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Photograph of Maggie Aoussou, Parliamentary Digital Services. Part of working mothers exhibition by Fiona Freund
March 6, 2018, No comments

An exhibition by photographer Fiona Freund will put Brixton’s working mothers on the map as part of this year’s International Women’s Day celebrations. MotherWorks is the vision of local creative […]

Refugees welcomed into local's home

Local people offer rooms for refugees

February 23, 2018, No comments

More than 85 refugees and asylum seekers have been welcomed into the homes of Lambeth people by an organisation that a Brixton resident helps to run. ...

Drawing of the set of the play Tumulus

Brixton designer creates set for gay crime drama

January 31, 2018, No comments

  Brixton resident Alison Neighbour designs sets for a living. A graduate of the Royal College of Dramatic Art, her latest creative venture is th ...

Musicians Romans-Hopcraft family

Brixton family gets together to visit the Jazz Café

January 30, 2018, No comments

It’s not often that you’ll find us recommending venturing outside of our beautiful borough, but the Romans-Hopcraft family takeover of Camden’s ...

  • Filmmaker Shane Duncan
    This is Brixton: A changing place called home
    January 30, 2018, 5 Comments

      Brixton filmmaker Shane Duncan (right) explores gentrification in his short documentary This is Brixton. It takes the form of interviews in and around Brixton with people giving their take on […]

  • WW1 West Indian soldiers in Seaford
    Brixton Calling: Remembered – after 100 years
    January 15, 2018, Comments Off on Brixton Calling: Remembered – after 100 years

    The Foresters of Trinidad meet the Foresters of Seaford Brixton’s African Caribbean war memorial in Windrush Square gives long overdue recognition to servicemen and women who fought for Britain. But, […]