Trainers ready, water bottles filled, grab an umbrella (maybe!) and your catalogue, then ready, steady, go! Two weekends full of creative talent awaits. Nearly 200 homes, studios, venues […]
Laughter therapy and laughter itself boosts people’s health, communication, positive thinking and creativity and these therapy sessions are just the ticket for the dose required! In our laughter therapy sessions everyone will feel great with lots of laughs.
Ella’s workshop in Mindful Reading is fun, bonding and thought-provoking, and will leave attendees with a lasting method to change their ways of looking at things!
Join The HandleBards for a bicycle-powered, laugh-out-loud production of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. This is an outdoor production, which will take place whatever the weather, so please dress appropriately and bring your own chair or blanket to sit on. Food and drinks will be available at Copper Beech Café.
Fringe comedy comes to Dulwich with 3 nights of hilarious previews, including brand new tour shows ahead of this summer’s Edinburgh Fringe. Tuesday night includes Live At The […]
Many of the world’s leading street artists were invited by Ingrid Beazley to interpret the Baroque paintings of Dulwich Picture Gallery in their own unique styles, creating the Dulwich Outdoor Gallery in 2012. These, plus other new murals in the community, will feature on this guided walk.
Fringe comedy comes to Dulwich with 3 nights of hilarious previews, including brand new tour shows ahead of this summer’s Edinburgh Fringe. Jake Farrell (Penguin’s Edinburgh Fringe Unlocked) […]
Local chef and owner of the Blue Brick Café in East Dulwich, Daniel Hughes, will be serving up a two-course vegan and gluten free meal, from his new Blue Brick Trailer. Enjoy Spanish guitar from Jon T, followed by opera and jazz from local singer Peggy Rossano.
The Organisation began a decade ago at The Manhattan Project, a Jazz staple in South London and the brainchild of guitarist Simon Fernsby. Drummer Pete Cater, organist Pete Whittaker and award winning, multi-instrumentalist, Tony Kofi complete the quartet.
Do you know what ‘success’ means to you in your artistic career, or are you working to someone else’s definition? Wherever you are in your creative practice, this workshop will help you find your own clear vision and identify key goals and next actions.
Formed for the Dulwich Festival in 2015, the 6-piece band now play at many of the country’s top jazz events recreating the music heard at New York’s Cotton Club from the late 20s to early 40s. Expect big-sounding, authentic arrangements with virtuosic jazz solos and swing as it should be swung!
Founded in 1811, Dulwich Picture Gallery was the world’s first purpose-built public art gallery when Sir Francis Bourgeois RA bequeathed his collection of old masters “for the inspection of the public”. We invite the public to explore the gallery main collection for free, simply by showing a Dulwich Festival programme. Tickets must be purchased for the Reframed Women in the Window exhibition.
The Plantscapes Exhibition confronts the relationship between humans and the natural world in the age of climate and ecological breakdown.
The Knitworks symposium explores the use of networks that are common to the function of both nature and machine,
Come and enjoy the artworks of budding young artists who entered the Children’s Art Competition, which will be on display in the beautiful surroundings of Belair House.
Join local guide Keith Turpin on a trail celebrating the public art & craft of SE22 and SE15 including the Bellenden renewal area. Explore the work of contemporary makers whilst evoking the spirit & traces left by earlier artists who found inspiration in this once quiet corner of rural Surrey.
Discover how to get the very best from home brewing methods from the ubiquitous cafetière to the V60, AeroPress and syphon, whilst tasting a range of filter coffees to see which brew methods best suit the array of coffees on offer.
Playing a fun and lively repertoire of music, from marches to musicals, the Family Fiesta has something for the young, and young at heart! Fancy dress and audience participation encouraged!
Louise Candlish, author of Our House, and Abigail Dean, author of Girl A, talk about their journey into crime writing.