Edward Bawden's blotter Exhibitions and Displays Edward Bawden The British artist and designer Edward Bawden (1903–89) is renowned for his monumental linocuts of Brighton Pier and other Victorian architecture, and for his witty designs for companies like Twinings and Fortnum & Mason. This ia the first major exhibition to look at every aspect of Bawden’s … Continue reading DULWICH PICTURE GALLERY EVENTS IN AUGUST
TOAD OF TOAD HALL Tuesday 17 July - Saturday 21 July South London theatre West Norwood Adapted from Kenneth Grahame's Wind in the Willows, by Winnie the Pooh author AA Milne, Toad of Toad Hall tells the hilarious escapades of Toad, Mole, Rat and Badger along a river in London's East End. The Saturday matinee for this show has already SOLD OUT. Please book your … Continue reading TOAD OF TOAD HALL IN WEST NORWOOD
We are delighted to bring to you our first annual West Norwood Arts Festival. 10 days of events & activities including theatre, music, dance, comedy, workshops, walks and talks, wellbeing art, activities for kids & young adults with a focus on this year’s theme heritage. Visit the website and see what is happening and how you … Continue reading WEST NORWOOD FEST IN AUGUST
Mount Pleasant Road Exhibitions and Displays Edward Bawden The British artist and designer Edward Bawden (1903–89) is renowned for his monumental linocuts of Brighton Pier and other Victorian architecture, and for his witty designs for companies like Twinings and Fortnum & Mason. This ia the first major exhibition to look at every aspect … Continue reading DULWICH PICTURE GALLERY AUGUST EVENTS
Streatham Common Co-Operative presents a season of outdoor theatre at Streatham Rookery, starting Sunday July 8 with Shakespeare’s A Winter’s Tale. Streatham Common Co-operative (SCCoop) hosts open-air theatre in the Rookery Gardens in July, August and September – including Shakespearean cyclists, treasure hunts, Toad of Toad Hall and an exit pursued by a bear. There’s theatre for … Continue reading EXIT STREATHAM ROOKERY GARDENS, PURSUED BY A BEAR…..*
TUESDAY JULY 3rd Easter Island: a scientific perspective. Speaker: Audrey Brown. Easter Island is the most remote inhabited island in the world, 3700 km off the coast of Chile. Come and hear about it from a scientific perspective. Geology: why is there an island there? Biology: where did all the palm trees go? Chemistry: how … Continue reading EVENTS: EASTER ISLAND TALK
Main stage photo © Paul Grace Phew! That was one great Festival with 20,000 of you coming to Crystal Palace Park on Saturday for a huge love-in with Stereo MC's, Polarbear, Rodney P & Skitz and too many more to mention! Just some of the feedback we have received so far – looks like it was a great one … Continue reading CRYSTAL PALACE FESTIVAL: DO YOU WANT SOME MORE??????
Please visit our website for full details of what's coming up. In two weeks we open with Exploding Whale’s theatre production Heroes; set to Bowie’s The Rise & Fall of Ziggy Stardust & The Spiders from Mars. Running for 5 nights from 27 June and runs for 5 nights. “This coming of age story of friendship and self-discovery is a triumph’ Glasgow … Continue reading SYDENHAM ARTS FESTIVAL JUNE 27th to JULY 8th
Comedy Jen Brister Family Shows MEANINGLESS (WIP) Wednesday 13th: 9pm £12.50/£10 Ever wanted to know the meaning of life? No, neither has Jen, she’s too busy trying to stop her twins from using her shoes as a toilet. Still, we’re only on this planet for a finite time, wouldn’t it be good to find a bit … Continue reading ATTIC ARTS CLUB CONTINUES AT UPPER NORWOOD LIBRARY…..
We have some amazing events lind up for both the Penge and Crystal Palace Festivals. To begin with, next Wednesday we have a rare film showing of Oh! What a Lovely War, if you have never seen this film before - it is a must, an amazing cast and was a breakthrough in Musical Theatre at the … Continue reading SCREENING OF OH WHAT A LOVELY WAR AT BRIDGE HOUSE THEATRE PLUS: COMEDY REVENGE IN PENGE