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17 October, 2018, No comments

Treasures from the National Art Collection of Jamaica To celebrate Black History Month in the United Kingdom and Heritage Month in Jamaica, the Jamaican High Commission is, for the first […]

Pegasus Opera performer

Two Pegasus Opera events for Black History Month

9 October, 2018, No comments

Brixton’s Pegasus Opera Company is staging two performances for Black History Month. On Saturday 13 October the Streatham Space Project on Sternhol ...

Photo of a Windrush Generation couple dancing

“Windrush : Portrait of a Generation” comes home to Brixton and Clapham

8 October, 2018, No comments

Leading church figures in South London have joined forces to bring Windrush: Portrait of a Generation – which received widespread acclaim earlier th ...

Myatt's Field Sunday Market. Picture of vegetable stall

Myatt’s Field celebrates harvest and a return of the Sunday market

25 September, 2018, No comments

  Myatt’s Fields Sunday Market returns with longer opening hours and lots of locally grown produce during the Harvest Festival this Sunday (30 ...

  • Syrian-French artist, Fares Cachoux, captures the plight of the Syrian people
    From Nope To Hope
    17 September, 2018, No comments

    Forty artists who withdrew their work from the Design Museum are putting on their own exhibition in the Brixton Rec as part of the Brixton Design Trail. The exhibits were dramatically […]

  • part of the tetraptych "Cruising" by Abe Odedina
    A treat in store
    15 September, 2018, No comments

      “True Love” is an exhibition of paintings by Abe Odedina downstairs at the Department Store and is part of the Brixton Design Trail. “True Love” visualises monologues written by […]

  • Get up Brixton and SING!
    13 September, 2018, No comments

    The days are getting shorter, and winter gloom is just around the corner. But you can ward of the blues by getting into some joyful big choir singing. The stress […]

  • Folk band Iduamea
    Two autumn gigs not to be missed
    6 September, 2018, No comments

    Brockwell Community Greenhouses will host traditional music from the Balkans and chamber music based on Appalachian folk this autumn. On Sunday 16 September, Raka, whose name comes from a traditional […]