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April 1, 2015, No comments

Future Brixton is offering the public the chance to meet and talk to the architects for the Somerleyton Road project.All five teams involved will be coming to No.6 Brixton at [...]

Brixton Advice Centre
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A much-loved Lambeth character who helped to found the Brixton Advice Centre has died. Terri Gibbon, an advisor at the Brixton Advice Centre for 30 years, passed away at her [...]

Alabama 3 do soundtrack for crime caper
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Co Arts Editor Barney Evison rounds up the latest music news from our corner of South London. Local band Alabama 3 – the guys behind the theme song for the Sopranos – [...]

Dan Hernandez, Effra Social Club © Gavin Freeborn
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Brixton-based Irish photographer Gavin Freeborn is opening a new exhibition at Chelsea College of Arts. From April 22 to 25 he will be hosting The Freeborn Exchange. Inspired by artists [...]

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April 1, 2015, 1 Comment

Brixton Pound has announced a new face on their notes: Sir John Major. The Brixton-born British Conservative politician, who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the [...]

Obaro Ejimiwe aka Ghostpoet
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Obaro Ejimiwe has worked as Ghostpoet since 2011 – three albums later, is he thinking of dropping the moniker? Arts Co Editor Barney Evison interviewed him shortly before the release [...]

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somerleyton road

EVENT: meet the architects designing Somerleyton Road

April 1, 2015, No comments

Future Brixton is offering the public the chance to meet and talk to the architects for the Somerleyton Road project.All five teams involved will be c ...

Brixton Advice Centre

Tributes made to advice centre stalwart Terri

April 1, 2015, No comments

A much-loved Lambeth character who helped to found the Brixton Advice Centre has died. Terri Gibbon, an advisor at the Brixton Advice Centre for 30 ye ...

Alabama 3 do soundtrack for crime caper

Brixton music news for April 2015

April 1, 2015, No comments

Co Arts Editor Barney Evison rounds up the latest music news from our corner of South London. Local band Alabama 3 – the guys behind the theme ...

Dan Hernandez, Effra Social Club © Gavin Freeborn

Brixton photographer’s unique exhibit

April 1, 2015, No comments

Brixton-based Irish photographer Gavin Freeborn is opening a new exhibition at Chelsea College of Arts. From April 22 to 25 he will be hosting The Fre ...

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Brixton Pound announces John Major as new face of B£5

April 1, 2015, 1 Comment

Brixton Pound has announced a new face on their notes: Sir John Major. The Brixton-born British Conservative politician, who served as Prime Minister ...

Obaro Ejimiwe aka Ghostpoet

Get to know Ghostpoet: interview with south London rapper

April 1, 2015, No comments

Obaro Ejimiwe has worked as Ghostpoet since 2011 – three albums later, is he thinking of dropping the moniker? Arts Co Editor Barney Evison inte ...

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Multi-arts campaign Our Brixton launches

March 31, 2015, No comments

A new multi-arts campaign to discuss and respond to the issues facing a rapidly changing Brixton launched today with words from Brixton’s star r ...

From left: Alexis Caley, James El-Sharawy as Maurice and Abigail Thaw in The Cutting of the Cloth. Credit: Philip Gammon

Review: The Cutting of the Cloth, Southwark Playhouse

March 31, 2015, No comments

The premiere of The Cutting of the Cloth by Michael Hastings has been a long time coming. The Brixton writer, who died in 2011, wrote the play 50 year ...

Friends of Minet library protest

Anger at cultural cutback

March 31, 2015, 3 Comments

Friends of Lambeth’s libraries and parks, including those in Brixton, have criticised Lambeth council for its proposals to reduce cultural services. ...