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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  

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?

London's villages: Barnes is a beautiful village linked to celebrities like Gary Lineker and Anneka Rice

How Much Are Houses in London’s Most Desirable Villages?

London’s urban villages have it all: wisteria-clad period homes, independent shops, artisan food stores, green space and excellent schools; it’s no wonder there’s a premium to pay to live in these vibrant community hubs. But how much are we talking? 

Expert advice on how to discuss home care with elderly parents (photo: Kathy with her mum, courtesy of Home Instead)

Ad Feature Is Home Care or Residential Care Best for People With Dementia?

With an ageing population and longer life expectancy, caring for those with dementia is becoming an increasingly important issue. But if you can’t care for an elderly parent or loved one yourself, what are your options? Should you consider home care or residential care? 

South east London's best beer gardens: The Old Brewery, Greenwich

21 of the Best Beer Gardens in South East London

From colourful courtyards in Deptford to picnic tables by the Cutty Sark and lush, family-friendly green gardens in Sydenham, The Resident picks out 21 of the best beer gardens in south east London

South west London's best wedding venues: Hampton Court Palace

15 of the Finest Wedding Venues in South London

South London is home to a number of fabulous wedding venues, from the magnificent Royal Observatory or Cutty Sark in Greenwich to an urban, industrial warehouse in Brixton

Why East Dulwich is the Place to Be

With new cafes, boutiques and event space, it’s all happening in East Dulwich WORDS Nikki Spencer There’s a bit of a buzz around East Dulwich at the moment with many local people setting up independent businesses in the area,’ states caterer and events organiser Suzanne James (suzannejames.co.uk). In September, James opened Fifty Seven, a unique […]

Interview: Lesley Sharp on the thrill of the stage and life in Dulwich

Lesley Sharp on The Seagull & Life in East Dulwich

As she stars in The Seagull at the Lyric Hammermsith, Lesley Sharp talks about feeling lucky, the thrill of returning to stage and life in East Dulwich

Expert advice on how to discuss home care with elderly parents (photo courtesy of Home Instead Wandsworth)

Ad Feature 3 Expert Tips On Discussing Home Care with Elderly Parents

Tony O’Flaherty, Director of Home Instead Senior Care Wandsworth, Lambeth & Dulwich and Dementia Friends Champion, shares three tips for talking to your elderly parents about home care:

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