November

November

Wednesday 1 November: Dig it Gardening Club
Frendsbury garden in Brockley offers two weekly gardening clubs for wellbeing: Dig It on a Wednesday afternoon at 2pm and We Dig It 2 on a Monday afternoon at 1.30pm. Both clubs finish at 4pm. They are open to all adults in the area, especially those who are under-employed, socially isolated and recovering from mental ill-health. More info here.


Wednesday 1 November: East Dulwich WI Meeting
An exciting programme of guest speakers, activities and entertainment lined up for members this year. You can check them all out over on our events page. We meet on the first Wednesday of each month at The Lodge, above East Dulwich Tavern, 1 Lordship Lane, East Dulwich, SE22 8EW. Meetings start at 7.30pm ( please come along from 7:00pm). Membership and waiting list is currently closed www.eastdulwichwi.co.uk.


Wednesday 1 November: Halloween Special with Andrew Michael Hurley
7pm at Dulwich Books. Prize-winning author of The Lonely talks about his new novel Devil’s Day. Tickets £10 or £20 with a copy of Devil’s Day.


Wednesday 1 November: Riverford Master Veg Class
Copleston Centre, Copleston Road, Peckham, SE15 4AN in the cafe area. 6.30-8.30pm. Informal plant based cookery class with glass of wine and meal for £25. Learn new techniques and tips, have fun, eat well and get to know Riverford. Live Life on the Veg! To book call: 01803 227227. Visit www.riverford.co.uk/masterveg


Saturday 4 November: 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 4 November: Dulwich Village Farmer’s Market
We grow it. We sell it. You buy it, you peel it, you mash it, you chop it, you boil it, you fry it, you roast it, you bake it, you steam it, you grill it, you slice it. You eat it. Every Saturday 10am–2pm at Dulwich C of E Infants’ School, Turney Road junction with Dulwich Village London SE21 7JU. www.lfm.org.uk


Saturday 4 November: Plosive Comedy in Dulwich with Sara Pascoe, Tez Ilyas, Jordan Brookes and MC Kiri Pritchard-McLean 
South East London is getting a brand new regular comedy night, featuring big-name headliners and hand-picked favourites from the alternative circuit.  8pm (doors 7.30pm) at The MCT at Alleyn’s, Alleyn’s School, Townley Road, Dulwich, SE22 8SU – £16 (plus booking fee). Age restriction: 18+. Visit www.plosive.co.uk.  Direct ticket link here


Sunday 5 November: An evening with Evan Davis – Why we have reached Peak Bullshit and what we can do about it
7.30pm. Village Books are delighted to host Newsnight presenter Evan Davis in the MCT at Alleyns School to hear his thoughts on post truth. Tickets are £10/£8 and can be booked at www.village-books.co.uk


Monday 6 November: Dig it Gardening Club
Frendsbury garden in Brockley offers two weekly gardening clubs for wellbeing: Dig It on a Wednesday afternoon at 2pm and We Dig It 2 on a Monday afternoon at 1.30pm. Both clubs finish at 4pm. They are open to all adults in the area, especially those who are under-employed, socially isolated and recovering from mental ill-health. More info here.


Tuesday 7 November: Bestselling author Philip Pullman talks writing and storytelling
7.30pm. Village Books are thrilled to bring Philip Pullman to Dulwich. He will talk about his life in writing and his new collection of essays on storytelling, published on 2nd November and called Daemon Voices. As the author of His Dark Materials series this is a treat for all book lovers in South London. This event is taking place at the MCT in Alleyns School. Tickets are £10/£8 or book offer of Daemon Voices + ticket for £25 and can be booked at www.village-books.co.uk


Tuesday 7 November: Laugh Train Home –  Comedy that tells it like it is…unplugged
Andrew Ryan (Russell Howard’s Good News, Comedy Central’s Live at the Comedy Store, Best of the Edinburgh Festival Live) with Tim Renkow (nominated for Best Newcomer at the 2014 Chortle Awards) and Jamali Maddix (The John Bishop Show, Chortle Student Comedian of the Year 2014). Venue: The Honor Oak, 1 St German’s Road, Forest Hill, SE23 1RH. When: Every  Tuesday, 8pm – 10pm  (doors at 7:30)Cost: £6 Adv. / £8 on the door. Website:  www.LaughTrainHome.com. Closest Train: Forest Hill or Catford. Tickets here. Contact:  LaughTrainHome@LaughTrainHome.com


Tuesday 7 November: Lively Minds over 60’s group
We meet every Tuesday in term time at St Faith’s Community Hall, Red Post hill’  SE24 9JQ. You can arrive from 12 pm to 1pm tea and coffee available bring a packed lunch. We have a speaker every week from 1.45 to 2.45pm and an outing once a month from April to December.

Speakers for November:

  • 7th  November – The Rubbish Pickers Wife with Elizabeth Gowing
  • 14th November – RSBP Water birds with John Lawrence
  • 21st November – Royal Bodyguard with Richard Griffin
  • 28th November – Last Empires/ the Last days of Music Hall with Wilf Lower

Wednesday 8 November: Dig it Gardening Club
Frendsbury garden in Brockley offers two weekly gardening clubs for wellbeing: Dig It on a Wednesday afternoon at 2pm and We Dig It 2 on a Monday afternoon at 1.30pm. Both clubs finish at 4pm. They are open to all adults in the area, especially those who are under-employed, socially isolated and recovering from mental ill-health. More info here.


Thursday 9 November: Pub Quiz at Lordship Pub
7pmTest your wits and raise money for Link Age Southwark – bring a team. For more information please visitwww.linkagesouthwark.org/events or call Laura on 020 8299 2623. Lordship Pub, Lordship Lane, East Dulwich SE22 8HA


Thursday 9 November: Tim Jones & The Dark Lanterns at The Ivy House
Tim Jones is one of the most distinctive voices on the London folk scene. His song writing and delivery of traditional material has been likened to that of Peter Bellamy, Nic Jones and Fairport Convention. The Dark Lanterns are Ted Kemp  on concertina and Karen Phillips on fiddle. Door 7pm. Live music starts 8pm. Tickets £7 (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


Thursday 9 November: The Arts Society Dulwich illustrated lecture Amber: Past Uses and Present Fakes
8pm, James Allen’s Girls’ School Sixth Form Centre (parking and access via JAGS Sports Club, Red Post Hill, SE22), 8pm. See www.ddfas.org.uk.


Friday 10 – Sunday 12 November: Dulwich Literary Festival at Dulwich College
Featuring Alan Hollinghurst, Ali Smith, Simon Jenkins, Alexei Sayle, fun children’s programme and lots more- a fantastic weekend at Dulwich College. dulwichliteraryfestival.co.uk


Saturday 11 November: 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 11 November: Dulwich Village Farmer’s Market
We grow it. We sell it. You buy it, you peel it, you mash it, you chop it, you boil it, you fry it, you roast it, you bake it, you steam it, you grill it, you slice it. You eat it. Every Saturday 10am–2pm at Dulwich C of E Infants’ School, Turney Road junction with Dulwich Village London SE21 7JU. www.lfm.org.uk


Saturday 11 November: Mozart Requiem
It is a truth universally acknowledged that the Mozart Requiem is one of the masterpieces of choral music. The mysterious circumstances of its creation are still debated by scholars, but its overwhelming beauty and unforgettable impact on the listener are beyond dispute. The Concordia Chamber Choir is proud to be performing it as the centrepiece of our autumn concert to which we welcome The South Circular Orchestra. Also on the programme are three exquisite Rossini motets while our orchestral guests will be playing one of Bach’s stirring Brandenburg Concertos, which are among the finest works of the Baroque. We look forward to welcoming you to a magnificent evening of music. The performance is at 7:30 pm on Saturday 11th November 2017 at All Saints’ Church, Lovelace Rd, SE21 8JY. Tickets cost £12 at the door, or £11 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 12 November: 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 whenever. £2 on the door. More information from www.thegooseisout.com


Monday 13 November: Dig it Gardening Club
Frendsbury garden in Brockley offers two weekly gardening clubs for wellbeing: Dig It on a Wednesday afternoon at 2pm and We Dig It 2 on a Monday afternoon at 1.30pm. Both clubs finish at 4pm. They are open to all adults in the area, especially those who are under-employed, socially isolated and recovering from mental ill-health. More info here.


Monday 13 November: A picture of heath with Michael Baum
2pm till 4 pm at Herne Hill Baptist Church, Half Moon Lane

  • Professor emeritus of surgery & visiting Professor of medical humanities University College London
  • The history of surgery through the eyes of the artist from Ancient Egypt to the modern day.

Free Entry –  non members welcome.


Tuesday 14 November: Lively Minds over 60’s group
We meet every Tuesday in term time at St Faith’s Community Hall, Red Post hill’  SE24 9JQ. You can arrive from 12 pm to 1pm tea and coffee available bring a packed lunch. We have a speaker every week from 1.45 to 2.45pm and an outing once a month from April to December.

Speakers for November:

  • 14th November – RSBP Water birds with John Lawrence
  • 21st November – Royal Bodyguard with Richard Griffin
  • 28th November – Last Empires/ the Last days of Music Hall with Wilf Lower

Tuesday 14 November: Laugh Train Home –  Three very distinct storytellers
Felicity Ward (The Inbetweeners 2, the John Bishop Show, Russell Howards Good News) with Adam Rowe (The Comedy Store) “True comic brilliance” – The Liverpool Echo and Vladimir McTavish  ‘lively, sharp and skillful’ Time Out. Venue: The Honor Oak, 1 St German’s Road, Forest Hill, SE23 1RH. When: Every  Tuesday, 8pm – 10pm  (doors at 7:30)Cost: £6 Adv. / £8 on the door. Website:  www.LaughTrainHome.com. Closest Train: Forest Hill or Catford. Tickets here. Contact:  LaughTrainHome@LaughTrainHome.com


Wednesday 15 November: Dig it Gardening Club
Frendsbury garden in Brockley offers two weekly gardening clubs for wellbeing: Dig It on a Wednesday afternoon at 2pm and We Dig It 2 on a Monday afternoon at 1.30pm. Both clubs finish at 4pm. They are open to all adults in the area, especially those who are under-employed, socially isolated and recovering from mental ill-health. More info here.


Thursday 16 November: The Medieval Queens of England with Alison Weir
7.30pm. Join Village Books & Alison Weir as she shares with us the dramatic story of five Norman queens from her new book Queens of the Conquest. This event is taking place in The Great Hall in Alleyns School and tickets can be booked at www.village-books.co.uk


Thursday 16 November: The History of Gin According to Cocktails
7pm at House of Tippler, SE22 8HU. Experience an evening with Fords Gin journeying through the years of gin, from the early days of gin punch up to the current Golden Age of the Cocktail. You will learn how the rise and fall of gin and cocktails have been intertwined through history whilst enjoying 6 of the important cocktails that form the rich fabric of gin’s history. Tickets are £25, all proceeds go to Link Age Southwark. For tickets and more details, go to www.linkagesouthwark.org/events or call 020 8299 2623.


Saturday 18 November: 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 18 November: Dulwich Village Farmer’s Market
We grow it. We sell it. You buy it, you peel it, you mash it, you chop it, you boil it, you fry it, you roast it, you bake it, you steam it, you grill it, you slice it. You eat it. Every Saturday 10am–2pm at Dulwich C of E Infants’ School, Turney Road junction with Dulwich Village London SE21 7JU. www.lfm.org.uk


Saturday 18 November: Harpsichord Recital in Dulwich Village
18 November @ 10.30am, St Barnabas Parish Hall. Music by Jean-François Dandrieu and Jean Françaix. Narrated by Marie-Noelle Lamy.  The event is supported by Southwark Council. Free entry for Under 18s. Adults £12.50 / £10 (early bird). Tickets here.


Saturday 18 November: Trade Winds
A dynamic Forest Hill-based a cappella choir whose repertoire includes pop, folk, jazz and world music, are delighted to present their autumn concert on Saturday 18th November at Holy Trinity Church, 66 Lennard Rd SE20 7LX. Doors at 7 for a 7.30pm start. With guest singers The Hasty Nymphs. Tickets £7 with all profits to go to the MS Trust.


Monday 20 November: Dig it Gardening Club
Frendsbury garden in Brockley offers two weekly gardening clubs for wellbeing: Dig It on a Wednesday afternoon at 2pm and We Dig It 2 on a Monday afternoon at 1.30pm. Both clubs finish at 4pm. They are open to all adults in the area, especially those who are under-employed, socially isolated and recovering from mental ill-health. More info here.


Tuesday 21 November: Lively Minds over 60’s group
We meet every Tuesday in term time at St Faith’s Community Hall, Red Post hill’  SE24 9JQ. You can arrive from 12 pm to 1pm tea and coffee available bring a packed lunch. We have a speaker every week from 1.45 to 2.45pm and an outing once a month from April to December.

Speakers for November:

  • 21st November – Royal Bodyguard with Richard Griffin
  • 28th November – Last Empires/ the Last days of Music Hall with Wilf Lower

Tuesday 21 November: Laugh Train Home –  International All-Stars
Pete Johnannson (Netflix Exclusive Pete Johannson…you Might Enjoy Pete Johannson, Russell Howards Good News Extra) with Desiree Burch (Just filmed Live at The Apollo), Benji Waterstones (Finalist, Leicester Square New Act 2014) and MC Robyn Perkins. Venue: The Honor Oak, 1 St German’s Road, Forest Hill, SE23 1RH. When: Every  Tuesday, 8pm – 10pm  (doors at 7:30)Cost: £6 Adv. / £8 on the door. Website:  www.LaughTrainHome.com. Closest Train: Forest Hill or Catford. Tickets here. Contact:  LaughTrainHome@LaughTrainHome.com


Wednesday 22 November: Dig it Gardening Club
Frendsbury garden in Brockley offers two weekly gardening clubs for wellbeing: Dig It on a Wednesday afternoon at 2pm and We Dig It 2 on a Monday afternoon at 1.30pm. Both clubs finish at 4pm. They are open to all adults in the area, especially those who are under-employed, socially isolated and recovering from mental ill-health. More info here.


Thursday 23 November: Mums in Business
Showcase for members who produce saleable goods if anyone wants to show off their work that’s ideal for Xmas orders (small collection only that can be passed around the group due to space limitations). Members only please get in touch claire@daisylets.uk. We’ll have our usual catch up too of course.


Thursday 23 November: The Charter School Christmas Fair
The Charter School will be holding its annual Christmas Fair on Thursday 23rd November from 5.30pm to 8.30pm. Local Artists and Designers will be selling their work including gorgeous vintage jewellery, handmade scarves and accessories, limited edition prints and homewares as well as greetings cards and Christmas cards.  The perfect opportunity to pick up an original Christmas gift. Fair will be held at The Charter School Red Post Hill , SE24 9JH , Entrance £1 for adults, kids free.


Thursday 23 November: Suzanne James Special Link Age Southwark Supper, The 7.00pm at Old Bakery, 11b Barry Road, London SE22 0HX. For further details and advance sales please go to www.linkagesouthwark.org/events or call 020 8299 2623.


Friday 24 November: ALASDAIR ROBERTS at The Ivy House
Alasdair Roberts is a Goose favourite, and we make no apologies for booking him again this year! A complete original,  his music ranges all over the place (in the best possible way)  whilst always being unmistakeably Alasdair Roberts,  whether he is putting his own stamp on a traditional song or singing a song he has written himself. Tickets are selling fast for this concert, so we advise you to get yours soon if you want to come! Door 7pm. Live music starts 8pm. Tickets £12/10 advance, £13/11 on the door. For tickets and further information, please see www.thegooseisout.com


Saturday 25 November: 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 25 November: Dulwich Village Farmer’s Market
We grow it. We sell it. You buy it, you peel it, you mash it, you chop it, you boil it, you fry it, you roast it, you bake it, you steam it, you grill it, you slice it. You eat it. Every Saturday 10am–2pm at Dulwich C of E Infants’ School, Turney Road junction with Dulwich Village London SE21 7JU. www.lfm.org.uk


Saturday 25 November: Love West Dulwich Christmas Fair
11.00am – 4.00pm. The Love West Dulwich Christmas Fair will take place on Park Hall Road, Croxted Road and Rosendale Road in West Dulwich, SE21. It promises to be a fun day for the whole family and a chance to get your Christmas shopping all wrapped up, whilst supporting the areas wonderful local businesses.


Saturday 25 November: St.Augustines great Autumn/ Christmas fair
11am -3pm. Free entry. Lots of stalls including Jewellery, Craft, Food, Cakes, Toys, Bric a Brac, Jams and Pickles and much more. An ideal start to the festive season. St.Augustines Church,One Tree Hill,Honor Oak Park SE23 3LE. Website augustineonetreehill.org.co.uk


Saturday 25 November: Music for voices, viola and harp
The Ionian Singers and their conductor Timothy Salter will be joined by violist Luba Tunnicliffe and harpist Oliver Wass, members of the Pelléas Ensemble, for a concert on Saturday 25th November in All Saints Church, Rosendale Road. An exciting mix of music arises from the unusual combination of voices and the two instrumentalists who will perform both as a duo and with the choir. All Saints’ Church, Rosendale Road, London SE21 8LN. Saturday 25th November 2017 at 7.30pm. Tickets at the door or in advance from 020 8693 1051, 07950 143 916 or info@ioniansingers.co.uk. £13.00 (£11 concessions). www.ioniansingers.co.uk


Sunday 26 November: Christmas Shopping Day at Village Books in Dulwich Village
Christmas shopping day at Village Books in Dulwich Village and to celebrate there is a 15% off any book purchase that day. The bookshop is open on Sundays between 11am & 5pm.


Monday 27 November: Dig it Gardening Club
Frendsbury garden in Brockley offers two weekly gardening clubs for wellbeing: Dig It on a Wednesday afternoon at 2pm and We Dig It 2 on a Monday afternoon at 1.30pm. Both clubs finish at 4pm. They are open to all adults in the area, especially those who are under-employed, socially isolated and recovering from mental ill-health. More info here.


Tuesday 28 November: Lively Minds over 60’s group
We meet every Tuesday in term time at St Faith’s Community Hall, Red Post hill’  SE24 9JQ. You can arrive from 12 pm to 1pm tea and coffee available bring a packed lunch. We have a speaker every week from 1.45 to 2.45pm and an outing once a month from April to December.

Speakers for November:

  • 28th November – Last Empires/ the Last days of Music Hall with Wilf Lower

Tuesday 28 November: Laugh Train Home –  A Mixed Bag of Comedy Genius  
Marcel Lucont (Derek, John Bishop’s Christmas Show, Russell Howard’s Good News, Live At The Electric, Set List) with Matt Price  “A phenomenal storyteller” The Scotsman, Cally Beaton and Bob Munro. Venue: The Honor Oak, 1 St German’s Road, Forest Hill, SE23 1RH. When: Every  Tuesday, 8pm – 10pm  (doors at 7:30)Cost: £6 Adv. / £8 on the door. Website:  www.LaughTrainHome.com. Closest Train: Forest Hill or Catford. Tickets here. Contact:  LaughTrainHome@LaughTrainHome.com


Wednesday 29 November: Dig it Gardening Club
Frendsbury garden in Brockley offers two weekly gardening clubs for wellbeing: Dig It on a Wednesday afternoon at 2pm and We Dig It 2 on a Monday afternoon at 1.30pm. Both clubs finish at 4pm. They are open to all adults in the area, especially those who are under-employed, socially isolated and recovering from mental ill-health. More info here.


Wednesday 29 November: Cooking with Scissors
6.45-8.45pm. Upstairs at The Palmerston, 91 Lordship Lane. An opportunity for local business professionals to meet, make new contacts and gain new business. Meet the last Wednesday of every month. To find out more or register your interest in attending please email sbn@cookingwithscissors.co.uk.

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