DulwichLitFest 


Dulwich Literary Festival

6th - 13th November 2019
Dulwich College

Welcome to this year’s Dulwich Literary Festival. There is a truly wonderful line-up of speakers – whether it’s Natalie Haynes’s feminist retelling of the story of Troy, Emma Smith’s insightful & innovative take on Shakespeare, or Lara Maiklem’s tales of ‘mudlarking’ in the Thames. Come along to listen to the brilliant novelists Louise Doughty & Howard Jacobson talk about their work. For kids, there is a fun-filled event with the fabulous Konnie Huq. Finally, to close the Festival, Dulwich Literary Festival are honoured to have Jung Chang with us, speaking about the Soong sisters, three extraordinary women who helped shape twentieth-century China.

@Dulwichlitfest
dulwichliteraryfestival.co.uk

 

FireworksBromley


Bromley Highschool Fireworks

9th November
Bromley High School

A popular annual fireworks celebration hosted by the Bromley High School. Doors open at 5.45pm to 9pm

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bromleyhigh.gdst.net

 

WinterFestival 

 

Southbank Centre Winter Festival

8th November 2019 - 5th January 2020
Southbank

The Southbank Centre Winter Festival is back for 2019 with another sparkling programme of festive shows and performances, family fun and music. The riverside venue will celebrate the coldest season with a fistful of fun pop-ups and activities. The annual Winter Market will be back with mulled wine and seasonal treats galor.

@southbankcentre
southbankcentre.co.uk

 

TED 


TEDxPeckham 2019

10th November
Theatre Peckham

TEDxPeckham aims to connect people who have innovative approaches to life and to create a platform to embrace and acknowledge the ever-changing people of Peckham. Home doesn’t mean the same thing to everyone. For some, it’s a sense of belonging in your own body and for others, it’s a far away country that you no longer live in. People find homes in different ways and in different places. Home is always changing. This year, TEDxPeckham discuss the ideas of home, what it means to you, where do you find it and how do you find your way back again.

@tedtalks
ted.com