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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 […]

Famous Director introduces his own movie at GalleryFilm

American Friends is a film directed by the renowned director, producer and writer Tristram Powell. The film was premiered in 1991 to great acclaim. It stars Connie Booth, well-known from Fawlty Towers, Alfred Molina, now […]

Award winning Quartet promises to woo the Dulwich audience with musical masterpieces

The Castalian Quartet may be only five years old but during its short existence it has garnered a prize every year in major international competitions. The first was in Hanover 2013, another one in Lyon […]

Why live art really matters

Tom Sutcliffe might have reached his seventies but he is as passionate as a teenager about the arts and when he talks about art he means live performing arts. He feels strongly that theatre, opera, […]

Friends open the doors to The Speaker’s House

The Friends of Dulwich Picture Gallery can open doors often closed to the general public and the season for 2017 starts with a visit to the much written about Speaker’s House, the grandiose office of […]

Two Temple Place: an exciting visit to Astor’s Gothic home

The Friends of Dulwich Picture Gallery is arranging a visit to Two Temple Place, an extraordinary building overlooking the Thames from the Embankment. It had once belonged to William Waldorf Astor, who in his day […]

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

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 […]

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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