Due to the recent news and government guidelines around the Covid-19 outbreak, please check ahead for all events before booking tickets or attending. 

An Evening with Elinor Lipman: Village Books
Tuesday 17th March, 7.30pm

Village Books are delighted to welcome Elinor Lipman, author of The Inn at Lake Devine, Then She Found Me and The Family Man to Dulwich. The Washington Post described Elinor as “an enchanting, infinitely witty yet serious, exceptionally intelligent, wholly original, and Austen-like stylist”.

Top Tips for Exams for Dyslexic Students
Wednesday 18th March, 7.00pm

A lively and interactive presentation showcasing top tips for exam preparation for students with dyslexia. It will aim to inspire students to prepare effectively for the exam season ahead.

Old, Middle, Modern: Chaucer as the turning-point in the story of English pronunciation
Friday 20th March, 7.30pm

David Crystal, the foremost writer and lecturer on the English language illustrates the development of pronunciation from Old English (Beowulf) through Middle English (Chaucer) to Early Modern English (Shakespeare).

Never Weather-Beaten Saile: A concert to mark the sailing of the Mayflower
Saturday 21st March, 7.30pm

In a London premiere, the Friends’ Musick chamber choir concert will mark the 400th anniversary of the sailing of the Mayflower, telling the story of the fateful voyage in words and music.

Exhibition: 100 years of Southwark council housing
Saturday 21st – Sunday 29th March

To celebrate 100 years since the Addison Act allowed the building of ‘Homes Fit for Heroes’, Bell House in association with the Dulwich Society is hosting this free exhibition. Complementing the exhibition will be free guided walks on Sunday 22nd at 2pm and 3.30pm (check event for starting point) and a free talk on Sunday 29th March at 2.30pm.

How to Age Joyfully
Tuesday 24th March, 7.00pm

Come and hear Maggy Pigott talking about her book ‘How to Age Joyfully: Eight Steps to A Happier, Fuller Life’, a concise and uplifting guide on how to add life to our years, as well as years to our life.

Her Found Language: An International Women’s Day Celebration
Thursday 26th March, 7.30pm

Bell House is proud to present an evening of uplifting and original poetry that celebrates the female voice in all its variations. Everyone welcome.

Understanding Adolescence: Mental Health and Young People
Tuesday 31st March, 7.00pm

Learn about teenage mental health, what to look out for, and how to support a child who you are concerned about.

During spring and summer, Bell House will be hosting an exciting new series of monthly concerts showcasing the talent of young quartets and music students in the area. Check out our events page or join our mailing list at bellhouse.co.uk for forthcoming dates.