Social media and technology can be a force for good in young people's lives, but it has the potential to be damaging. Bell House and Connections in Mind Foundation explore How adults can engage with teens' online lives in order to support their mental health. Book here.
Using clay from beneath Bell House itself and other local clays, work with our artists to create a piece of art inspired by the house and the music heard on the day. Brought to you with the Dulwich Music Festival. Register here.
Hosted by the Muslin Trust, you are invited to view a collection of hand sewn gowns recreating the fashions worn by British women from the 17th to 19th centuries.
Join exciting new baroque partnership 82 Degrees as they explore the expressive limits of the violin and cello at Bell House. Discover the music of Hoffman, Haydn, Biber and Paganini. Book tickets online.
Do you have a fear of public speaking? In this workshop, led by Trevor Henderson from Presenting with Dyslexia, you will discover simple, proven visual systems to creating, rehearsing and delivering a speech while overcoming your fears. Book here.
How can you support your baby's development through communication and play? Jennifer Warwick, a Speech and Language Therapist, will lead this workshop on language development in babies under 1 year old. Book tickets on Eventbrite.
Discover Spain’s master impressionist Sorolla through Alan Read’s talk about the National Gallery exhibition. Book tickets online.
Village Books are back at Bell House with Recipes for Decorating with Joe Studholme. Book tickets here.
Was John Ruskin merely the first in a long line of NIMBYs, or do his critiques of industrialisation and uncontrolled growth still have meaning today? Book tickets here.
Would you know what to do if a baby or child stopped breathing? If not, then emergency first aid training should be on your list of essential skills to learn. Book tickets here.
Join PositivePause at Bell House for another fantastic line-up of speakers on nutrition and exercise to be your best self during menopause. Book tickets here.
Using great posters of the past, from the first poster in 1880 to the current day, this talk will teach you the history, art and process of effective design, to enhance your own designs. Book tickets.
Interested in the arts and mental health? Dave Neita will share his observations on a range of artworks dealing with issues surrounding mental health, and facilitate a session where participants will be invited to create their own poetry, prose, or drawings. Book free ticket here.
Hot Flush are shaking up awareness of menopause. Join them as they delve into how to manage personal relationships, experiences at work, mental resilience and mindfulness. Book tickets here.
Join us as Desmond Shawe-Taylor returns to Dulwich to talk about Surveys the Queen’s Pictures. Book tickets.