Review: Stella Cardew – Jeannie Avent Gallery

Review: Stella Cardew – Jeannie Avent Gallery

Michael HollandJul 10, 2024

Colour Explosions There is a good chance that Stella Cardew R.A. is, at 96, the oldest working artist in Southwark. What is without doubt…

The SpongeBob Musical

The SpongeBob Musical

Michael HollandJul 9, 2024

Who lives in a pineapple under the sea and has become the hottest musical theatre star?  Dive into the underwater world of Bikini Bottom…

Dream on in South London Gallery

Dream on in South London Gallery

Michael HollandJul 3, 2024

Sueño de la Madrugada (A Midnight’s Dream) is Firelei Báez’s first solo exhibition in the UK. Known for her striking paintings, she also makes…

The Hot Wing King

The Hot Wing King

Michael HollandJul 2, 2024

The National Theatre will host the UK premiere of Katori Hall’s Pulitzer Prize-winning The Hot Wing King. This new comedy is told with the…

Intermezzo in Dulwich

Intermezzo in Dulwich

Michael HollandJun 29, 2024

The South London Women Artists(SLWA) have a new exhibition for summer in Dulwich Village. Intermezzo features the work of 25 SLWA members and includes…

The Baker’s Wife

The Baker’s Wife

Michael HollandJun 27, 2024

The arrival of a new Baker (Clive Rowe)and his younger wife (Josefina Gabrielle) turns a provincial French village upside down in this cult classic…

Boys to Men in London

Boys to Men in London

Michael HollandJun 27, 2024

This summer, get a glimpse into the world of young men growing up in London with MANTELPEACE, a free exhibition in one-hour slots. Immerse yourself…

Errol’s Garden is Growing in South London

Errol’s Garden is Growing in South London

Michael HollandJun 27, 2024

“I wish I could have a garden of my own, but all I see out there is concrete and pavement and more concrete…”  Errol…

Shoots and Leaves Bring People Together

Shoots and Leaves Bring People Together

Michael HollandJun 26, 2024

Woody Pyke was born and bred in Peckham, where he still lives and works at running his own catering company, but he did not…

Review: The Constituent – Old Vic

Review: The Constituent – Old Vic

Michael HollandJun 26, 2024

Iron Fist or Helping Hand? Joe Penhall’s The Constituent is an excellent piece of theatre. It isn’t dragged out for the sake of adding…

Chaka Khan Declares War on the South Bank

Chaka Khan Declares War on the South Bank

Michael HollandJun 24, 2024

I bought Eric Burdon Declares War 54 years ago and it is still one of my favourite albums, so when I heard War had…

Review: Yoshida: Three Generations of Japanese Printmaking

Review: Yoshida: Three Generations of Japanese Printmaking

Michael HollandJun 20, 2024

The first of the Yoshida Dynasty – Hiroshi – was already an established artist in his homeland, Japan, when he took up printmaking at…