Dulwich Festival Articles

Used book-stall raises money for Friends of Dulwich Picture Gallery

Friends book stall

As part of the Dulwich Park Fair on Sunday 17 May, Friends of  Dulwich Picture Gallery hosted a stall selling used books. We raised £170 for the Friends, which is fantastic! A big thanks to all you […]

A Bigger and Better Artists’ Open House

Dulwich Festival Artists’ Open House 2009 9-10 and 16-17 May, 11am – 6 pm It gets bigger and bigger… Two wonderful weekends to browse, to snoop, perchance to buy… Now in its fifth year The […]

Andrew Motion in Dulwich

Outgoing Poet Laureate, Andrew Motion, is coming to Dulwich this week to speak at the festival. Fresh out of his ten-year tenure as figurehead of the nation’s poetic life, he’s one of the hottest tickets […]

Dulwich Festival: Michael Morpurgo – ‘The Mozart Question’

‘The juxtaposition of music and words in the performance is very special.’ Michael Morpurgo, children’s Laureate 2003-05, talks to Sue Gillie. The Mozart Question, set in Venice and a concentration camp, is the story of […]

The Golden Compass – Critics and Controversies

The Golden Compass (2007) is being screened as part of a double family event on Sunday 10 May at Dulwich Picture Gallery Director: Chris Weitz Starring: Nicole Kidman, Daniel Craig, Ian McKellen, Dakota Blue Richards […]

How Do You Make Animals Talk?

Sue Rowe can. She will be explaining how to achieve that and a lot more on 10 May at Dulwich Picture Gallery as part of the Dulwich Festival. “I am one of only a few […]

Camberwell College Students show at Dulwich Festival – Artists’ Open House

Global marketing and communication has diminished ‘place’ as a theme worthy of investigation and made it easy to overlook the fact that we form part of a community in the spaces we inhabit everyday. Three […]

Dulwich Festival: A solo walk across Africa

Inspired by the legendary crossings of the great explorers, Fran Sandham left the daily grind of London to walk solo 3,000 miles across an entire continent from Namibia to Zanzibar, accompanied only by a disastrous […]

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