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 ...

Tom (left) and George (right)

Brixton’s George to run marathon for cervical cancer trust

March 22, 2016, No comments

George Stephen from Brixton is running the London Marathon in support of Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust, fulfilling a 17 year-old promise to his school ...

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    Public nominate their great women of Brixton
    March 8, 2016, No comments

    By Celia Buzuk ‘Great Women of Brixton’ was launched this week to celebrate International Women’s day by Brixton live partners Photofusion and 198. The project, led by Leah Wittingham, pitched […]

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    Oscar for local hero Mark Rylance
    February 29, 2016, Comments Off on Oscar for local hero Mark Rylance

    Local hero Mark Rylance won Best Supporting Actor at this year’s Oscars for his performance in Bridge of Spies (showing at Streatham Odeon today). He plays a Soviet spy involved […]