Events

Now until 4 July: Introduction to Patchwork and Quilting
A five week course, introducing you to simple patchwork and quilting techniques. By the end, you will have the skills necessary to make a functional, attractive and modern table runner. With a small class. Book here. Bell House, 27 College Road, Dulwich, SE21 7BG.


Thursday 21 June: Dulwich Folk Dance Club
Thursdays 8-10pm at St Barnabas Parish Hall., Gilkes Place, Dulwich Village, SE21  7BT. Ideal Activity for a Healthy Lifestyle. No partners needed. Lots of fun  –  make new friends. Contact – Gwen Godwin: 020 8699 7032 or email : gagodwin@hotmail.com

  • 7 Caller  –  Gwen Godwin
  • 14 Caller  –  Carol Hewson
  • 21 Caller –  Crys Rothon, Summer Soltice
  • 28 Caller –  Michele Odell

Thursday 21 June: Mums in Business
Come along at 8pm to Daisy Lets & Sales on Lordship Lane and meet new and existing members, have a chat and some nibbles and a glass of wine! Please do let me know if you plan to come so I know numbers in advance, claire@daisylets.uk.


Thursday 21 June: Casablanca at Belair House
Night Star Cinema in collaboration with Belair House is hosting a season of summer night film screenings continuing with the 1942 romantic classic Casablanca (U) on Thursday 21 June. Screenings will be held under the stars, on the lawn of Belair House, a stunningly beautiful Georgian mansion in the heart of Dulwich Village, South London. Fully stocked bar is available serving cocktails, food, snacks & ice cream throughout the evening. Doors open from 6pm, the film programme begins at 9:15pm. Enjoy good food, music and the party atmosphere, topped off with a classic movie, and a licensed bar open ’til 1am. Remember to bring warm clothing/blankets, and something to sit on. Belair House, Dulwich Village, London
SE21 7AB. Tickets £15. Buy tickets here or in person at Belair House – limited tickets available on the night.


Thursday 21 June: The Dulwich Players present GRIMM TALES FOR YOUNG AND OLD by Philip Pullman
Adapted for the stage by Philip Wilson with original music by Paul Grimwood & lyrics by Gill Daly. To be performed in the gardens of Bell House, 27 College Road, Dulwich, SE21 7BG

      • Thursday 21st and Friday 22nd June at 8pm
      • Saturday 23rd June at 5pm and 8pm
      • Sunday 24th June at 2pm and 5pm

Before Roald Dahl there were the Brothers Grimm!  And now there is an opportunity to rediscover the magic and wonder of the original Grimm Tales, retold by the master storyteller Philip Pullman. The audience will be taken on both a fictional and actual journal, meeting along the way some familiar characters such as  Rapunzel, and some surprising ones too,  such as Hans-My-Hedgehog,  Faithful Johannes and the remarkable Thousandfurs, each tale being full of delicious and unexpectedly dark twists and turns. Recommended age 8+. This will be a promenade performance through the gardens of Bell House. Some seating will be available to hire but audience are welcome to bring portable chairs and/or rugs. Sorry no dogs. Tickets: £12 and £8 (under 16 years of age)  available from Dulwich Players Box Office 07936 531356, email boxoffice@dulwichplayers.org, online at www.dulwichplayers.org and from Art Stationers, Dulwich Village. 


Saturday 23 June: parkrun
Saturday mornings at 9am. The parkrun is a free weekly timed 5k run, which is open to all standards of runners; it is not a race.
Peckham Rye start is near the Colyton Road entrance of Peckham Rye park and run three laps of the gardens www.parkrun.org.uk/peckhamrye
Dulwich Park start is Queen Mary’s Gate on the south side of the park. This is the entrance on the South Circular (A205), Dulwich Common www.parkrun.org.uk/dulwich


Saturday 23 June: Love West Dulwich Summer Fair
The Love West Dulwich Summer Fair will take place on Park Hall Road, Croxted Road and Rosendale Road in West Dulwich, SE21, on Saturday 23rd June from 11am to 4pm.  Celebrating the best of West Dulwich, the family themed day will highlight our wonderful local community and include fun fair rides, farm animals, live music, stalls, children’s activities, as well as food and drink.


Satuday 23 June: Forest Hill Methodist Church Circuit Summer Fair
10.30am to 2.30pm. Raffles, tombola, books, plants, stalls, and more. Lunch, refreshments and home made cakes. Private hire tables £10 each contact the Church Office. Entrance 50p, children 20p, under 5’s free. Raising money for Mercy Ships and Rafiki Foundation. 20% of money raised goes to World Mission of the Methodist Church, Normanton Street, Forest Hill SE23 2DS. Visit www.foresthillmethodistchurch.org


Saturday 23 June: One Tree Hill Allotments Open Day
1pm – 6pm. There are guided walks at 2, 3 and 4pm; stalls with all sorts including home made jams and cakes; an ‘Open Shed’ event at which you can get to see inside people’s sheds; a BBQ; and the JASSPA Jazz Band at 5pm. The entrance is on the right as you walk down to the recreation ground from Honor Oark Park near the station.


Sunday 24 June: JAGS Community – Summer Concert
6pm. The James Allen’s Girls’ School Choral Society and JACO, the James Allen Community Orchestra, with special guests JAPS Orchestra performing a summer concert in the new Vaughan Williams Auditorium at James Allen’s Girls’ School, 144 East Dulwich Grove, SE22 8TE. Tickets – £10.00. Students and children – free.

          • The Needles Overture – Matthew Taylor
          • The Rio Grande – Constant Lambert
          • Jupiter from The Planets – Gustav Holst
          • My soul, there is a country – Hubert Parry
          • A Trip to Mars – Peter Gritton (world premiere)
          • Conductor – Peter Gritton
          • Piano – John Flinders

Monday 25 June: Dulwich & District U3A – Connecting People with Plants
2 till 4 pm. A tour of Chelsea Physic Garden (founded 1673) and the South London Botanical Institute (founded 1910). A talk by Zoe Lepere and Roy Vickery. Herne Hill Baptist Church,Half Moon Lane, SE24 9HU.


Tuesday 26 June: Lively Minds  – The Rubbish Pickers wife with Elizabeth Gowing
Lively Minds meet at St Faith’s Community Centre, Red Post Hill, SE24 9JQ, Near Dulwich Village and North Dulwich Station. We meet every Tuesday in term time, We arrive for a tea or coffee from 12pm for a chat. The speaker slot is 1.45-2.45pm.


Tuesday 26 June: Laugh Train
DESIREE BURCH (Live at The Apollo, 8 Out of 10 Cats) & CAREY MARX (Intensive Carey (BBC Radio 4, Comedy Store Headliner). Three Months of Edinburgh Previews (May, June & July). Weekly on Tuesdays from May 1st-July 26th . 8-10pm (potentially 10:15). Previews £6-8 adv / £8 door. at The Honor Oak Pub, 1 St. German’s Rd., SE23 1RH. Visit www.LaughTrainHome.com


Wednesday 27 June: Work on Emmanuel Wildlife Garden, Chalford Road
2-4pm. Want to get down to Earth? Then get to Emmanuel wildlife garden, off  Chalford Road, West Dulwich on the last Wednesday afternoon of every month. Norwood Wildlife Team created a garden on a patch between Emmanueel, a Parish Church, and their neighbours 12yrs ago and have recently returned it to its original purpose with the help of Church members. Beginners welcome. We hope to see you, for further information. Contact John Cotter on 8244 8724.


Wednesday 27 June: The Mark Evison Foundation’s visit to The Royal Gardens at Highgrove
10-2.30pm. Prince Charles has offered us his garden at its June best. Arrival at 10.30, and then we will be given high-quality garden tours in small groups with experts who can explain all.   There will be a two-course lunch with wine at 12.30. It is a fascinating garden and a great experience, with thanks to Prince Charles. (A bus will go from Dulwich, if interested.)  Tickets £85. RSVP as soon as possible to info@markevisonfoundation.org


Wednesday 27 June: Dulwich Runners AC Mid Summers 3 x 1 mile relays
Dulwich Runners AC are pleased to announce details of our annual Mid Summers 3 x 1 mile relays in picturesque Dulwich Park. Open to all abilities, this is a fun event for people to do after work, whether as part of a club team, with friends or work colleagues. 7.30pm start, Dulwich Park, College Road, Dulwich, SE21 7BQ. £15 per team of 3. Open to Men’s, Women’s or Mixed Teams. Prizes for the top 3 teams in each category. For more details and a copy of our entry form please visit our new website here. We are also pleased to announce that a Children’s Mile Fun Run will precede the Relay Races at 7pm. Open to Under 14s, £2 entry on the day.


Wednesday 27 June: Cooking with Scissors
An opportunity for local business professionals to meet, make new contacts and gain new business.  Meets at upstairs at The Palmerston, 91 Lordship Lane, SE22 from 6.45pm – 8.45pm. The last Wednesday of every month. Free Admission. To find out more or register your interest in attending, please email sbn@cookingwithscissors.co.uk.


Thursday 28 June: The Art and Craft of Edward Bawden Lecture
With a major new exhibition on the life and work of Edward Bawden at the Dulwich Picture Gallery, this talk from Jo Walton looks at the long life and versatile career of this delightful artist. Tickets £10 to include a glass of wine and lectures start at 7.30pm with doors open at 7pm. Bell House, 27 College Road, Dulwich. SE21 7BG. Tickets available here.


Thursday 28 June: The Art and Craft of Edward Bawden
7.30pm-9.30pm. Walton will join us to discuss to long life and versatile career of this delightful artist. Bell House, 27 College Road, Dulwich, SE21 7BG. Book here.


Thursday 28 June: Dulwich Folk Dance Club
Thursdays 8-10pm at St Barnabas Parish Hall., Gilkes Place, Dulwich Village, SE21  7BT. Ideal Activity for a Healthy Lifestyle. No partners needed. Lots of fun  –  make new friends. Contact – Gwen Godwin: 020 8699 7032 or email : gagodwin@hotmail.com

          • 7 Caller  –  Gwen Godwin
          • 14 Caller  –  Carol Hewson
          • 21 Caller –  Crys Rothon, Summer Soltice
          • 28 Caller –  Michele Odell

Friday 29 June: Luke Jackson, Anne-Marie Sanderson, Les Elvin at The Ivy House
Luke Jackson is one of the best young singer/songwriter/performers we have ever seen. He has an unmistakeable voice and a strikingly individual vision. Two great support artists too, both very different and both appearing at the Goose for the first time. For more information please see our website! Tickets £10/8 advance, £11/9 on the door. Door 7pm. Live music starts 8pm. For advance tickets and further information, please see www.thegooseisout.com


Saturday 30 June: parkrun
Saturday mornings at 9am. The parkrun is a free weekly timed 5k run, which is open to all standards of runners; it is not a race.
Peckham Rye start is near the Colyton Road entrance of Peckham Rye park and run three laps of the gardens www.parkrun.org.uk/peckhamrye
Dulwich Park start is Queen Mary’s Gate on the south side of the park. This is the entrance on the South Circular (A205), Dulwich Common www.parkrun.org.uk/dulwich


Saturday 30 June: “Love Songs Through the Ages”: Dulwich Choral Society Summer Concert
7:30 pm.at St. Stephen’s Church, College Road. Tickets 15 pounds (5 pounds for under 18s) available at dulwichchoralsociety.org.uk or on the door. All welcome.


Saturday 30 June: Monthly Car Boot Sale at Alleyns Head Pub, West Dulwich
Paxton Green Time Bank is very happy to announce that we are the Charity of the Year for the Alleyns Head pub in West Dulwich. One of the fundraising activities we will be running alongside landlord Rob and the team will be a monthly car boot sale in the pub car park, on the last Saturday of each month. The next few dates are as follows: 26th May, 30th June and 28th July 2018, then every last Saturday of the month weather permitting. Pitches are available to book at £10 or £15 for vans, all bookings and enquiries please get in touch with PGTB director Alison at alison@pgtimebank.org. Please note there will be no pitches available on the day, pre booked only. Car boot sale 9am to 1pm, set up for traders from 8am. As well as stalls there will also be some family activities on the day, and members on hand to tell people all about the time bank.


Saturday 30 June: An Exhibition by South London Women Artists silence is over
Private View 6-10pm at PORTICO GALLERY 23A Knights Hill, West Norwood, London SE27 0HS. Over 20 female artists have their say on a blank canvas on the subject of coercive control and sexual abuse. The canvases are assembled into billboards, to create a ‘wall of unity’. Traditionally used for advertising, often objectifying women, the billboards serve as a reclaimed space where the female voice can be heard. The look of the billboards will depend entirely on the artists and their interpretation of the brief, making this exhibition truly exciting. Gallery open: JUNE Friday 29th 12-5pm Saturday 30th and JULY Sunday 1st 10-6pm Monday 2nd and Tuesday 3rd 12-4pm. Visit southlondonwomenartists.co.uk


Saturday 30 June & Sunday 1 July: The Multi-Story Orchestra Community Tour, Peckham
The Multi-Story Orchestra returns as resident orchestra at Bold Tendencies Car Park Peckham alongside King’s Cross and Gloucester debuts. 8pm, Chamber Series, Bold Tendencies. Curated by Fra Rustumji (violin) & Leke Oso Alabi (poet). Featuring spoken word performances from Calebi Femi, Suli Breaks, Gabriel Jones and Leke Oso- Alabi with live music from Fra Rustumji (violin), Anna Brigham (violin), Corentin Chassard (cello) and Jude Carlton (percussion).

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