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Diary of a Costa Book Award judge – part two

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Following on from last month’s report, I have a shortlist for the Costa Book Award! Well nearly, there is one more book that I have yet to receive and read. I feel the publisher is […]

The Green Door

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Local author, Christopher Bowden, has recently published his fourth novel, The Green Door. He shares his writing process and plot summary with Dulwich OnView. After the completion of the third book, The Red House, what was your […]

Record number entered for Gallery’s open art exhibition

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The last time Dulwich Picture Gallery invited Friends of the Gallery to enter an open art exhibition it attracted 183 artists who submitted 388 works of art. That was in 2011 and considered a great […]

Books are my Bag Party at Dulwich Books

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Pop into the shop and help us celebrate this year’s Books Are My Bag campaign. The first 100 customers will get a free Tracy Emin canvas tote with their purchase – each complete with two […]

MEMENTO – a complex thriller about time, memory and identity – 18 September

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This imaginative and daring film is demanding, agile, sly, and witty. Bobbing and weaving, it manages to keep you off balance and on your toes. Pearce plays Leonard Shelby, a guy who wakes up every […]

My Basic Sewing Lesson

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A few weeks back I attended a beginners sewing class by The Creative Sewing Studio in Bermondsey, South London. I already had previous sewing experience as I studied textiles GCSE in school, but that was […]

Dominic Alldis the musician who defies categories

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Dominic Alldis is just off the train when the interview takes place. He is a busy man being not only a celebrated jazz pianist, cabaret singer, arranger, conductor of classical concerts, teacher of music as […]

Visit Brixton Market

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Between WWI and WWII, Brixton was the third busiest shopping centre in London. It had one of the first department stores in the country and, of course, the famous market halls – now listed buildings. […]

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