BY Sophie Bush Wristbands costig only £8 got gig-goers into Kaff Bar, the Market House, POW, the Ritzy Upstairs and The Windmill for Brixton’ ...
It was only a matter of time before the Brixton area got its smattering of boutique hotels and, indeed, one is about to open just up the road in Tulse Hill. [...]
Arts co editor, Ruth Waters, caught up with local director, James Ivens, ahead of the opening night of his latest piece, Lone Rangers, at the Blue Elephant Theatre in Camberwell [...]
Brixton film Honeytrap had its first public screening ever at the Ritzy last night, as one of the films selected for the London Film Festival. Co arts editor Barney Evison [...]
“I found writing it very therapeutic, and it made me realise that I was a little devil back then”, says ex-gang member Tracey Miller about her gritty, no-holds-barred book ‘Sour’ [...]
A documentary highlighting the story of whistle blower and computer expert Edward Snowden is set to have its London premiere tomorrow night, including a screening at the Ritzy, Brixton. CITIZENFOUR [...]
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 [...]