The Amazing World of M. C. Escher from 14 October 2015 – 17 January 2016
Prud’hon: Napoleon’s Draughtsman from 23 June – 15 November 2015
Screenings and much more. Bar opens at 7pm and screening at 7.30pm
Tickets £9, £7 friends – includes a glass of wine and snacks. No allocated seating
Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow (1963) Cert A/118 mins – Monday 9 November
Directed by Vittorio de Sica, produced by Carlo Ponti and Joseph E. Levine, with Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni. Oscar winning film about three different women and their men. Adelina sells black-market cigarettes in Naples, while in Milan, Anna, a bored uber-rich wife, takes a lover and Mara is an up-market prostitute with high class clients.
The Christmas Bazaar – Saturday 21 November
10am- 5pm at St Barnabus Parish Hall, Dulwich Village. Entrance free. This annual event just keeps getting better. Local artists and artisans sell their wonderful wares. Do your Christmas shopping and enjoy freshly made tea, coffee, sandwiches and delicious cakes.
Drew Colby presents a Christmas Special Hand Puppet Show: The Ugly Duckling – Sunday 29 November
10.15am & 1.30pm. Tickets £5, babies up to 12 months free – book early. The Ugly Duckling, by Hans Christian Andersen, uses new techniques, beautiful light effects, whimsical humour and glorious live music to tell the story. A magical hour for the whole family – lots of laughs, fun characters and surprises along the way.
Wihan Quartet – Friday 20 November
7.30pm/Gallery. £20, Friends £18 includes a glass of wine. The Wihan Quartet of Prague, celebrating 30 years together, is described as ‘one of the best quartets in the world today’. They are making a welcome return to the gallery to play quartets by Mozart, Schubert and Beethoven.
Soane Museum – Tuesday 3 November
10-11.30am. £25, Friends £20. The Soane Museum is the remarkable survival of the house of architect Sir John Soane. There is an abundance of important art, including Hogarth’s Rake’s Progress. The tour will include the newly restored and stunning private apartments and model room.
The Garrick Club – Monday 30 November
10-12noon. £25, Friends £20 includes coffee and biscuits. The Garrick Club houses the largest collection of British theatrical works of art, including Zoffany and Millais. Most notable British actors, from David Garrick to John Gielgud are portrayed on the walls. The tour covers the highlights of the collection.
Lunchtime concert series
From Blues to Bach. 1.30-2pm/Christ’s Chapel. November 4, 11, 18, 25. Enter from the cloister in Dulwich Picture Gallery. Free lunchtime concerts with talented students from local schools who will both entertain and impress you with their musicianship.
Tickets are available online at www.dulwichpicturegallery.org.uk or from Friends Desk or phone 020 8299 8750 10am–4.00pm.
For information call 020 8299 8750 or e-mail email@example.com