Dulwich Festival Articles

From the cheeky to the cheery – locals’ ambitions before they die….

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In his article of 8th May, Richard Ellis covered the installation of two ‘Before I Die…’ boards in East Dulwich, as part of Dulwich Festival and to mark Dying Matters Awareness Week. As the week […]

Local pupil goes the extra mile

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Matilde Cacao, 10 years old, took the incredible initiative to set up a fundraising stall in favour of The Malala Fund. Setting up her own stand at the Dulwich Festival Fair, she sold food ‘with […]

Dulwich Outdoor Gallery comes indoors

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Dulwich Outdoor Gallery has come inside! Nearly all of the participating artists are selling their artworks in a new pop-up shop in the heart of Dulwich Village. The Dulwich Indoor Gallery was launched during the […]

Louise Ward – Local Artist

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I was born and bought up in Chiswick, West London. I came over to South East London to study at Camberwell School of Art and later on at Central School of Art and Goldsmiths College. […]

Goose Green Fair in pictures

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Sun, food, music and crowds… The Goose Green Fair was buzzing last week. The Goose Green fair takes place every year as part of Dulwich Festival in May. We look forward to the 2017 fair…

The Multiple Myrtle Mysteries – A Dulwich Time­Travel Project

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On Sunday 15th May, Dulwich Park will play host to a piece of interactive outdoor theatre when Dulwich residents will be called upon to help young time traveller Myrtle West get back to the present […]

Dulwich Festival – Interview with Dawn Hill, Chair of the Black Cultural Archives

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In 1616, Edward Alleyn took action to help improve the lives of his contemporaries, and founded the Dulwich we know today. At this year’s Dulwich Festival, we’ll be meeting similarly dynamic individuals from our community, […]

Dulwich Festival: Interview with Jim Trott – Founder of Brass Africa

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In 1616, Edward Alleyn took action to help improve the lives of his contemporaries, and founded the Dulwich we know today. At this year’s Dulwich festival, we’ll be looking at similarly dynamic individuals from our […]

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