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Dulwich Picture Gallery reveals the Colour Palace

Dulwich Picture Gallery Reveals the Colour Palace

Dulwich Picture Gallery has unveiled The Colour Palace by Yinka Ilori and Pricegore in collaboration with London Festival of Achitecture

Area Focus: Why Dulwich is One of London’s Best Neighbourhoods

Stroll through Dulwich Village and it’s difficult to imagine that you’re just a few miles from central London. Green spaces, independent shops and a glorious village vibe have made the south east London enclave one of the capital’s most popular places to live. The Resident takes a closer look at the leafy haven’s enduring appeal…

The best artists to see at Dulwich Festival's Artists Open House: Caroline Thomson

15 Must-See Artists at Dulwich Festival Aritsts’ Open House

Part of Dulwich festival, Artists’ Open House 2019 runs over two consecutive weekends – 11-12 & 18-19 May – with more than 250 south east London-based artists opening up their homes and studios to visitors. But where to start? The Resident picks out 15 must-see artists…

Loneliness and the elderly - is loneliness bad for your health?

Ad Feature Why is Loneliness so Harmful for the Elderly?

Age UK reminds us that one million older people in the UK can go for a whole month without speaking to a friend, neighbour or family member. As well as bring incredibly sad, loneliness can also be detrimental to our mental and physical health

Mother's Day dining ideas south east London: Pedler, Peckham, serves breakfast, brunch and Sunday lunch

Mother’s Day Dining Hotspots in South East London

Stay close to home this Mother’s Day (Sunday 31 March) and treat mum to a champagne afternoon tea, sharing feast of fish dishes or a top-notch Sunday lunch in and around Dulwich

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  

Things to do in London in March: Patrick Hughes: A New Look at Perspective at Alon Zakaim Fine Art, Mayfair

49 Things To Do in London: March 2019

Things to do in London this March from International Women’s Day to the Affordable Art Fair in Battersea, Midcentury Modern in Dulwich, HOLI festival and a new Wedding Weekend in Belgravia

For sale in Dulwich: Great Brownings is a great example of a mid-century modern home

Property of the Day: Great Brownings, Dulwich

This architect-designed house in Great Brownings, Dulwich is a perfect example of mid-century modern and Scandinavian design with big glass windows, wooden paneling and plenty of space too.

Iain Glen interview on Games of Thrones and life in Dulwich (photo: Richard Saker/Rex/Shutterstock)

Iain Glen on Life in Dulwich & the Last Series of Game of Thrones

From the West End to Westeros, Dulwich’s own Iain Glen has a career many actors could only dream of. So what was it like to play Ser Jorah Mormont in Game of Thrones for a decade? And what does he have to say about the final series?

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

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