You are currently visiting our new website which is just being completed. You can now buy tickets for some events with the full website coming very soon. Welcome to Dulwich Festival 2015. This year’s programme is bursting with wonderful music, stimulating literary and theatre events, amazing art in the Artists’ Open House and a whole array of excellent walks and fairs. The Food Trail highlights just some of the exciting food producers and retailers in our community. Dulwich Festival is produced by the community for everyone’s enjoyment. Come and join us at an event!
The UK’s leading constitutional historian, known for his forthright views, talks about the 13th century agreement that ,imperfect though it was,and radically modified in its first ten years, limited for the first time the power of the monarch by stating the basic rights, privileges, and liberties of leading citizens and clergy.
Joe Innes & The Cavalcade are an indie folk band from London led by singer/songwriter Joe Innes, whose offbeat and often irreverent songwriting has gained praise from national radio and press, being described as things like “a master of words” by This is Fake DIY and “just brilliant” by Tom Robinson on BBC6.
Calling all monkeys! The Origin of Species… is a show for young and old alike. It tells the incredible story of how Charles Darwin came to discover the secrets of evolution and why it took him over twenty years before he plucked up the courage to publish his remarkable idea.
From bouncy castles to beer tents, handmade children’s t-shirts to homemade cakes, designer jewellery to local photography, the 10th Festival Fair will bring together the essence of SE22.
New this year is the Love West Dulwich Fair.
Dulwich Park Fair makes a welcome return.
Nibble delicious food as you listen to the music on the The Goose it Out! stage, enjoy a drink from the beer tent as your children have their faces painted for free! Donkey rides for children return.
Come and enjoy a free traditional fair with guest appearances from Titan the Robot, maypole dancing and a falconry display. No Parking.
Over twenty of the world’s leading street artists have been invited to Dulwich Picture Gallery to study the Baroque paintings and reinterpret them in their own style on walls and pavements around Dulwich creating Dulwich Outdoor Gallery. See some of these street works and the paintings that inspired them, and discuss street art with the organiser, Ingrid Beazley.
Meet at Vale End, SE22, opposite East Dulwich station. Finish at Dulwich Picture Gallery. Refreshment stop in Court Lane.
Celebrate the fantastic food scene around Dulwich with special Festival produce from some of the makers and suppliers that make this area such a great place to eat.
Volcano Coffee Works; Rococo Chocolates; Local Greens; Franklins Farm Shop and Restaurant; The Florence; and Pavilion Café & Otter Trading