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All the Christmas shopping over in one day, yes, it can be done!

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It is now the twelfth year that Judy Mewburn is organising the Dulwich Picture Gallery Christmas Bazaar but that has not dimmed her enthusiasm. “There will be some forty stands in St Barnabas Parish Hall, […]

Celebrating the hundredth lunch-time concert with a special programme

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During term time Jill Alexander can be seen each Wednesday walking through Dulwich Picture Gallery inviting visitors to a concert in Christ’s Chapel and each week she gets a new group of interested supporters. The […]

In View wins yet another award

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The magazine In View produced for and by The Friends of Dulwich Picture Gallery has produced a hat trick by winning its third first prize as best Friends journal by the British Association of Friends […]

In Town, an exciting series of lectures organised by Friends of Dulwich Picture Gallery

Landscape from a Dream 1936-8 Paul Nash 1889-1946 Presented by the Contemporary Art Society 1946 http://www.tate.org.uk/art/work/N05667

In Town, is a series of lectures about major exhibitions in other London galleries. Experts will talk in depth about the artists, their background and influences. Jessica Saraga, Tate guide and a painter herself, writes here […]

Two young ladies meet after 350 years to finally hear the music

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One of the most loved paintings in Dulwich Picture Gallery is Gerrit Dou’s A woman playing a clavichord, but it has a sister painting, Young Lady playing the Virginal. This famous work of art is […]

GalleryFilm: A season of delights for film lovers

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Liz Buchanan leads the team behind GalleryFilm but it is the choice of the team, and sometimes on advice from the audience, that films are picked. “I hate the word iconic, but that is what […]

Harmoniemusik – acclaimed ensemble known for its versatility and entertaining concerts

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Paul Guinery has a voice like spiced honey and according to a radio critic he is the voice of BBC Radio 3. Someone at the upper echelons of the radio station must have heard that […]

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 […]

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