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Experiencing the charms of the pub garden at the Dulwich Wood House

At the time December felt depressing, with even the imminent arrival of a ‘normal’ Christmas in doubt. Looking back now it was a period of relative freedom bookended by two lockdowns.

  

FOOD REVIEW by Paloma Lacy: Rudie’s Jerk Shack

There was much excitement when Rudie’s Jerk Shack announced it was setting up home in Brixton Village, not least from me. Ever-changing operating restrictions in late 2020 played havoc with the opening but this finally happened last month.

  

Cake or Death serves up a vegan treat

As quirky brand names go, Cake or Death must surely take the prize. Is it a choice? Not sure. If another reason were needed to give Veganuary a try, this east London vegan bakery could well be it.

  

New artwork display shows off work from Deptford Reach members

A captivating collection of photographs and writing created by vulnerable adults has gone on display at Deptford Lounge.

   

South London Film Festival

A new film festival is celebrating South London’s community of creatives and film-makers. The South London Film Festival is set to open next Sunday at 7pm and will showcase some of the best short films made this year.

   

Photographer displays work symbolising humanity and community in Kensington and Chelsea shops

Shops around Kensington and Chelsea, closed because of the second nationwide lockdown, have been transformed into a pop-up gallery.

   

Covid inspired photographs lands Clapham snapper exhibit at Omnibus Theatre

A Clapham photographer’s Covid-inspired snaps of people sitting on a Clapham Common bench have bagged him a three-month slot for his latest exhibition – Covid Tales From Tom’s Bench.

   

New exhibition opened by the Migration Museum

Migration Museum A new immersive exhibition by the Migration Museum has opened, exploring 400 years of emigration from Britain, from the Mayflower to the present day.

  

Aylesbury portraits to be live-streamed in art collaboration

An intimate portrait of the residents of an estate embroiled in a controversial redevelopment will be live-streamed to highlight stereotypes of urban decay.

  

Artist to exhibit work in dedication to Black History Month

This month, in dedication to Black History Month, an artist will debut his inaugural collection of paintings with an exclusive exhibition display at Gallery@OXO, OXO Tower Wharf on October 21-25.

  

Ice Skating at the Tower

The hardest thing about ice skating is trying not to picture yourself falling over and a passing diva slicing off your fingers. There are a lot of aspiring Tonya Hardings on the rink at the Tower of London, but thankfully, the marshals seem to keep them in check.

  

Photography exhibition to open in Dulwich

An exhibition tracing the history of photography through nature, touted as the first of its kind, will open this autumn.

  

7 Hours on Earth

7 Hours on Earth, set in Graveney School in Tooting and crewed by determined students, re-works Shakespeare’s classic A Midsummer Night’s Dream into a wildly entertaining school caper with a twist of science fiction.

  

Astronomy photo exhibition opening in October

An exhibition showcasing the winners of an astronomy photography award will open in October.

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