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Brixton Revival
March 21, 2017, No comments

Tuesday 21 Effra Social If you haven’t got tickets for the sold-out Emili Sandé show at the Academy, get competitive at Tommy McArdle’s pub quiz at Effra Social. Get there on […]

Joe Harriott album cover

Black British music exhibition at Brixton’s Black Cultural Archives

March 16, 2017, 1 Comment

An exhibition opening next month at the Black Cultural archives in Brixton will celebrate pioneering Black British musicians, fans and promoters and t ...

Installation from Brixton Design Trail 2016 outside the Black Cultural Archive

Brixton Design Trail launches with free community event

March 15, 2017, No comments

Get your creative juices flowing and help shape this year’s Brixton Design Trail. The team who put Brixton on the map last year as the newest London ...

Nick Stephenson

What’s on in and around Brixton 14 – 20 March

March 14, 2017, No comments

Tuesday 14 Online You have until midnight today to get your “first day cover” David Bowie special stamps with an SW9 hand stamp. You can ...

  • A Moving Image poster
    Brixton gentrification film to open here
    March 14, 2017, No comments

    An acclaimed film about gentrification in Brixton will open here exclusively next month before playing more widely in May. Shola Amoo’s A Moving Image had great reviews at last year’s […]

  • REVIEW: The xx Night & Day Festival
    March 13, 2017, No comments

    Brixton Blog correspondent Mark Muldoon stopped by the Academy three times last week to assess the impact of the band’s mammoth eight-day Brixton festival So you’ll have perhaps noticed that […]

  • Still from Certain Women
    Film Review: CERTAIN WOMEN
    March 2, 2017, No comments

    A 2016 Sundance Festival and Toronto Film Festival selection, writer and director Kelly Reichardt’s new film CERTAIN WOMEN flounders through a slow rumination on small-town American life. CERTAIN WOMEN is […]

  • Warm body and spirit with the Baytree Family
    February 24, 2017, No comments

    The Baytree Family – a group of 20-something professionals and designers who live in a co-operative house owned by Brixton Baptist Church – is organising a “Winter Warmer” meal tomorrow […]