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The Subject Index: Peckham’s Growing History

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Nestled in the vibrant neighborhood of Peckham lies Peckham Platform, a gallery whose current exhibition, The Subject Index, aims to provide the public with a history of the South London town. The exhibit is a collaboration […]

Grange Lane Group‏

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The Grange Lane Group made up of twelve Friends of the Picture Gallery who regularly attend the Education Department water colour courses run by Liz Butler was formed in the autumn of 2011. We also […]

East Dulwich – missed but not forgotten

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One of the most difficult realities of life is that change is the only constant. Moving to a new city or country is really hard. When I was growing up I saw people from all […]

Talks at St Faith’s, Red Post Hill

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The next talks by local residents to local residents about their work and their interests is on 25 February. The speakers give a presentation and then we all ask questions and get some answers. There […]

PizzaExpress in Dulwich has the charm of a family run restaurant

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PizzaExpress has been in Dulwich since way back in 1996. Situated in the heart of Dulwich Village, this busy, lively restaurant, close to Dulwich Park, has been totally transformed, featuring artwork inspired by the area’s magnificent […]

Award ceremonies, ten a penny for us all eh!?

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If I was going to get an invite to the Costa Book Award ceremony it would be my first. Therefore you can imagine my thrill at opening the envelope and finding my invitation. The invite […]

Spending Some Time with Time: a trip to the Clockworks Museum

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London has many advantages; the sprawling metropolis holds many of the United Kingdom’s finest museums, galleries, schools, and cultural centers. Very few cities and even countries could match the vast resources such a sprawl can […]

Translating Lorca

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I had several reasons for choosing to direct The House of Bernarda Alba, by Spanish playwright and poet Federico García Lorca. It has a large, all-female cast, which is a bonus when you have a […]

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