Welcome to our culture section

We go beyond the Academy to seek out the secret gigs at the smaller venues. 

Of course it’s not just music, we cover the full range of Brixton’s cultural sector, highlighting the work of local artists and theatre companies as well as letting you know whats on at our local cinemas.

Brixton film-maker needs your help

Brixton film-maker Maddie Quarm is tackling a big subject in an unexpected way – and looking for £5,500 so that she and her team...

Brixton local wins Wellcome Book Prize 2019

Will Eaves, who has lived in Brixton for 30 years, just won the Wellcome Book Prize 2019 for his latest book Murmur, inspired by the...
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Twelfth Night Or What You Will

Shakespeare is often bawdy and funny. Ovo Theatre Company’s Twelfth night, directed by Adam Nichols, is the funniest and bawdiest Shakespeare I...

Tony’s Last Tape

Omnibus Theatre Based on the diaries of Tony Benn “There is no final victory, there is...

Shakespeare – for the many not the few

Leslie Manasseh meets two Brixton-based women behind a remarkable new theatre production   Adjoa Andoh and Dona Croll are two extraordinary Brixton-based women who are bringing...

Omnibus Theatre’s “Hearing Things”

“Hearing things” written by Philip Osment and presented by "Playing On", is the result of five years of work with psychiatrists, mental...

Christmas comes to Brixton

“Look after your neighbours,” was the Christmas message from Lambeth mayor Christopher Wellbelove. He joined speakers from Brixton’s Mosaic centre – his chosen charity for...