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David Cairns: Sir Thomas Beecham made England a more musical nation

The well-known and revered music critic David Cairns admits freely that he is a devotee of Sir Thomas Beecham, and maybe that is not too strong a phrase as David Cairns has admired the British […]

Volunteer at the 2016 Dulwich Music Festival

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Volunteer at our London Piano Festival in June 2016. We have plenty of perks for volunteers! The Dulwich Music Festival relies on a large team of volunteers to help us run the event on the day. All team members […]

Half Moon Blues

Stevie Smith in full flow

Looking from the outside at the damp exterior of the Half Moon Pub in Herne Hill on a chilly January day in 2016, it’s hard to envision it as a hotbed for London’s live blues […]

Bringing Mozart’s music to life in West Dulwich

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Preparations are well under way for Dulwich Opera Company‘s brand new, fully staged production, Mozart’s Cosi fan tutte, which we will perform at All Saints Church, West Dulwich on 6th and 9th April 2016. The year […]

New Year’s Inspiration for 2016

The Annual London Bubble Theatre Pancake Race!

Its that time of year again. As traditional as the turkey, the tree and the January sales are new years resolutions…however long they last! Luckily, however, there is loads going on in South London to […]

Save the Half Moon Pub in Herne Hill

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  A Change.org petition to Boris Johnson hoping to save Herne Hill’s Half Moon pub from closure has garnered much local support this month. The Grade II listed building near Brockwell Park is currently under threat after […]

‘Whiplash’ – drumming obsession and ‘Walking on Sunshine’ Q&A

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The Bigger Picture Film Club – Thursday 19 November Meet fictional and real men who have dedicated their lives to drumming. FILM and Q&A at the East Dulwich Tavern. FILM – WHIPLASH (2014) cert 15 […]

A welcome return visit to Dulwich Picture Gallery by the Wihan Quartet

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The International Record Review has described the Wihan Quartet from Prague as one of the best quartets in the world. That is something to live up to. “I think it is because until recently all […]

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