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Alleyn’s hosts a star studded concert for Brass for Africa


It is the first time that Alleyn’s is staging a charity concert in their now seven year old acclaimed International series.” It all came about as the famous trumpeter Alison Balsom wanted to do a […]

Gould Piano Trio: yet another Picture Gallery concert in its Master Series


It is on a crackly mobile line from Manchester that Benjamin Frith talks excitedly about The Gould Piano Trio coming to play at Dulwich.  “I’ve heard it’s a most beautiful gallery.” It will certainly be […]

Gin and other pleasures to forget autumn is here

The Garrick Club

The Friends of Dulwich Picture Gallery is famous for arranging visits which cover places you might not be able to get into on your own. So popular are these visits that they often sell out […]

In Town Lecture Series offers a touch of Dulwich this year


The In Town Lecture Series arranged by Friends of Dulwich Picture Gallery always attracts a large audience. It gives an insight into major exhibitions in the top London galleries and whets the appetite for exhibitions […]

The Queen’s Six – a vocal concert with a difference

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If you thought that the a cappella group from St George’s Chapel, Windsor is called The Queen’s Six after the present Queen you were wrong, it refers to Queen Elizabeth I and the Six does […]

Grange Lane Group‏


The Grange Lane Group made up of twelve Friends of the Picture Gallery who regularly attend the Education Department water colour courses run by Liz Butler was formed in the autumn of 2011. We also […]

Viva Flamenco – another chance to see the most inspired group of dancer


What is it with the Flamenco that inspires the British? Juan Ramirez has no simple answer. It is the most sought after word on Dulwich OnView and a Viva Flamenco’s evenings at St.Barnabas Hall in […]

Spending Some Time with Time: a trip to the Clockworks Museum


London has many advantages; the sprawling metropolis holds many of the United Kingdom’s finest museums, galleries, schools, and cultural centers. Very few cities and even countries could match the vast resources such a sprawl can […]

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