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Venue 28, 28 Beckenham Road, Beckenham BR3 4LS (next to the Spa)

On Sunday 26 June the streets of SE20 will be lined with treasure for the second annual Penge and Anerley Jumble Trail, part of this year’s Penge Festival. Last year was a huge success, with over 140 stalls signing up, and this year looks set to be even bigger as entrepreneurial local residents sell all manner of things from their front gardens. Nearly new children’s clothes, toys, upcycled furniture, vintage clothing, jerk chicken – you name it, they’ve got it! There’ll also be a mini craft fair at the ever popular Goldsmiths Arms, a walking Street Art exhibition and a Battersea ‘ambassadog’ to meet. The Jumble Trail starts at 10am and finishes at 4pm, so why not make a day of it, and grab a pub lunch midway or tea and cake from someone’s stall? Treasure hunters from all over are very welcome. Maps are available online and at several pick up points along the way.

Sunday 26 June 11am-5pm Over 40 stalls on two floors and outside selling retro treasures from the 30s to the 70s. Tea & cake stall upstairs, plus hot street food outside £2 entry (£1 with a flyer or if you like/follow us on Facebook or Twitter), children under 16 free @solastc solastc


EXHIBITIONS Winifred Knights (1899 – 1947) Until 18 September

FILM Victim (1961) Cert 18/90 mins

Monday 11 July Bar 7pm, screening 7.30pm (Linbury Room) Melville Farr (Dirk Bogarde), respected barrister about to become a QC, has a homosexual past. Guilt-ridden over the suicide of a former lover, jailed for stealing, Farr decides to investigate. He uncovers numerous homosexual victims also being blackmailed, but agrees to represent them at the expense of his very promising career. Also starring Sylvia Syms, Dennis Price and Peter McEnery. Directed by Basil Dearden. Tickets £9 (£7 Friends of DPG)

The Dulwich Players

The Merry Wives of Windsor by William Shakespeare Saturday 9 July Dulwich Picture Gallery Gardens 12 noon and 3pm Tickets £12 (chair provided) or £8 (on the grass/bring your own chair) Saturday 16 July and Sunday 17 July American Gardens, Dulwich Park 2pm and 5pm Tickets £8 (on the grass/bring your own chair)


Antenna Studios Gallery Saturday 16 July 7.30pm Broken Biscuits returns for another evening of spoken word, music and comedy. Featuring Joe Duggan, Idle Eye, Franck Alba and a mystery comedian! Maybe even some short animations by Dan Laidler if we can find a projector. Whatever happens, expect the unexpected. Since its hugely successful Crystal Palace debut in April, BB is now booked for Hastings, Brighton, Sheffield and Exeter, with more in the pipeline.


The British Home, SW16 3JB Friday 8 July 7pm Starring acclaimed Flamenco dancers LA MORENITA plus the legendary Dancehall singer of hit song ‘Walk And Skank’ JAH SCREECHY, we've also got exuberant Polish traditional dance with ORLETA plus You Tube sensation and Radio 3 star Sam Robson aka The One Man Choir! Plus hosts CEILIDH TREE + caller will be providing 3 sets of raucous folk dance merriment, and there'll be support from Australian singer DUNCAN WOODS plus trad from folk troupe THE GREEN RAVENS. There'll be hot food by Beamish & McGlue, fully licensed bar with wines, local ale and scrumpy. @ceilidhtree


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The Transmitter Issue 40  

A South London Magazine

The Transmitter Issue 40  

A South London Magazine