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The Peckham Literary Festival in Words and Pictures

Work experience? Domestic Slut in Chief Big thank you to the Community Council for funding this year! Well if you didn’t come along this year, you missed a hell of a party. And that’s just at Persepolis. Equal funs were had up the road at Review. Our Rumi evening was quite something: musicians, readers, singers…and…

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On TANGIA: Morocco’s other famous dish

Turns out there is a soukful more to Moroccan cusine that tagine… We brought these lovely new cooking pots into the shop without having the foggiest idea what to do with them. Brainwave: let’s ask the expert. The expert in this case is the lovely Paula Wolfert whose book on Moroccan cuisine has just come…

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The Peckham Literary Festival 2011

Our little festival is now in its fifth year, a fact of which we are justifiably proud. Was a time when saying Peckham and Literary in the same sentence produced sniggers. Not any more. This year we’ve got a cracking line-up, if a mixed one. We’ve detailed our own Persepolis events below, but you can…

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Are We Your Favourite Corner Shop?

If so you can vote for us. In the Telegraph small shops awards. Just click here and follow the very simple instructions. It won’t make us big-headed if we win. Promise. It will make us happy, which will make us try even harder to bring you nice things. Which in turn might make you happy.…

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