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Vibrant summery blue cyanotype prints at Romeo Jones

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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 […]

The Life of a Street Piano – video

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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 […]

24 Hours in Dulwich

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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 […]

World War One Interactive Map

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The Herne Hill Society, with the Dulwich Society and the Friends of Norwood Cemetery, has launched an online interactive map to commemorate the centenary of World War One. So far the map features nearly 50 […]

Celebrating a life

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If a person who lived life without religion dies, the close relatives or friends will often look to organise a funeral that respects the dead person’s views, regardless of their own. Dulwich-based funeral celebrant Trevor […]

GCSE Art Exhibition at Harris Boys’ Academy East Dulwich

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Last week, GCSE art students at Harris Boys’ Academy East Dulwich, showcased their wonderful artistic talents at an evening private view. My brother Junad, who just finished his GCSE exams, exhibited his amazing art works […]

The Lost Romance of Elizabeth Linley

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Visitors to Dulwich Picture Gallery will know Elizabeth Linley immediately: the love-struck 18-year-old with her sister Mary in Gainsborough’s show-stopping double portrait. The more loyal may remember a later painting, lent from Washington for the […]

Marianne Kavanagh at Village Books

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Isn’t it lovely when a local friend has been supporting the local bookshop right from the start for all of its 17 years – then has her own UK book launch there! This is Marianne […]

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