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Free Give and Take event in Dulwich

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We have been running our Free Give and Take events for a few years at the East Dulwich Community Centre in Darrell Road. So if you’re fed up living with cupboards full of clutter and […]

Matt Keightley on “The Chelsea Experience”

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You may have looked out at your garden during the recent icy weather, and wondered whether anything will ever bloom again. The cold snap we had recently really looked like it might spell disaster for […]

Southwark Youth Orchestra – Calling Young Musicians!

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Southwark is a borough with much to celebrate and be proud of, and Southwark Youth Orchestra (SYO) is a unique opportunity for young musicians to come together to form a real community orchestra with one of […]

Why live art really matters

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Tom Sutcliffe might have reached his seventies but he is as passionate as a teenager about the arts and when he talks about art he means live performing arts. He feels strongly that theatre, opera, […]

The Year of the Rooster

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Kung Hei Fat Choy! May you prosper this Chinese New Year. Chinese New Year is a huge festival among Chinese communities in London and across the world. The date falls on the first day of the […]

Charity wine tasting

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Dry January? YOU DID IT! Celebrate in style (and moderation) and Join our Wine Tasting in support of local charity Link Age Southwark. Mastering the art of tasting is essential in order to get the most out of […]

Dulwich Music Festival 2017

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The popular Dulwich Music Festival is returning with a big bang in 2017! The festival is a fantastic opportunity for pianists, musicians (and their biggest fans) to gather together for performance, feedback and fun – […]

Friends open the doors to The Speaker’s House

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The Friends of Dulwich Picture Gallery can open doors often closed to the general public and the season for 2017 starts with a visit to the much written about Speaker’s House, the grandiose office of […]

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