Our writer Richard Pearmain reviews last night’s Fall gig at Electric Brixton and finds Mark E Smith behaving himself. One thing you can always count on with Fall gigs is that [...]
Lambeth’s Culture 2020 proposals see a diminishing pot of money funding a diminishing collection of public cultural resources. If fulfilled the ...
We spoke to Alex Lester, painter and writer, whose Bush War novel When All the Men Are Wounded won the Pageturner Prize 2015, an annual novel competition held by Brixton literary agency [...]
Users, supporters and friends of Brixton’s Minet Library on Knatchbull Road gathered last night to oppose Lambeth Council’s proposal to close the library and sell off the land. The closure [...]
Brixton resident, writer, director and founder of the Blue Elepahnt Theatre in Camberwell, Antonio Ribeiro, is starting work on a new film tackling the uncomfortable issues of housing, immigration and [...]
The Brixton Blog arts team met PINS, the South London-based artist organising the artwork going up on the shutters of Brixton businesses to protest Network Rail’s plans to evict them, as well [...]
Heartthrob. Movie star. And now film director – the multi-talented and much loved Ryan Gosling paid a surprise(ish) visit to Brixton last week to promote his directorial debut Lost River. [...]