Tattoos are a beautiful way to turn your body into a piece of art. So, there’s nothing worse than getting a tattoo that’s just not right! Whether you’re looking for a dainty first tattoo, an epic full sleeve or a quick touch up, we’ve got you covered and given you the lowdown on our favourite places to get stunning tattoos in South London!
Tired of spending weekends sat in front of the tv? Explore Lambeth borough’s art scene this year with a plethora of galleries, workshops and boutiques to visit and support. Whether you want to try you hand at making your own creation or leave it up to the experts, we’ve broken down some of the best ways to immerse yourself in the art culture of Lambeth!
Dulwich Picture Gallery is the oldest public art gallery in England, having opened its doors to the public in 1817. As you can expect, the gallery has a rich history that we were keen to dive into. From a cherished friendship to a painting famous for being stolen the most times than any other, here is our brief history of Dulwich Picture Gallery.
The start of September doesn’t have to mean the end of summer fun! Head down to Peckham Festival from the 13th to the 15th September 2019! This 100% non-profit festival is the perfect way to celebrate Peckham’s community whilst spending the weekend soaking up the last rays of summer. The festival is supported by Copeland Park & Bussey Building, Social and #PeckhamIsOpen through Southwark Council.
Ever feel like you’re stuck in the same old routine? There are dozens of ways you can shake it up in South London and expand your skill set. We’ve done all the research for you, whether you simply want to improve your cooking skills or fancy trying to learn some exciting circus tricks to impress your friends! If you’re looking for fitness-related classes here, have no fear! We believe these deserve a list of their own. So, here’s our top picks for 22 places to learn a new skill in South London!
This statue is one that marks many incredible events in history, from the Empire Windrush to what became the Bronze Woman Project. This blog will take you deeper into how this sculpture came to be and the significant history that is behind it. What you will find at the centre of it all, is one very special woman by the name of Cécile Nobrega.