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The definitive guide to East Dulwich, SE22, London (part of the South London Guide). Select a section below for further details.
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||New in East Dulwich
Potager (est. 2006)
New deli/greengrocer opposite Peckham Rye Park on Forest Hill Road. Run by the owner of Lordship Lane;s Ed Deli. Fresh coffee served.
Watson’s General Telegraph (Est. 2016)
A 20 beer tap wall, huge all-weather garden, live music from Good Evening, a vinyl only music policy and food from former Zest head chef Dan Burrell. Previosly the Rose/Forest Hill Tavern.
East Dulwich Leisure
House of Tippler Legendary Friday Nightt Live sessions
The Goose Is Out! Folk music concerts, club nights and singarounds, in Dulwich and Peckham
East Dulwich Picturehouse 3-screen theatre with indie and mainstream films, plus a stylish cafe for British fare and wine
East Dulwich Independent Shops
SE22 has a fine selection of independent shops on the following roads:
Barry Road, East Dulwich Road, Forest Hill Road, Grove Vale, Lordship Lane, Melbourne Grove, North Cross Road (plus Street Market and Upland Road
||East Dulwich Property
Use our unique guides to finding the best roads to let or buy in East Dulwich/SE22
Victorian development by EJ Bailey. Much in demand.
Lower East Dulwich
Roads between East Dulwich Road and Barry Road. Small to large Victorian houses.
Roads between Court Lane and Lordship> Fine Edwardian houses.
Upper East Dulwich
Roads between Barry Road and Wood Vale. Large Victorian plus C20 houses.
||East Dulwich History
Visit our illustrated local history timeline covering these periods:
Roman, Mediaeval. Tudor, Stuart, Georgian, Regency, Victorian, Edwardian and Modern.
Features include period maps, prints and photos plus recommended local history books.
Boris Karloff (1887-1969) actor (Frankenstein etc)
Enid Blyton (1897-1968) author (Noddy, Famous Five etc)
CS Forester (1899-1966) author (Hornblower etc)