All posts tagged: events

Dulwich Picture Gallery – July events

Exhibitions & Displays Pisarro in Dulwich Until 4 August To celebrate the 400th anniversary of the founding of Dulwich College, Dulwich Picture Gallery is hosting a special display focusing on Camille Pissarro’s view of the school’s main building, painted in 1871. A special loan from the Fondation Bemberg, Toulouse, the work returns to Dulwich for the first time since it was painted. Dulwich Pavilion 2019: The Colour Palace The Colour Palace has been unveiled as the second edition of the Dulwich Pavilion. The outcome of an open design competition organised by the Gallery and the London Festival of Architecture, The Colour Palace is a vibrant new addition for summer 2019 at Dulwich Picture Gallery, with a full programme of events planned. Pavilion Supper Club: The Gathered Table by Ollie Dabbous 3 July & 18 September, arrival 7pm, dinner served at 8pm £80; includes 5 courses tasting menu and drinks (see menu) Pavilion Art Tasters 5 July – 16 August, Fridays, 6-10pm, £5 Bring friends and soak up the atmosphere with drop-in art-making and drinks in …

Bell House – July events!

An Introduction to Film and TV Drama Production – Saturday 20th July, 10am If you are interested in the screen production industry, this course will help you discover how to transfer existing skills or interests, and the opportunities in the world of film and TV production.   How to Make Norimaki Sushi – Sunday 21st July, 4pm  Learn how to make norimaki sushi from scratch in the Bell House kitchen with Zita Steyn, author of Good Better Green. Volunteering opportunity – Can you teach sewing with us?  Bell House is led by volunteers, and volunteers lead many of our courses. We are looking for a volunteer to start sewing courses at Bell House. Bell House have sewing machines – we just need someone with the passion to share their skills! If you would be able to help us, and would like to find out more, please email info@bellhouse.co.uk.

Dulwich Picture Gallery – June exhibitions!

Exhibitions & Displays Cutting Edge: Modernist British Printmaking 19 June – 8 September This summer we shine a spotlight on a brief but intense period of inspirational printmaking during the 1930s, with the first major show of work by artists from the Grosvenor School, including teacher and artist Claude Flight and his students Sybil Andrews, Cyril Power, Lill Tschudi, William Greengrass and Leonard Beaumont. Nahoko Kojima: Sumi 19 June – 8 September Kojima’s eight-metre-long crocodile, cut entirely from one sheet of paper, will hang suspended from the Gallery’s entrance hall – a visual spectacle for all to admire. A key protagonist of the paper cut sculpture movement, she is renowned for turning majestic animals into works of art and questioning our relationship to nature. Pisarro in Dulwich Until 4 August To celebrate the 400th anniversary of the founding of Dulwich College, Dulwich Picture Gallery is hosting a special display focusing on Camille Pissarro’s view of the school’s main building, painted in 1871. A special loan from the Fondation Bemberg, Toulouse, the work returns to Dulwich for …

June events at Bell House

In the Tracks of Pissarro: Dulwich History Exhibition – weekend 15th & 16th June, 10am – 5pm To coincide with Pissarro’s Dulwich College(1871) coming to the Picture Gallery and the College’s 400th anniversary, Bell House is hosting a small exhibition looking at 1871, a key moment of change in our part of South London. The Doll Factory by Elizabeth MacNeal – Tuesday 11th June, 7:30pm Village Books are back at Bell House presenting The Doll Factory by Elizabeth Macneal. A Midsummer Night’s Dream – Sunday 16th, Saturday 22nd & Sunday 23rd June The scene is set for nights of mischief, misunderstandings and merriment, as the Dulwich Players perform A Midsummer Night’s Dream in the magical gardens of Bell House. Performances at 2pm and 5pm each day. Save a Life Community First Aid Course – Saturday 22nd June, 9:30am Would you know what to do if someone stopped breathing? If not, then emergency first aid training should be on your list of essential skills to learn. You will leave this training session feeling confident to help …

Everything is changing! Including The Illusioneer

Some of you may know it as a tiny “shop front” you walk past on your way to the station in Herne Hill, others may have booked the tiny venue for a “Party Show” or special occasion. Some people believe “it only appears when you need it!” The reality is, I opened The illusioneer Theatre and Studio nearly 10 years ago, as a place for me to perform and develop a number of shows in a theatre style for all ages. I developed three core shows that worked well for The illusioneer brand and the Little Theatre but now it’s time for change. Over this time I sought to diversify the audience so a parlour show called “Midweek Magic Mix” was developed with other Illusionists and Magicians to bring in a new adult audience. The core team of Illusioneers have now been with me for over 5 Years and because of my background in theatre, events and TV they wanted me to promote a stage show and event to a bigger audience After lots of …