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Horniman Museum: a Budget Afternoon

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The wonderful thing about museums in London is, for most of them, entry is free. Visitors are only required to pay for entrance to special exhibits, and for their coffee at the cafe. The same […]

Focus LDN’s First Spotlight Exhibition Comes to East Dulwich

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Dulwich local, artist and director of Focus LDN: Tom Cox returns to East Dulwich with an exhibition showcasing the work of three emerging contemporary painters. In 2015, Tom held his first solo show at the […]

The Queen’s House

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The Queen’s House museum in Greenwich is full of British history and intriguing art. A simple museum, there is nothing showy or obviously spectacular about it. But as part of Royal Museums Greenwich, it is […]

Dulwich Festival 2017 – line up announced!

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The Dulwich Festival, now in its 24th year, is the annual celebration of the arts and culture in Dulwich and its surrounding area. Featuring artists and performers from across the spectrum of the arts, music […]

All That Jazz is back for its 6th fabulous year!

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Slip on your blue suede shoes and skip on over to James Allen’s Girls’ School for an evening of Sing and Swing, Blues and Brass, Big Band, Bebop, Barbershop and much much more….! The schools […]

Artist and Society at Tate Modern

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The South Bank of the Thames is one of London’s historic and contemporary hubs for the arts and their creators. Inside what once was a mid-twentieth century power plant, the Tate Modern museum could be […]

Divine Chocolate: Empowering Women Farmers

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London’s history of trade – the foundation for its wealth – was often exploitative. Its benefits were enjoyed by mostly the wealthy elite. And at one point in history, chocolate was at the center of […]

The Memory of Water

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Family get-togethers can be a minefield and this one is no exception. Three estranged sisters return to the family home for their mother’s funeral. There’s Teresa the long-suffering one, Mary the clever arrogant one, and […]

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