Articles tagged Dulwich

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MI5’s greatest spymaster, an eccentric revealed in a new exciting biography

For a young writer it must be a dream come true. Henry Hemming’s second biography has been chosen as Book of the Week by The Week, got almost two pages in Sunday Times where Max […]

The Street Art Walks continue…

By Amanda Greatorex, who has big shoes to fill, is continuing Ingrids legacy by leading the Dulwich Outdoor Gallery Street Art Walks. Extra date added for Dulwich Festival Saturday 20th May 2-5pm £9 includes Dulwich […]

Writing for Dulwich OnView…

Four months is an odd amount of time to live in any city. It’s a terrible amount of time to live in London; it’s a tease. Four months is that strange window of time you […]

Better Living Through Massage!

Research has shown that massage therapy can lower your heart rate and blood pressure, relax your muscles and increase the production of endorphins, your body’s natural “feel good” chemical. Better living through body chemistry? It’s […]

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 […]

It’s The Dog’s Life

When the Crown and Greyhound pub (aka ‘The Dog’) in Dulwich Village closed for refurbishment and hotel conversion in September 2014, it was expected to remain closed for 15 months. In April 2017, locals are […]

Dulwich Festival – Interview with John Hinton of Tangram Theatre Company

The Tangram Theatre Company is returning to the Dulwich Festival for the second year running to perform the third and final instalment of their comedy musical scientriology, ‘The Element in the Room: A Radioactive Musical […]

Enter the Dulwich Festival Children’s Art Competition!

Dulwich Festival invites children of all ages to enter this year’s Children’s Art Competition. Birds, bees, bats and trees, all make their homes amongst us. Robins, wrens, owls and oaks. Small home, tall home, wet […]

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