Dulwich Festival Articles

eye music – a rare exhibition


Friday 08 May, 6-9pm sees the opening of eye music at The Arches Courtyard Space, Blenheim Grove, Peckham. The exhibition takes place the weekends of the 9 & 10 and 16 & 17 May, specially […]

The Arches Studios – Artists’ Open House


It is very possible to live in a neighbourhood for years and not discover some of its hidden treasures. It is often the case when we have our open studios that people who have lived […]

Weighting for an extraordinary show?


This May, Southwark invites you to the premiere of Weighting, to watch an incredible FREE circus show showcasing a fantastic fusion of music, dance and aerial acrobatics featuring disabled and non-disabled performers. This unique performance […]

Tis the season for outdoor festivals


Outdoor festivals have everything summer can offer — music, food, crowds, sun and rain… Festivals today are as popular as ever, in fact there’s a festival for everything from food, cars, music, films and even […]

Great Escapes – WW2 talk today

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A very special evening of fascinating insight into some of the greatest escape stories in WW2 takes place at The Charter School assembly hall tonight (starting at 7.30pm), with BBC presenter Edward Stourton and Times […]

Video: Last Year’s Dulwich Festival Fair on Goose Green

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Dulwich Festival is around the corner – 5 days away! To help give you a little feel for what the Dulwich Festival Fair is all about, the lovely Ben at Chuffed Productions produced this fab video for […]

Sarah Hamilton at Artists Open House


The Mole had been working very hard all the morning, spring- cleaning his little home. First with brooms, then with dusters; then on ladders and steps and chairs, with a brush and a pail of […]

Dulwich Contemporary Art Gallery: The Battle of Hastings – The Ones to Watch


Taking inspiration from the many trips we have made this past year to Hastings and St Leonard’s, we have been immersed in a creative hub, visiting artist’s garrets up five sets of narrow staircases; south […]

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