Culture Articles

Ingrid Beazley: A Passion for Dulwich

Ingrid Beazley, co-founder of Dulwich OnView, passed away last week. She was much loved in Dulwich and far beyond and we are all saddened to say goodbye to an inspiring, warm-hearted force of nature whose […]

Dulwich Festival’s Artists’ Open House – Meet the artists

The Dulwich Festival’s Artists’ Open House is a great opportunity for the public to see the huge array of artistic talent from over 250 artists living and working in South London. Taking place across the […]

BFI Festival: a review

The British Film Institute believes we are living in the new golden age of TV drama. Because of a convergence of many factors––online streaming, innovation, etc.–– “Hollywood stars and the finest creative talents are turning […]

Two Paintings dated 1916

Here are still lives which move, bold brush strokes creating colours which speak out and swirl beyond stasis, a determined resonance defying established conventions and the catastrophe continuing not far away across the channel. The […]

Within the Frame

Foreground – back of a brown jacket, painted so seductively you feel the cloth, the weave, the warmth, the bulk of it and the body comfortably alive inside. Deeper in the picture another frame – […]

London Bridge

London Bridge blends in with its city. Its appearance is unassuming, but it is this spot that has seen London’s history unfold more than anywhere else. This bridge was the only one over London’s River […]

What could you read next?

Stuck for something to read this month? These are the books that Village Books in Dulwich have read, loved and can recommend to you. At The Existentialist Cafe by Sarah Bakewell Paris Near the turn of 1932-3. […]

Life in a Shoebox

Are you concerned about the housing crisis in London, and about the severe shortage of affordable property in which to live or work? You are most definitely not alone as this is the theme of […]

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