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The Colour Palace has been announced as the new Dulwich Pavilion for summer 2019 (© Pricegore and Yinka Ilori)

Help Crowdfund Dulwich Picture Gallery’s Summer Colour Palace

Dulwich Picture Gallery has announced its 2019 summer pavilion – The Colour Palace by artist Yinka Ilori and architecture practice Pricegore – and you can help crowdfund it to life  

Independent bookshops in south east London, from Dulwich to Greenwich and Crystal Palace

9 of the Best Independent Bookshops in South East London

9 of the Best Independent Bookshops in South East London

Will it be an Oscar or a Razzie for Lady Gaga?When music stars cross over from stage to screen, things can go terribly wrong....

Ad Feature Oscars vs Razzies: Do Statistics Predict Success or Failure for Music Stars on the Big Screen?

Will Lady Gaga win an Oscar or a Razzie? Statistics reveal the success and failure of music stars who transition to the big screen – remember Britney in Crossroads and Madonna in Swept Away?

Nile Rodgers to curate Meltdown 2019 at Southbank Centre (photo © Britt Loyd)

Nile Rodgers to Curate Meltdown 2019

Nile Rodgers will curate Meltdown 2019, Southbank Centre has announced. The CHIC co-founder has worked with the biggest names in music and helped propel David Bowie and Madonna to stardom

Pub in the Park comes to London for the first time: Chiswick House line-up revealed

Pub in the Park 2019 Announces First Ever London Line-Up

Tom Kerridge’s Pub in the Park festival, which comes to Chiswick for the first time this year, has announced the first names to join the super star chef and his culinary friends on the tour in 2019

Carols by Candlelight in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support

12 Glorious Carol Concerts in London

Christmas carol concerts in London make for a fabulously festive night out. The Resident picks out some of the capital’s best

Illuminated River Installation to Light Up London’s Bridges

The Illuminated River Foundation has announced the initial stage of the #IlluminatedRiver public art commission, celebrating London’s historic links with the Thames

The best bookshops in Chelsea and Kensington: Daunt Books, west London

6 OF THE BEST BOOKSHOPS IN KENSINGTON & CHELSEA

Whether you’re looking for a first edition Tolkien or a rare recipe book, try our pick of Kensington and Chelsea’s best independent bookshops

How Cabaret Made its London Comeback

With the launch of Proud Cabaret Embankment, it looks like cabaret is experiencing something of a revival. The Resident asks London’s biggest names in cabaret why the art form is making a comeback…

Dulwich Festival 2018 highlights: Joe Innes & the Cavalcade will perform at Dulwich Festival

Dulwich Festival Celebrates 25 Years with Bumper Programme

As Dulwich Festival turns 25, The Resident checks out some of the highlights of south east London’s biggest community arts festival

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