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GX Gallery presents 2 new exhibitions this autumn

GX Gallery is proud to present 2 exhibitions this autumn. Bohemian Crystal Sculpture Exhibition Exhibition Dates: 29 August – 13 October 2017 Bohemian Crystal, an exhibition of glass sculpture by internationally acclaimed Czech Republic artists Vlastimil Beránek, Jaroslav Prošek and Michaela Smrček. The Czech republic has a very long tradition of making the finest crystal and quite rightly stands today as an international leader. Globally recognised for its high quality craftsmanship, beauty and innovative design. Bohemia boasts numerous internationally renowned glass studios and art schools who use techniques and manufacture steeped in the centuries old tradition, while still honouring ancient Bohemian art and its cultural heritage. Vlastimil Beránek works with molten glass to create large, undulating sculptures that command the attention of any space in which they are installed. The extreme size of his works pushes the limit of glass sculpting technology and he has earned the accolade of creating the world’s largest sculpture from a single piece of glass. Jaroslav Prošek’s creation of complex structures from a variety of different materials has put him at …

Peckham and Nunhead Free Film Festival

Free Film Festivals are a community group that organises free neighbourhood film festivals, to encourage community involvement through film. The first Free Film Festival took place in 2010 in Peckham and Nunhead, South East London, and the idea has spread from there. Our festivals, which are completely run by volunteers, bring people together to enjoy films they might not have seen in places they may not have been. Each festival is run by its own group of volunteers, but with support from other festivals, including shared projection equipment. The 2017 Peckham and Nunhead Free Film Festival runs from 1-10 September. Paddington September 1 @ 1:30pm at All Saints Church Hall. Enjoy the last day of the school summer holidays at this screening at All Saints Church Hall at 1.30pm on Friday 1 September of Paddingto,… Singin’ In The Rain September 1 @ 8:30pm at Peckham Rye Common. A bike-powered screening on Peckham Rye of the classic Hollywood musical Singin’ in the Rain opens the Peckham & Nunhead Free Film Festival on… Nosferatu the Vampyre September 2 @ 8pm at Nunhead Cemetery. Returning …

Village Books of Dulwich Village – September Events

Sunday 17 September: This Girl Can – An Evening with Judy Murray Village Books & Alleyns School host an evening with Judy Murray on Sunday 17th September. As mother to tennis champions Jamie and Andy Murray, Scottish National Coach, coach of the Fed Cup, and general all-round can-do woman of wonder, Judy Murray is the ultimate role model for believing in yourself and reaching out to ambition. As a parent, coach, leader, she is an inspiration who has revolutionised British tennis. 7.30pm. Tickets £10 entry only/£8 under 18’s or £25 includes a copy of Knowing the Score. Tickets available here www.village-books.co.uk/events The MCT at Alleyn’s, Alleyn’s School, Townley Road, East Dulwich SE22 8SU Thursday 21 September: An Evening with Rachel Joyce & Sarah Winman 7pm. Village Books in Dulwich Village invite you for an evening in the company of bestselling authors, Sarah Winman & Rachel Joyce as they talk ‘in conversation’ about their wonderful new novels, Tin Man & The Music Shop. Tickets £8, includes a glass of wine Tickets available here  village-books.co.uk/events/ The Music Shop by Rachel Joyce is a new …

Horniman Museum and Gardens – September events

Indian Summer Until Sunday 3 September 2017 The Horniman brings the sounds and spirit of South Asia to south east London with its vibrant Indian Summer season of events, performances and displays.  Bandstand Music Sundays 6, 13, 20 August, 3-6pm Enjoy music on the Bandstand with local favourites, and sounds from across South Asia. Free Big Wednesdays – Indian Summer Wednesday 9, 16, 23, 30 August, 10.30am-3.30pm Explore and celebrate India with us every Wednesday in August. Join in activities ranging from storytelling to art and craft and experience dance, films and music performances inspired by traditions from all over India. Suitable for children aged 3+ and for larger groups including Play Schemes. Free Hear it Live! Tuesday 29 August, 3.30-4pm Mehboob Nadeem will introduce and perform on the sitar, North India’s best known stringed instrument. Everyone welcome – but most suitable for children 5+. Free Indian Summer – Exhibitions and Displays Pani Until Sunday 26 November Pani is the word for water across large parts of South Asia. In this thought-provoking display, artist Daksha …

Summer Festival at Community Market Garden

Sydenham Garden charity is holding its annual summer festival in its community market garden. It is being held on the De Frene Road site (between 35 and 37 De Frene Road, Sydenham, London, SE26 4AB) on Saturday 19th August 12-5 pm. As well as live music from local bands there will be workshops. These include crafts, childrens activities (den building, magical clay faces on trees, creating bubbles and nature crowns), garden sustainability and bee keeping talks, hula hoop taster, pizza spinning and more. The majority of the workshops are free, those that are charged for are all under £5 and there in a small charge on the door. All money raised is for Sydenham Garden which supports people recovering from mental and physical ill-health in Lewisham and surrounding London boroughs. As well as on the door tickets can also be bought in advance here.