Charlie Phillips,  photograph by Eddie Otchere
October 31, 2014, No comments

Charlie Phillips has been capturing black London on camera for fifty years and this month, he presents a unique collection of his work at Brixton’s Photofusion focussing on Afro Caribbean [...]

Fridge Bar will be subject to a Compulsory Purchase Order by Lambeth Council

Fridge Bar to be subject to compulsory purchase by Lambeth Council

October 30, 2014, No comments

*Update: This article originally stated that Electric Brixton could be under threat due to a Compulsory Purchase Order from Lambeth Council. Both Lamb ...

Brixton's migrant community support the campaign.

Local organisation IRMO shows how #MigrantsContribute to Brixton’s community

October 30, 2014, 2 Comments

This article is written by Anna Baum, change maker of the #MigrantsContribute campaign and IRMO trustee. Brixton’s rich history of migration, from t ...

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Two for one: Fish sauce

October 25, 2014, No comments

In the third of her series of recipes for store cupboard ‘lurkers’, Rosie Lovell experiments with fish sauce… I’m well aware that ...

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    Review: Elephant
    October 24, 2014, 1 Comment

    Friday Night in all its glory renders Brixton Village virtually unrecognisable these days. Queues run alongside daytime-only wig shops and grocery stores, music beats heavily, and giddy laughter echoes everywhere; [...]

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    The Joint Goes to Marylebone
    October 22, 2014, 2 Comments

      In the most recent instalment of our occasional series trying new branches of restaurants that started in Brixton, James Eaton samples The Joint now it’s up West too. It [...]

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    Competition: Day of the Dead @ Ritzy Cinema
    October 22, 2014, No comments

    This year’s Mexican Day of the Dead fiesta goes futuro with screenings of vintage Mexican sci-fi films across London. Bag yourself tickets for you and a friend to an atmospheric 11pm screening [...]