All posts in Brixton Stories

January 9, 2017, 1 Comment

Brixton’s 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning is starting a new project Voices From the Front Line, for 13–25-year-olds. It will explore Brixton’s heritage and, in particular, the political and social history […]

Teri Bullen hanging her historic patchwork of revolutionary women – Change the World! At the Brixton Calling! Exhibition in the 198 Gallery in 2011. Picture: Stefan Szczelkun/Flickr/Creative Commoms

Who is your Brixton local hero?

December 30, 2016, 2 Comments

Do you have a special Brixton person who should be remembered as a local hero in the Brixton Tate library? Friends of Tate Library Brixton and Friends ...

Olympians’ surprise for young boxers in Brixton

December 30, 2016, No comments

Olympic boxer Josh Buatsi teamed up with fellow Team GB pugilist Joe Joyce to support dozens of youngsters attending a boxing awards ceremony in Brixt ...

Richie Woodall with Dwaynamics boxing coaches

Former middleweight champ presents awards at Brixton boxing project

December 22, 2016, No comments

A former WBC middleweight champion paid tribute to young south Londoners celebrating their boxing success at an awards ceremony hosted by a Brixton-ba ...

  • Tarriq Roache with head fencing coach Kamil Golisz
    Brixton teen’s Olympic fencing dream
    December 22, 2016, No comments

    A Brixton teenager has been hailed as a fencing prodigy by coaches at a local fencing club established by a Polish Olympian and backed by Satay Bar founder Patrick Foster. […]

  • Dance group with Enterprise Bus
    New scheme to support local women’s businesses
    December 15, 2016, No comments

    South London “business incubator” Hatch Enterprise is working with the J.P. Morgan Chase Foundation to help 60 women grow businesses. Hatch’s Dirk Bischof said women entrepreneurs faced extra barriers when […]