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Do Book Awards sell book?

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The short answer is yes, the slightly longer answer is yes but, and the very long answer follows. The shortlist for all the Costa awards has been announced and with that a huge amount of […]

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 […]

An Extraordinary Art Class

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Dulwich has always stood out as representing the true creative spirit of London through the fine arts, theatre, music, and even graffiti. Now, that artistic spirit has spread to Dulwich College where, this past week, […]

Ben Woodeson at Dulwich College

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When one thinks of the perfect artist to create an installation in a boys’ College, Ben Woodeson probably wouldn’t come to mind. For the past few years, Woodeson’s work has all fit into the self-made […]

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 […]

Biking at the Blue Elephant

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The Southern United States has, one could say, one of the most distinctive, most recognizable regional flairs in the world. It has left its imprint on the artistic world through the prose of William Faulkner, […]

Looking back at Dulwich Quilters 2014 Exhibition

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The weather on 15th and 16th November was grim, grey, gloomy and wet but inside The Old Library, Dulwich College, it was awash with colour – Dulwich Quilters’ Quilt Exhibition was on view and I think […]

Art with a Purpose

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Currently, the Victoria and Albert Museum is displaying an exhibit titled Disobedient Objects containing protest artifacts from all over the world. These objects include uniforms and posters used by the Guerrilla Girls who fight discrimination […]

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