Now until – 15 January 2017
Monday 9 January: Shirley Valentine (1989) Cert 15/108 mins
With Pauline Collins, Tom Conti, Julia McKenzie. An award-winning British romantic comedy-drama which follows middle aged Shirley Valentine in her journey of self-discovery. Bar opens at 7pm and screening at 7.30pm. Tickets £9, £7 friends – includes a glass of wine, snacks and film notes.
Get creative together at ArtPlay, our practical drop-in session, making everything from bunting to block prints.
Felt Characters – Draw and Sew with artist Francesca Centioni
Taking inspiration from the Permanent Collection, explore a variety of techniques including drawing, mark making, stitching and appliqué. Create your own creative and colourful characters.
22 January, 2 – 4pm. Free with Gallery Ticket
Selected Sundays of every month. Participate in interactive storytelling in the main gallery. Please meet the storyteller at the gallery ticket desk.
- Sunday 15 January
- Sunday 29 January
Two sessions per day, 2.30pm & 3.10pm. Free with Gallery ticket.
Experience the delights of our collection with your child aged 6-18 months. Enjoy an informal, child-friendly gallery visit followed by a hands-on, sensory art session tailored for you and your baby. Collection-based themes change monthly – come to one or all!
Windows and Light: Exploring the Architecture of Dulwich Picture Gallery
Thursday 19 January, 10.30am – 12pm. £16 per adult & child
Cavatina Children’s Concert: The Magnard Ensemble
A wonderful afternoon with The Magnard Ensemble who will present Revolting Rhymes and Marvellous Music – a music and drama workshop based on stories by Roald Dahl. Explores weird and wonderful worlds in this creatively stimulating concert.
Sunday 8 January, 2.30pm / Linbury Room. 5-12 yrs. Children free; £5 for every accompanying adult
Off the Wall
Discuss, debate and have your say in creative sessions led by you!
This workshop provides an opportunity for young people to work with a professional artist and engage in lively discussions and debate that challenge perceptions of what galleries are and who they are for. Working together, participants will explore the Gallery’s collection and its universal themes such as power, love, inequality and war whilst addressing what is going on in the world around us.
Saturday 21 January, 2 – 4pm. Free. To book your place contact Emma Hollamby – firstname.lastname@example.org / 020 8299 8753
Tickets are available online at www.dulwichpicturegallery.org.uk/whats-on or at the admissions desks in the Gallery.
For information call 020 8299 8750 or e-mail email@example.com