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A beautiful exhibition at Romeo Jones

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I am a local artist living and working in East Dulwich and am lucky enough to have a studio at the end of my garden. I have lived in East Dulwich for over 25 years […]

I just had a baby!


You may have noticed that I took a short break from Dulwich OnView, but it was all for a good reason… I had my beautiful baby boy early this year. He’s healthy, happy and he’s […]

Dulwich College Pupil makes World Schools Debating Championships

Kenza Wilks from Dulwich College who is this year's debating team captain for England!

Dulwich Pupil, Kenza Wilks, has been selected to be the team Captain for this competition which will take place in Stuttgart this July. The World Schools Debating Championship is the most prestigious debating competition in the […]

Brixton’s Impromptu Bowie Tribute


As social media is overrun with posts for David Bowie Brixton residents find their own way to commemorate one of one of the world’s best musical talents. Since the announcement at the beginning of this week tributes to […]

Dulwich Poet in the running for Costa Book Awards


Dulwich poet Kate Miller is one of four writers up for an award in the poetry category of this year’s Costa Book Awards. An art historian and picture restorer by training Miller published her first collection […]

Dulwich On View needs You!


Dulwich On View are looking for new Contributors Do you have a great story you think we should tell? Do you live locally and can keep us up to date with the latest happenings? Do […]

Dulwich Picture Gallery inspires Street Art in Herne Hill and Peckham

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Dulwich Picture Gallery has once again inspired new walls from world renowned street artists in South London. Back in October to coincide with the current exhibition The Amazing world of M C Escher  they worked with Dulwich Outdoor […]

Save the Half Moon Pub in Herne Hill


  A petition to Boris Johnson hoping to save Herne Hill’s Half Moon pub from closure has garnered much local support this month. The Grade II listed building near Brockwell Park is currently under threat after […]

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