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Staying Power: Portraiture and the portrayal of Africans in Art

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The title of this unprecedented series in conjunction with Dulwich Picture Gallery and The Black Cultural Archives comes from Peter Fryer’s groundbreaking book of 1948, Staying Power: The History of Black People in Britain who […]

What Is Urban? at Brixton East Gallery

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South London Women Artists are pleased to announce an upcoming group exhibition at Brixton East Gallery, whose location, planted in the middle of 2 roads with a train line rumbling overhead, inspired the theme Urban.  […]

This Comedian – a stand-up comedy night

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A comedy night is coming to the West End that is a bit a different than usual. This Comedian: Live is a stand-up gig about being a stand-up comedian.  Over the course of the evening, […]

Free Lunchtime concerts at the Gallery

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Music has been a key element of education at Dulwich College since its foundation in the early 17th Century. All three Foundation Schools (Dulwich College, JAGS, Alleyn’s) provide exceptional opportunities for hundreds of pupils to […]

Noah’s Ark; The secrets finally revealed after thousands of years

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Dr Irving Finkel’s book The Ark before Noah is a great read but the story how the author got hold of the facts for his exciting tale is worth another book. Irving Finkel is the […]

Kurt Jackson: River

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Horniman Museum are exhibiting a selection of paintings and sculpture of different river projects from acclaimed British artist Kurt Jackson. Kurt Jackson was born in 1961 in Blandford, Dorset. He graduated from St Peter’s College, […]

A local Christmas show in the heart of Dulwich Village

Sneak peek of The Wolves of Willoughby Chase to get your excitement building!

The Dulwich Players like nothing better than uprooting themselves from the comfort of the Edward Alleyn Theatre to bring their productions to the heart of Dulwich Village! Having regularly performed Shakespeare in the gardens of […]

Review: Usagi Yojimbo at Southwark Playhouse

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Usagi Yojimbo is an adventure based on a Japanese comic book story created by Stan Sakai. It is set in the 17th century and tells the story of a young rabbit who wants to become […]

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