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Dulwich Festival ends after two weeks of culture and fun

THE DULWICH Festival drew to a close on May 15 after two weeks of arts, culture and time-travel treasure hunts, writes Alex Yeates…

Dancing, drinking and eating were commonplace over the course of the festival which coincided with spells of sunny weather.

Festival-goers were treated to a mural by artist Louis Masai and music by Nou Enle among others.

Credit - Alexandra Coyle
Credit – Alexandra Coyle

As the event came to its conclusion on Sunday, Dulwich Festival published a note of thanks on their Facebook page.

It said: “As the Festival bows out for another year we send a huge thank you to all involved; artists, musicians, organisers, stall-holders, speakers, performers, venues and a huge array of wildlife. See you next year!”

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