opportunity to see something completely new. A young talent sometimes appears in an old troupe, a young director can work with old […]

South London’s leading ensemble finally appears at Dulwich Picture Gallery

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Dominic Moore, the musical director of the renowned St George’s Chamber Ensemble, is also one of the three founders of St George’s Chamber Orchestra. Just days before our chat they had a celebration concert to […]

Southerden Pastry Store, Peckham

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Peckham’s ‘gentrification’ continues, with the Bellenden Road area becoming more and more upmarket. Estate agents like to call it Bellenden Village to really drive those house prices up, but then most estate agents are, well, […]

Monthly Open Mic event at Blue Mountain Cafe

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Remember this article? I wrote the article a few weeks back to make you aware about my charity to help tackle bullying in schools and on the street. Mel Nugent, owner of the Blue Mountain Cafe, is […]

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