March

Saturday 2 March: 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 2 March: Mozart Requiem Come & Sing 
Join the Dulwich Choral Society at St. Barnabas Church, Calton Avenue, Dulwich Village for an all-day Come & Sing on Mozart’s Requiem. Registration is from 10:00 for a 10:30 start, with breaks for lunch and refreshments. An informal concert with soloists will start at 16:30 and finish by 17:30. Tickets are 20 pounds for non-choir members, 15 pounds for choir and 10 pounds for singers under 26. All are most welcome, both to participate in the Come & Sing and also to attend the concert. For further details, please visit www.dulwichchoral.com


Monday 4 March: Tea and Time
Tea and Time is a newly launched club, aimed at anyone over the age of 60 who would like to meet other folk in the local area on a Monday between 10.30-12.30 at Christ Church, Barry Road, East Dulwich. Arts and craft, music and chat are on offer. Refreshments can be bought on site ranging from sandwiches to a cooked meal – all at a reasonable price. First session is free thereafter £5 per session. All welcome. Visit www.teaandtime.org or email sue.beynon@yahoo.com


Mondays 4, 11, 18 & 25 March: Livesey Bridge Club
6.45-10.00pm Sydenham Community Library, Sydenham Road, SE26 5SE. Come and play duplicate bridge.  No partner necessary as a steward/host is available. Visit www.bridgewebs.com/livesey/


Monday 4 March: Dulwich College’s Quartercentenary Year of GE Moore Lectures commences with “Restoration and Innovation”
The lecture focuses on the link between the Barry Buildings, at the very heart of the College, and the Houses of Parliament. Two generations of the Barry family were at the axis of both of these large, high profile projects. We will be looking back to their design and creation and their empathetic recent restoration. The Laboratory and its state of the art technology and twenty-first century award winning design is the focus of the second part of the lecture and how it complements the Barry Buildings on the College campus. Please email lectureseries@dulwich.org.uk for booking information.


Tuesday 5 March: Honor Oak Women’s Institute
7.30pm. We are now meeting at The Lodge Cafe, Stanstead Lodge, 260 Stanstead Road, SE23 1DD. Access via Northwood Rd on the first Tuesday of the month from 7.30pm.


Tuesday 5 March: An Evening of Storytelling, Family Secrets and the Bonds that Ties us Together
7.30pm. Join Village Books and Alleyn’s School Enterprises for an evening with three novelists whose books have been bestsellers and whose works have been gathering praise from famous names. Ruth Hogan’s debut novel The Keeper of Lost Things was a Sunday Times Bestseller, and has sold over 800,000 copies since publication. Hannah Beckerman’s novel If Only I Could Tell You is a life affirming novel with a secret that will break your heart and an ending that will put it together again.  Harriet Evans’ latest novel, The Wildflowers, was a Richard and Judy Book Club pick for 2018. Lower School, Alleyn’s School, Townley Road, SE22 8SU. Tickets £10/£8 are available here.,/p>


Wednesday 6 March: Goose Green Coffee Morning
We meet every Wednesday from 10:30 until 12:00 at St. John’s Church by Goose Green. Come and meet others over tea, coffee and cake. Find us at 62a East Dulwich Road SE22 9AT. On the 2nd Wednesday of each month there will also be a short talk given by an interesting speaker.


Wednesdays 6, 13, 20 & 27 March: Livesey Bridge Club
6.45-10.00pm Sydenham Community Library, Sydenham Road, SE26 5SE. Come and play duplicate bridge.  No partner necessary as a steward/host is available. Visit www.bridgewebs.com/livesey/


Wednesday 6 March: Dulwich Runners Club
Dulwich Runners meet every Wednesday night at the Edward Alleyn Clubhouse, 83-85 Burbage Road, SE24 9HD at 7.15pm (for 7.30pm). We have various groups that run between 4 and 10 miles on different routes each week. There are groups for a variety of paces to suit all levels of ability from beginners, those looking to build on the parkrun bug to experienced racers. We have a rota of established club runners to run with new members. Guests are very welcome and encouraged to try us out with a small £1 fee for all runners each Wednesday they run. The Club House has shower and changing facilities, off road parking and a bar offering hot and cold drinks for post run socialising. For more details including our tuesday night track training at Crystal Palace and other events please visit our website.


Wednesday 6 March: East Dulwich WI Meeting
In March we will be learning self defence techniques that are a proven way to increase women’s safety. Hopefully these are things we’ll never need to use but, like insurance, it’s great to know that you have them – just in case. There will be demonstrations, we’ll be put through our paces with practical tasks and it’ll be fun too! Just wear sensible, comfy clothing and shoes/trainers on the night. We meet Upstairs at the East Dulwich Tavern, Lordship Lane, SE22 8EW, from 7.30-9.30pm. The EDWI currently has a limited number of places available for new members. Why not try us out?  You can come along to 3 meetings before committing yourself (£3 fee on the night) or email us at edwicommittee@eastdulwichwi.co.uk.


Thursday 7 March: Knit, Crochet and Natter Club @ Really Maria
6:30-9:00 pm. Free club. Really Maria, 15 Lordship Lane, East Dulwich SE22 8EW. www.reallymaria.com. 


Thursday 7, 14, 21 & 28 March: Dulwich Folk Dance Club (Country Dancing)
8 – 10 pm. St Barnabas Parish Hall, Gilkes Place, Dulwich Village SE21 7BT. Dust off those dancing shoes and come country dancing! Exercise for mind and body and lots of fun. No partner-or experience-necessary: We guide you through the dances. Just come along and make new friends.

  • 07 Caller – Michele Odell
  • 14 Caller – Philip Barber
  • 21 Caller – Les Wallace
  • 28 Caller – Crys Rothon

Contact Wendy on 020 8769 9832 or John on 020 8693 2873 and johnhblase@aol.com.


Friday 8 March: All That Jazz
7pm, Holst Hall, JAGs, 144 East Dulwich Grove, SE22 8TE. Join local charity Link Age Southwark at for a wonderful evening of performances from the pupils of JAGs, Dulwich College, Kingsdale and Dulwich Prep London, raising money to support older people in the local community feeling lonely and isolated. Tickets £10 from www.linkagesouthwark.org/events. Cash bar and raffle on the night.


Saturday 9 March: 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


Sunday 10 March: Midcentury Modern® at Dulwich College, London SE21 7LD
In association with Elle Decoration UK. 10am-4pm. 60 top midcentury dealers and 25 hot contemporary designers come together at this celebrated show. Ample parking, refreshments, buggy park and delivery available onsite. Whilst we are happy for children to come along we ask that all pushchairs are left in the free buggy park provided for health and safety reasons. Check out our blog on Inside Modernism for further information. Discounted tickets available at www.modernshows.com. Afternoon ticket 2 for £10. Entry from 2-4pm (*Offer online only). £9 in advance (*online only) and £10 on the door on the day *until 09/03/19. Nearest train: West Dulwich.


Sunday 10 March: SINGAROUND at The Ivy House
Another popular Singaround hosted by The Goose Is Out! All are welcome, whether to sing or to listen. It’s an informal and supportive atmosphere, so don’t worry if it’s your first time! Songs of any country or culture welcome. Door 7pm. Singing starts 7.15pm, finishes by 10.30pm at the latest. £3 on the door. More information from www.thegooseisout.com


Monday 11 March: Tea and Time
Tea and Time is a newly launched club, aimed at anyone over the age of 60 who would like to meet other folk in the local area on a Monday between 10.30-12.30 at Christ Church, Barry Road, East Dulwich. Arts and craft, music and chat are on offer. Refreshments can be bought on site ranging from sandwiches to a cooked meal – all at a reasonable price. First session is free thereafter £5 per session. All welcome. Visit www.teaandtime.org or email sue.beynon@yahoo.com


Mondays 11, 18 & 25 March: Livesey Bridge Club
6.45-10.00pm Sydenham Community Library, Sydenham Road, SE26 5SE. Come and play duplicate bridge.  No partner necessary as a steward/host is available. Visit www.bridgewebs.com/livesey/


Monday 11 March: New Women’s Institute in East Dulwich
7.30pm. Dulwich Constitutional Club, East Dulwich Grove, East Dulwich, SE22. For further details if interested in more information please contact Sue Jarvie on suejarvie53@gmail.com


Wednesday 13 March: Goose Green Coffee Morning with Rev Simon Buckley – The Puppeteer Priest
We meet every Wednesday from 10:30 until 12:00 at St. John’s Church by Goose Green. Come and meet others over tea, coffee and cake. Find us at 62a East Dulwich Road SE22 9AT. On the 2nd Wednesday of each month there will also be a short talk given by an interesting speaker.


Wednesdays 13, 20 & 27 March: Livesey Bridge Club
6.45-10.00pm Sydenham Community Library, Sydenham Road, SE26 5SE. Come and play duplicate bridge.  No partner necessary as a steward/host is available. Visit www.bridgewebs.com/livesey/


Wednesday 13 March: Dulwich Runners Club
Dulwich Runners meet every Wednesday night at the Edward Alleyn Clubhouse, 83-85 Burbage Road, SE24 9HD at 7.15pm (for 7.30pm). We have various groups that run between 4 and 10 miles on different routes each week. There are groups for a variety of paces to suit all levels of ability from beginners, those looking to build on the parkrun bug to experienced racers. We have a rota of established club runners to run with new members. Guests are very welcome and encouraged to try us out with a small £1 fee for all runners each Wednesday they run. The Club House has shower and changing facilities, off road parking and a bar offering hot and cold drinks for post run socialising. For more details including our tuesday night track training at Crystal Palace and other events please visit our website.


Wednesday 13 March: War Doctor: Surgery on the Front Line with Dr David Nott
7.30pm. Join Village Books and Alleyn’s School Enterprises for an evening with David Nott who will be discussing his new book War Doctor: Surgery on the Front Line. David Nott is a consultant surgeon for the NHS but for more than twenty five years, he has taken unpaid leave from his job to volunteer in some of the world’s most dangerous war zones. From Sarajevo under siege in 1993, to clandestine hospitals in rebel-held eastern Aleppo, he has carried out life-saving operations and field surgery in the most challenging conditions. The Great Hall, Alleyn’s School, Townley Road, SE22 8SU. Tickets £10/£8 are available here.

Thursday 14, 21 & 28 March: Dulwich Folk Dance Club (Country Dancing)
8 – 10 pm. St Barnabas Parish Hall, Gilkes Place, Dulwich Village SE21 7BT. Dust off those dancing shoes and come country dancing! Exercise for mind and body and lots of fun. No partner-or experience-necessary: We guide you through the dances. Just come along and make new friends.

  • 14 Caller – Philip Barber
  • 21 Caller – Les Wallace
  • 28 Caller – Crys Rothon

Contact Wendy on 020 8769 9832 or John on 020 8693 2873 and johnhblase@aol.com.


Thursday 14 March: The Arts Society Dulwich illustrated lecture Gothic Ireland
7.30pm for 8pm, James Alleyn’s Girls’ School Sixth Form Centre (parking via Green Dale). Non-members £9 at the door. See www.theartssocietydulwich.org.uk.


Thursday 14 March: Lisa Knapp  at The Ivy House
Lisa Knapp is one of the brightest and most innovative stars on the folk scene. She has forged a new path through  old songs that is uniquely and spellbindingly hers.  Her albums using  sampled street sounds,  cut-up vocals, birdsong and spoken word have received five star reviews in both the music and national press. Door 7pm. Live music starts 8pm. Tickets £8 (on the door only, no advance tickets). Unbooked floorspots welcome, put your name on the list by the door! More information from www.thegooseisout.com


Saturday 16 March: 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 16 March: Positive Pause, ‘Talking Midlife & Menopause with Experts’
1.30pm-4pm. On the menu at this latest women’s health event – experts talk about how nutrition & exercise can help women to be the best they can be in the lead up to menopause, and beyond!   Join us at Bell House, College Road, Dulwich SE21 7BG. Tickets £25 (plus Eventbrite booking fee). For full details, email events@positivepause.co.uk or visit www.positivepause.uk


Saturday 16 March: Spring Awakening 
It’s always a joy to wake up to a wonderful piece of music which you haven’t encountered before but which instantly becomes a firm favourite.  In our Spring Concert, we’re sure you’ll discover some such gem among these exceptional choral works. The performance is at 7.30pm on Saturday, 16th March at All Saints’ Church, Lovelace Rd, SE21 8JY. Tickets cost £14 at the door, or £13 in advance from www.concordiachamberchoir.co.uk. Concessions (students and those on means tested benefits) half price.  Remember that feeling you get coming home from an amazing concert?  Make a note in your diary now!


Sunday 17 March: London Mozart Players
4pm. St John the Evangelist, London SE19 2RX. Narrator: Polly Ives

Saint-Saëns Carnival of the Animals
Prokofiev Peter and the Wolf.
Spoerer 9/8 Break (world premiere)

With pupils from Cypress & Rockmount Schools & the Harris Academy, Well Versed Ink, Tim Spoerer and the Djembe Kings. Animals galore in a fun afternoon concert that’s perfect for all the family! Unreserved seating. Early Bird 15% discount ends Saturday 9th MarchPriority £23.00 (reserved seating, programme, interval drink). Adult £15 | Concessions (OAP) £13 | Young Person (16-25) £10 | Children £5. Family Tickets £36 (2 adults, 2 children). Visit www.londonmozartplayers.com


Monday 18 March: Tea and Time
Tea and Time is a newly launched club, aimed at anyone over the age of 60 who would like to meet other folk in the local area on a Monday between 10.30-12.30 at Christ Church, Barry Road, East Dulwich. Arts and craft, music and chat are on offer. Refreshments can be bought on site ranging from sandwiches to a cooked meal – all at a reasonable price. First session is free thereafter £5 per session. All welcome. Visit www.teaandtime.org or email sue.beynon@yahoo.com


Mondays 18 & 25 March: Livesey Bridge Club
6.45-10.00pm Sydenham Community Library, Sydenham Road, SE26 5SE. Come and play duplicate bridge.  No partner necessary as a steward/host is available. Visit www.bridgewebs.com/livesey/


Monday 18 March: Nunhead WI meeting 
We are a friendly and exciting Women’s Institute group, established 2015. If you’d like to join us or pop along as a guest (£3 fee) to our next meeting, we’d love to meet you. We meet upstairs at the Old Nun’s Head pub on the 3rd Monday of each month at 8pm.  You can get in touch via nunheadwi@gmail.com, Facebook/Nunhead WI, Twitter @nunheadwi, Instagram @nunheadwior our website www.nunheadwi.wordpress.com/about


Tuesday 19 March: Pub Quiz
6.30pm, The Grange Pub, 103 Grange Road, SE1 3BW. Put your general knowledge to the test at Link Age Southwark’s pub quiz. Tickets £10 per person in aid of Link Age Southwark. Full details and tickets available www.linkagesouthwark.org/events


Wednesday 20 March: Goose Green Coffee Morning
We meet every Wednesday from 10:30 until 12:00 at St. John’s Church by Goose Green. Come and meet others over tea, coffee and cake. Find us at 62a East Dulwich Road SE22 9AT. On the 2nd Wednesday of each month there will also be a short talk given by an interesting speaker.


Wednesdays 20 & 27 March: Livesey Bridge Club
6.45-10.00pm Sydenham Community Library, Sydenham Road, SE26 5SE. Come and play duplicate bridge.  No partner necessary as a steward/host is available. Visit www.bridgewebs.com/livesey/


Wednesday 20 March: Babbles Talks ‘Going Underground – Buried London’
11.30am. From whole streets and buildings to pits full of bodies, the London we see today is built on the London which came before, and the things that you can find just below the tarmac will surprise and delight you. Archaeologist and comedian Paul Duncan McGarrity presents a guide to the city like no other. Paul Duncan McGarrity combines his day-job as a Public Engagement Archaeologist with Museum of London with his performances on the UK comedy circuit. He has gigged in castles, museums and comedy clubs across the country, appeared on The Big Dig on BBC4, and has written for Radio 4. He is also the host of the ‘Ask an Archaeologist’ podcast. *NEW VENUE* The East Dulwich Picturehouse, 116a Lordship Lane, SE22 8HD (map) Nearest station: East Dulwich. Tickets £10 ADV. or £12 on the door (subject to availability).


Wednesday 20 March: Dulwich Runners Club
Dulwich Runners meet every Wednesday night at the Edward Alleyn Clubhouse, 83-85 Burbage Road, SE24 9HD at 7.15pm (for 7.30pm). We have various groups that run between 4 and 10 miles on different routes each week. There are groups for a variety of paces to suit all levels of ability from beginners, those looking to build on the parkrun bug to experienced racers. We have a rota of established club runners to run with new members. Guests are very welcome and encouraged to try us out with a small £1 fee for all runners each Wednesday they run. The Club House has shower and changing facilities, off road parking and a bar offering hot and cold drinks for post run socialising. For more details including our tuesday night track training at Crystal Palace and other events please visit our website.


Thursday 21 & 28 March: Dulwich Folk Dance Club (Country Dancing)
8 – 10 pm. St Barnabas Parish Hall, Gilkes Place, Dulwich Village SE21 7BT. Dust off those dancing shoes and come country dancing! Exercise for mind and body and lots of fun. No partner-or experience-necessary: We guide you through the dances. Just come along and make new friends.

  • 21 Caller – Les Wallace
  • 28 Caller – Crys Rothon

Contact Wendy on 020 8769 9832 or John on 020 8693 2873 and johnhblase@aol.com.


Saturday 23 March: 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


Monday 25 March: Tea and Time
Tea and Time is a newly launched club, aimed at anyone over the age of 60 who would like to meet other folk in the local area on a Monday between 10.30-12.30 at Christ Church, Barry Road, East Dulwich. Arts and craft, music and chat are on offer. Refreshments can be bought on site ranging from sandwiches to a cooked meal – all at a reasonable price. First session is free thereafter £5 per session. All welcome. Visit www.teaandtime.org or email sue.beynon@yahoo.com


Mondays 25 March: Livesey Bridge Club
6.45-10.00pm Sydenham Community Library, Sydenham Road, SE26 5SE. Come and play duplicate bridge.  No partner necessary as a steward/host is available. Visit www.bridgewebs.com/livesey/


Tuesday 26 March: Farrow and Ball: Recipes for Decorating with Joa Studholme
7.30pm.Joa Studholme has worked for Farrow & Ball for 23 years and creates colour schemes for more than 4,500 rooms per year. In Recipes for Decorating she shares her unrivalled experience by offering a wide range of precise colour ‘recipes’ for successful decorating schemes, showing exactly which of Farrow & Ball’s internationally renowned paint colours work well together, whatever your decorating style. Joa will be talking about how to select the right range of colours for your home, how colour can create a harmonious room, and how to combine colour with light and space to get the most of out of every area. Bell House, 27 College Road, London, SE21 7BG. Tickets: £10, includes a glass of wine are available here.


Wednesday 27 March: Goose Green Coffee Morning
We meet every Wednesday from 10:30 until 12:00 at St. John’s Church by Goose Green. Come and meet others over tea, coffee and cake. Find us at 62a East Dulwich Road SE22 9AT. On the 2nd Wednesday of each month there will also be a short talk given by an interesting speaker.


Wednesdays 27 March: Livesey Bridge Club
6.45-10.00pm Sydenham Community Library, Sydenham Road, SE26 5SE. Come and play duplicate bridge.  No partner necessary as a steward/host is available. Visit www.bridgewebs.com/livesey/


Wednesday 27 March: John Lanchester on The Wall, with Razia Iqbal
7-8.30pm. The Wall is the long-awaited new novel from John Lanchester, bestselling author of Capital. A thrilling and hypnotic work of fiction, it is a mystery story, a love story, a war story and a story about a voyage. The Wall is a novel about why the young are right to distrust the old. It’s about a broken world you will recognise as your own – and about what might be found when all is lost. Don’t miss the chance to come along to Dulwich Books and hear John Lanchester talk about this fascinating new novel and about why he has turned to dystopian fiction in order to address our current political climate. He will be in conversation with Razia Iqbal. Razia is one of the main presenters of Newshour, the flagship current affairs programme on the BBC World Service and has worked at the BBC for 30 years. Dulwich Books, 6 Croxted Road, West Dulwich, SE21 8SW Tickets £10 (Admission), £22 (Admission + copy of The Wall)


Wednesday 27 March: Dulwich Runners Club
Dulwich Runners meet every Wednesday night at the Edward Alleyn Clubhouse, 83-85 Burbage Road, SE24 9HD at 7.15pm (for 7.30pm). We have various groups that run between 4 and 10 miles on different routes each week. There are groups for a variety of paces to suit all levels of ability from beginners, those looking to build on the parkrun bug to experienced racers. We have a rota of established club runners to run with new members. Guests are very welcome and encouraged to try us out with a small £1 fee for all runners each Wednesday they run. The Club House has shower and changing facilities, off road parking and a bar offering hot and cold drinks for post run socialising. For more details including our tuesday night track training at Crystal Palace and other events please visit our website.


Wednesday 27 March: 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 March: Dulwich Folk Dance Club (Country Dancing)
8 – 10 pm. St Barnabas Parish Hall, Gilkes Place, Dulwich Village SE21 7BT. Dust off those dancing shoes and come country dancing! Exercise for mind and body and lots of fun. No partner-or experience-necessary: We guide you through the dances. Just come along and make new friends.

  • 28 Caller – Crys Rothon

Contact Wendy on 020 8769 9832 or John on 020 8693 2873 and johnhblase@aol.com.


Friday 29 March: C L U B   L O C A L
Club Local is back on Fri 29th March & brings together like-minded SE Londoners for a dance night on your doorstep. Our resident DJs are warming up to play you the best club classics of the 90s & 00s. Invite your friends along and head to our NEW venue for 2019: ANETO, cafe by day, club by night @ 58 East Dulwich Road, SE22 9AX. CLUB LOCAL is created for you by people like you who want a no-hassle night out, locally. Tickets £9 / £7.50 (with / without a glass of Prosecco upon arrival). Time: 8pm – 1am. Buy tickets via: www.thelittlediscocompany.co.uk


Friday 29 March: Allegri Quartet Concert
7.30 pm. Allegri Quartet plays Beethoven and Tchaikovsky, in aid of St Christopher’s Hospice. St Augustine’s Church, Honor Oak Park, SE23 3LE. Tickets  www.ticketsource.co.uk Adults £15, concessions £8, kids under 10 free.


Friday 29 March: Eliza Carthy  & Dave Delarre, Brown Boots! Clarke Camilleri
Eliza Carthy is a truly inventive and innovative multiple award winning singer and fiddle-player  whose performances are charismatic and boundary-crossing. She is joined tonight by the excellent guitarist Dave Delarre. Brown Boots!  are the very talented Will Allen on melodeon and Martin Clarke on fiddle, with  an extensive repertoire of folk dance tunes. Clarke Camilleri is a troubadour, song writer and poet  who brings on the new with an appreciation of the old. Tickets £16/14 advance, £18/16 on the door (if any left). Door 7pm. Live music starts 8pm. For advance tickets and further information, please see www.thegooseisout.com 


Saturday 30 March: 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


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