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Three Perpetual Chords – visual music?

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On Saturday 18 April, Conrad Shawcross will visit Dulwich Park for the formal ‘launch’ of his new work Three Perpetual Chords. The artist calls the three sinuous pieces ‘visual descriptions of musical chords’. Regular park […]

Borough Market & Southwark Cathedral

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If you love food, have ever been to London, and you haven’t visited Borough Market yet, you are basically missing your chance at heaven on Earth. For some of you, that may sound like an […]

The Dulwich Seasons

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Seasons are what frame our lives. They affect our day-to day activities, what we wear, where we go, and even how we feel sometimes. Unfortunately, the ins and outs of everyday life often keep us […]

Mural to celebrate Peckham’s skyline

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This April, two South-London based artists are joining forces to create a large scale mural of the Peckham skyline at the Clf Art Café (Bussey Building) as part of the ongoing, community-led efforts to save Peckham’s […]

Southwark launches new cycle loan scheme

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Southwark Council is launching a new cycle loan scheme to encourage more people to cycle. The scheme, launched in partnership with TfL and London Cycling Campaign (LCC), is open to anyone aged 16 and over, […]

Protect Peckham’s rooftop view

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During the summer many thousands of people flock to Peckham to enjoy the open spaces that have been created on the roofs of iconic buildings by Frank’s Café, Bold Tendencies and the Bussey Building, bringing […]

All Saints art project‏

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When Sara Mark arrived as artist in residence at All Saints Church in West Dulwich, we were all intrigued by the contents of her artist’s bag. Wait_meltwater_1LR No paints, pastels or even clay – but […]

Blue Elephant Theatre Presents: Boy in Darkness

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When I found out that I was invited to attend one of the first performances of “Boy in Darkness,” I only knew two things: the play was an adaptation of Mervyn Peake’s novella (of the […]

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