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The Herne Hill Music Festival returns this Autumn

Camilla George, performing on 7th October

The Festival this October opens in spectacular style with two contrasting events on Friday 7th – Mozart’s Don Giovanni performed by Dulwich Opera Company in the new hall at Herne Hill School, and the Camilla […]

Peckham Festival – Celebrating Creative And Cultural Peckham

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Get ready for the inaugural Peckham Festival! The four day event, running from September 8.-11., will celebrate all that Peckham has to offer – culture, art, music, food, theatre, film and entrepreneurialism to name but […]

Open Air Eid Event Promoting Southwark Unity

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With Ramadan now in full swing – it means Eid is approaching! Join Southwark again for this year’s #SouthwarkEid Festival! The first ever Eid festival in Southwark took place at Dulwich Park back in 2010. Poetry and drama were the main themes, with […]

Come and collaborate in the Mixup at Camberwell Arts Festival

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Next week sees the opening of the first global show of the Mixup, an international multi-artist collaborative project. The brainchild of local artist Richard Watkins, the project invites 41 artists around the world to get […]

West Dulwich Spring Fair is here again!

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Following the huge success of last year’s event, plans for the Love West Dulwich Spring Fair are in full swing. The Love West Dulwich Spring Fair – run in association with the Dulwich Festival – […]

SoLo Craft Fair – a makers market

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Introducing SoLo Craft Fair, a makers market created by Catherine Dunne & Rebecca Hunter. Catherine is the owner of London Lily and Rebecca is one third of the art collaboration Drawn Together. Both being artisans […]

Upcoming Festival: Indian Shakespeares on Screen

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From 27 -30 April, a festival of talks, screenings, workshops and a display of Indian Shakespeare movie memorabilia, will be held at the Asia House (27-29) and the BFI Southbank in London (29-30). The festival […]

Dulwich Foundation Schools Commemorate Christ’s Chapel

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On the night of March 16, choirs and orchestras from the three Dulwich foundation schools gathered in the Southbank Centre to perform Verdi’s Requiem Mass in honor of the 400th anniversary of the consecration of […]

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