Local author, Sarah Mussi
April 24, 2016, No comments

Multi award-winning author Sarah Mussi has been releasing tantalising tales for teen and young adult readers since the mid-noughties. Arts writer Nadine White found out more about the author and her latest book, Here […]


TV company seeks family to travel through time

April 22, 2016, No comments

Wall to Wall Media, the maker of Who Do You Think You Are? and Long Lost Family, is looking for a Caribbean family to explore Black British history an ...

Ringing launch

Somerleyton makes its own film

April 18, 2016, No comments

Ringing is a 20-minute film set in Brixton’s Somerleyton estate, written, filmed, acted and with an original soundtrack by young people who live the ...


Brixton bomb remembered

April 18, 2016, No comments

Members of the 17-24-30 No To Hate Crime Campaign took part yesterday (17 April) in their annual commemoration of the 1999 Brixton nail bomb attack. I ...

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    Remembering the Brixton 1981 Uprisings
    April 15, 2016, No comments

    Locals came together to mark the 35th anniversary of the 1981 Brixton Uprising at the Black Cultural Archives (BCA) this week. Arts co editor Barney Evison went along to experience poetry, […]

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    Your chance to speak up for Brixton
    April 1, 2016, No comments

    The next round of conversations between Brixton residents about its past and present will take place on 23 April. Anchor & Magnet, the company behind the film Brixton Conversations, is […]