See Neville Staple at the Prince of Wales on Friday 5
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January 31, 2016, No comments

Your handy guide to what’s happening in Brixton this week Monday 1 February: Why not start the month with a night of pop music at The Windmill? Pop Composition features short […]

The Fox Got You

What’s On in Brixton: 23 – 29 November

November 23, 2015, No comments

Monday 23 November: Looking for a home? Try the speedflatmate dating at the Grand Union on Acre Lane from 18.30 to 20.30. Tuesday 24 November: Austral ...

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 ...

Courttia Newland at the Bookjam. Photo credit: Stuart Taylor

A delightful first Brixton Bookjam of 2015

March 3, 2015, No comments

Another March, another brilliant Brixton BookJam. 12 writers read to a local crowd at the BookJam’s regular venue the Hootananny on Monday ...

  • Solsine
    INTERVIEW: Solsine, house music duo
    November 14, 2014, 1 Comment

    Solsine are an upcoming local group whose musical style ranges from garage and drum & bass to EDM and deep house. They’ve been likened to Chase & Status and their […]

  • FRIDAY FILM: The Stuart Hall Project
    Weekend ahead in Brixton: August 15-17
    August 14, 2014, No comments

    Friday August 15 Get yourselves to the Black Cultural Archives season opening at The Ritzy tonight, especially if you missed seeing ‘The Stuart Hall Project’ when it came out last year. […]

  • Hootananny
    Brixton Pub Review – Hootananny
    July 4, 2014, 1 Comment

    The Space A big, grungy space split into two rooms – one for live music and another filled with tables, chairs and pool tables. There’s a great garden out front […]

  • Japanese novelist Hideo Furukawa on stage at the Brixton BookJam © Stuart Taylor 2014
    Brixton BookJam goes international
    March 6, 2014, No comments

    Arts contributor Rachel Segal Hamilton went along the latest Brixton BookJam to watch poets and novelists from home and abroad give readings to an enraptured crowd.   Brixton’s popular literary soirée […]