Where Will We Live? is a new play showcasing the diverse stories of Brixton people reacting to council estate demolition and social changes surrounding them. The play opens at Southwark […]
OurBrixton, the multi-arts campaign that discusses and responds to Brixton’s fast-changing identity, is organising a “secret and fun” direct ...
Our top tips for what’s on in February… Mon 9 @ Upstairs at the Ritzy. Tonight the Ritzy hosts their ‘board games and beyond night’, ...
“We were here before Wahaca!” says Stuart Horwood, stalwart of Brixton market, watch-man, and CEO of the Brixton Market Traders’ F ...
Review by Anna McKie A photographer’s relationship with his or her printer might seem a straightforward one. The former snaps a scene, the other puts the end product on to […]
A group of artists have set up a fundraising project in Brixton to support the work of Freedom Charity who were asked by three women held as “slaves” for over […]
An ‘experimental’ reality show following singers, dancers and DJs based in Brixton is to come to BBC Three. The show, called South Side Story, will combine ‘structured reality’ performance with […]
By Amna Ahmed Local designers Ed Povey & Martin Ivatt are passionate about South London, particularly Brixton and its iconic buildings. They are so passionate about it that when they […]
By Lucy Binnersley Gracing the stage at Brixton’s Effra Social last week was Woody Allen’s 1975 philosophical comedy, ‘God!‘ The production ran over three evenings and showed Allen to be […]
By Ashley Clark From Johnny Depp in face paint to sieges in Norwich and lost love in Hong Kong, South London’s best cinema has it covered. The big controversy in […]