Dulwich Books in West Dulwich brings you the second Dulwich Literary Festival on 16, 17 and 18 October. I know, I can hear you cry, why, why another festival? We already have the Dulwich Festival in May, led […]
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Hear bestselling author Lesley Pearse talk about her life and latest book Without a Trace, then chat with her over afternoon tea and cake at Dulwich Library. A true storyteller, Lesley introduces us to characters […]
The Festival aims to be bigger and better even than in 2014, and to bring a wide range of good music to audiences in Herne Hill and across South London. We offer several types of […]
Rouges at the Rivoli is a new Cabaret night a mixed with a dash of nostalgia, good music and fun. After a successful first opening night this will be our second one. Hollywood, time to […]
From The Elephant and the Nun Festival, to a recycle fashion workshop, there is plenty to do in Southwark to keep children and teenagers entertained during the school holidays. How about heading down to your […]
You have probably seen all that street art popping up in the Dulwich area in the last couple of years. And you have probably gathered that they are pretty much all based on paintings in the permanent collection of Dulwich Picture Gallery. A large, lavishly illustrated book has been written about this strange project: ‘Street Art Fine Art’. Now 15 of the participating street artists have painted many of the covers of this hardback, and these illuminated books are on show at C&C Gallery in Forest Hill. ‘Street Art Book Art’ is on until 19 July.
George England built the organ in Christ’s Chapel in 1760, replacing the original instrument which by that time was over a hundred years old. The 1760 instrument was a very fine organ of its type, […]