Brixton tube escalator with new mural above
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20 September, 2018, 1 Comment

Art on the Underground unveiled its latest commission at Brixton tube station today (20 September). The work Remain, Thriving  by artist Njideka Akunyili Crosby is part of a new programme […]

Flotilla - a paper boat that tells the story of the Windrush Generation using QR codes
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19 September, 2018, No comments

Edible Bus Stop has joined forces with  Zac Monro Architects, to create Flotilla, a project that creates and uses ‘paper boats’ as a medium for story telling The first boat has […]

Photo of Syrian food
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19 September, 2018, No comments

Enjoy a delicious dinner, live music, and support a good cause at the same time.  The next Syrian Supper Club takes place in Brixton on 6 October when the club […]

Steadman with his mother
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18 September, 2018, No comments

Steadman Scott, founder of Brixton’s renowned Afewee Academy, will feature on prime-time TV this Saturday (22 September) when he is honoured by the National Lottery. He will be seen being […]

Brixton domino club
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17 September, 2018, No comments

Brixton Immortals’ victory over Cosmo in the Anglo Caribbean Domino League (ACDL) has kept them at the top of the table on 21 points. But now the club based at […]

Actor Mark Rylance with school children attempting to beat world record for painting by numbers
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17 September, 2018, No comments

Herne Hill residents and primary school children have set a new world record for the most contributions to a colour by numbers painting. The finished mural will brighten up the […]

  • Brixton tube escalator with new mural above
  • Flotilla - a paper boat that tells the story of the Windrush Generation using QR codes
  • Photo of Syrian food
  • Steadman with his mother
  • Brixton domino club
  • Actor Mark Rylance with school children attempting to beat world record for painting by numbers

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