Drop-off point at St Faith's Red Post Hill for Southwark Foodbank

St Faith's Church and Centre in North Dulwich is now affiliated with Southwark Foodbank as a donation drop-off point taking non-perishable food and toiletries. St Faith's is located at 62 Red Post Hill SE24 9JQ, virtually on the roundabout with Sunray Avenue.

Literary Kitchen Festival 2015 launches Kickstarter campaign

Last year you helped us launch and run the very first Literary Kitchen Festival. It was a huge success, hosting 31 events, and showcasing over 100 writers, artists, performers, indy publishers, agents and even a dog! It’s 2015 and we’re back! This year will see over 170 participants perform in 19 venues across one week, 12-18 October.

Music Umbrella's Half Term Hallowe'en Workshop



This half-term, come and join Music Umbrella for some scary fun!

For two days in the function rooms of the Cambria pub in Camberwell we'll be writing spooky songs, devising some drama, painting our faces and putting on a little show.

Taking a ghost story as our basis we'll put on a short play, with songs to match.



The workshop will take place on Wednesday 26th and Thursday 27th October, upstairs in the function rooms of the Cambria, 40 Kemerton Road, Camberwell, SE5 9AD.

Running from 10am until 3pm each day, costing £65/£75 with lunch.

Suitable for children from 7 - 12 years old.

Scratchy violins, horrible sound effects and small ghosts all welcome!

To book call Lucy on 07980 985658 or go to

Camberwell College of Arts at Brockwell Lido's Modern Movement 2011

Brockwell Lido's Modern Movement 2011 kicks off tomorrow, April 30th, and will run across the weekend with 20 stalls set up around the pool selling items from the 1920s to the 1970s including lighting, textiles, rugs, vintage furniture, glass and objets d’art. There will also be talks and other activities, including an exhibition/installation from the Camberwell College of Arts' first year 3D degree programme students. The cafe will be serving a barbeque by the pool. All are welcome.


The weekend probably gets its name from the dominant movement in 20th-century architecture, which grew out of the technological innovations of 19th C industrial architecture, which led to a kind of international style of the 1920s and 30s. This has since developed various regional trends. ‘Form follows function’ was one of the MM's principles even if this didn't seem to represent contemporary architecture's preoccupation with proportion, human scale, and attention to detail!


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