Sunday 8 May: Walking with Wates. Ian McInnes will lead two tours through the 1950s & 60s Wates Estates in ‘South Dulwich’ & Upper Norwood. Book on http://dulwichfestival.co.uk

Tuesday 10 May: Why are there no pubs on the west side of Lordship Lane? Ian McInnes will give a free talk on the history of East Dulwich at 2.0pm at the Dulwich Library.

Tuesday 10 May: The Surprising Story of Christ’s Chapel: Christ’s Chapel was built only 11 years after the Gunpowder Plot and during the first century of its 400 years it was a place of religious fanaticism and change. This and later changes in religious observance can be seen in aspects of the interior of the building which will be explained by historian Brian Green. Music played a vital part in the history of Christ’s Chapel; Handel. Arne, Vaughan Williams and Holst all had walk-on roles. Marilyn Harper, Chapel Organist will play some of their music on the same organ in use since 1760.
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Sunday 15 May: Dulwich & Herne Hill Pubs exhibition at Rosebery Lodge at the Dulwich Park Fair: The Dulwich & Herne Hill Societies are publishing a new book on the history of local pubs in May. This exhibition celebrates its launch with original pictures, posters and historic newspaper articles.

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