Micah Dolphy, aged 15 and a pupil at Ark Evelyn Grace Academy, has topped the Amazon best seller list with her first book. Poetic Surds is a collection of poems […]
Miranda Brawn, patron of Brixton’s Black Cultural Archives, has won another award for her work to improve diversity. Prime minister Theresa May gave ...
A former WBC middleweight champion paid tribute to young south Londoners celebrating their boxing success at an awards ceremony hosted by a Brixton-based boxing group. Richie Woodhall, a Commonwealth Games […]
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. […]
A memorial to Black Caribbean and African Commonwealth soldiers who fought in the first and second world wars is to be erected in Brixton next year on 22 June, Windrush […]
Brixton-based artist Jane Mackay brings pop songs to life in a riot of colour, shape and texture. Jane Mackay uses her ability, known as synesthesia, to create art. She sees […]
Co-Pop, a co-operative trade movement made up of women entrepreneurs, is celebrating a year of trading at Pop Brixton. The Co-Pop women radiate passion and enthusiasm for their business with a […]
Former Brixton resident Xavier de Sousa’s solo performance POST comes to Ovalhouse Theatre from tomorrow Wednesday (30 Nov – 3 Dec). The show focuses on what it means to be a migrant […]