CD Leroy in a still from the trailer
April 17, 2014, No comments

BY WILL BEDINGFIELD “If Made in Brixton ever appears on our screens, I’ll eat my hat”, so wrote our co-editor in May last year. Tim devouring his headwear (perhaps at [...]

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The Truth of Revolution, Brother: Brixton, punk and politics

April 8, 2014, No comments

A Brixton-based author is writing a groundbreaking new book on punk and DIY culture. The Truth of Revolution Brother by Charlie Waterhouse and co-auth ...

Icicles raise awareness about blood pressure

Brockwell Icicles brave the waters for blood pressure campaign

April 4, 2014, No comments

Written by Poppy Walker A Brixton swimming group jumped at the opportunity to support the Stroke Association’s Know Your Blood Pressure campaign by ...


The Faces of Cressingham – Part Four: Meet Shaun

April 1, 2014, No comments

Part four of a series in which our Features Editor, Keith Lewis, along with Photographer, Jeannine Mansell, meet some of the residents of Cressingham ...

  • Electric Brixton needs YOU!
    March 23, 2014, 4 Comments

    Ceaseless Entertainment! The words written on The Palladium Picture House cinema didn’t lie and now, 100 years after the venue opened it’s doors, the history of this iconic Brixton landmark [...]

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    The Kitchen Cabinet is open
    March 4, 2014, 1 Comment

      Don’t forget to catch up on BBC Radio 4 today at 3pm to hear food show The Kitchen Cabinet coming all the way from Brixton. Recorded last Tuesday at [...]

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    INTERVIEW: Putting the past in its place
    March 4, 2014, Comments Off

    Co Arts Editor Barney Evison sat down with local poet and community figurehead Michael Groce for a long overdue chat. They talked about demon barbers, the Cheltenham Festival and how [...]