Commuters along one of South London’s busiest rail links have a new piece of public art to contemplate thanks to children from Christ Church Primary School SW9, who are drawing […]
By Nikki Griffiths Themes are like Marmite – usually you love or you hate them. But I fail to see how anyone could not love the medicinal-themin ...
2015’s Herne Hill Free Film Festival showcased more than 50 films over May to over 3,000 attendees, and is set to return on the 29th April for a mon ...
A pop-up music festival in support of the Half Moon Pub saw local musicians take to the streets of Herne Hill. Campaigner Peter Blair reports on how it went. On a cold […]
This Saturday (5th March) local residents and live music fans will protest the closure of The Half Moon pub in Herne Hill as a music venue with a pop-up festival. DJ […]
Mamusu Kallon and photographer Sebastian Morrison record the latest local protest against huge rent rises that are driving out independent enterprises More than 300 children, parents, traders and cuddly toys […]
Peter Blair reviews Lost Film Foundation and the Flowing at Off The Cuff Bar, Herne Hill. Movies backdrops are back! The increasingly bearded and achingly cool crowd at the Herne […]