Local people, past and present, will be celebrated with a varied month-long programme of activities in and around Brixton this September, as the Lambeth Heritage Festival returns for its third [...]
Many things are synonymous with Brixton. The kaleidoscopic market, the Academy, queuing for the Tube, the street preachers and buskers, roofdogs, Fran ...
This article is written by Anna Baum, change maker of the #MigrantsContribute campaign and IRMO trustee. Brixton’s rich history of migration, from the Windrush generation in the late 1940s to [...]
A magnet for alternative culture and self-expression over the years, Brixton is a natural home for street art. These last few years in particular have seen an explosion of weird [...]
This week a new book on our borough’s architecture launches, Lambeth Architecture: A Brave New World 1945-65. If this weekend’s Open House London has peaked your interested in the local [...]
I’ve lived a stone’s throw from Brixton Prison for much of my life and yet it has remained a curiosity – out of sight and mind. So I jumped at [...]
Open House London is taking place later this month on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st September and boasts eight properties in Brixton, with many more in Lambeth and over 850 spread [...]