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Artist Nick Seymour at Brockwell Blend Brixton
March 15, 2018, No comments

Brixton is the secret source of much inspiration for the English teacher and artist Nick Seymour who recently launched his most ambitious collection of works to date ‘New Town Utopia’ on the […]

Blacker Dread

Brixton Calling: Talking with Blacker Dread

March 11, 2018, No comments

Monday night (12 March) sees the first television showing of a new documentary by BAFTA award-winning director Molly Dineen about legendary Brixton fi ...

Old photograph

Everyday life of 20th century West Africa comes to Brixton

March 7, 2018, No comments

Visitors to Brixton will, from today (7 March), be able to experience the everyday life of West Africa in the first half of the last century. The Blac ...

Caroline Harper and Martin Glover

Cool landscapes, intriguing maps and trompe l’oeil

March 6, 2018, No comments

  If you have some time pop into Studio 73 in Brixton Village, for a visual treat. On show is the work of Martin Grover and Caroline Harper. Mart ...

  • Photograph of Maggie Aoussou, Parliamentary Digital Services. Part of working mothers exhibition by Fiona Freund
    Brixton’s working mothers on the map
    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 […]

  • Marcella scene
    Brixton features in TV crime series
    March 5, 2018, No comments

    Tonight’s (5 March) episode of Marcella, the British TV crime series created by Hans Rosenfeldt of The Bridge fame, will have scenes familiar to South Londoners and Brixton people in […]

  • Brockwell Lido free for all
    March 1, 2018, 1 Comment

    (sponsored Blogpost) For those who only know the Brockwell Lido as a place for a summer dip, you are invited to get to know it indoors as well as out. […]