Life & Style Articles

Walking to Westminster

Anna Sayburn and Phil Lane walk from Sydenham Hill to Big Ben. There’s a spot in Sydenham Hill woods from where (on a clear day) you can see the Houses of Parliament. The view is […]

Wine Women

by Greville Havenhand Just after Easter a group of twenty nine from the Dulwich Wine Society went on the tenth annual foreign vineyard tour, this time to Bergerac and St. Emilion. What made this trip […]

LATE NIGHT OPENING AT DULWICH PICTURE GALLERY

They happen on every Third Thursday of the month. The March Late had an American theme. There were tours by the   Director on the new American exhibition – ‘Coming of Age’ – Jackson Pollock, Winslow Homer, […]

Green around the edges

Day 71  Easiest £250 ever: Thought for the sake of completeness I’d wash on 40C, turn lights & appliances off, switch to low energy bulbs, use the dryer less and suddenly I’ve cut our energy consumption […]

Which Wines: Coming of age of American wine

Local wine aficionado, Greville Havenhand identifies some American wines which have come of age: [Image: Persimmon Creek winery, Georgia] The forthcoming exhibition of American art at the Gallery (find out more) set me thinking about […]

Milonga? It can only be Tango…

A burgeoning Argentine tango scene is developing in Dulwich, with a milonga planned for this Sunday (February 24) night.  Tango South London teachers Claire Loewe and Luis Rodriguez have classes on Monday and Tuesday nights […]

Dance ‘Cats’ in East Dulwich

Angela Corrias interviews Kevin Thatcher from Push Studios It’s one of the most famous musical in the world. It opened in the West End in 1981, it has since been performed in more than twenty […]

Which Wines: English fizz on Valentine’s Day?

Local wine aficionado, Greville Havenhand, challenges us to broaden our minds on Valentine’s Day With signs of an early spring, snowdrops in bloom, a few budding daffodils, a restaurateur’s thoughts lightly turn to St. Valentine’s […]

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