“The Dark” at the Ovalhouse

The Dark takes you on journey in Idi Amin’s Uganda as a mother and her young son escape from the horrors of their homeland...

Van Gogh bust unveiled in Brixton

Sculptor Anthony Padgett installed a bust of the great Dutch artist Vincent van Gogh in Van Gogh Walk off the Brixton Road yesterday (16...

Van Gogh sculpture for Brixton

The first public sculpture of Vincent van Gogh in Britain is to be installed in Brixton’s Van Gogh Walk later this month. The great Dutch...

Extraordinary – The Art of Violence

Leslie Manasseh visits a violent but fascinating exhibition Ribera: Art of Violence Dulwich Picture Gallery Until 27 January     Seven years in the making, this carefully curated exhibition of...

Where’s my spare face?

Spare Face, which opens on 12 October in Brixton's Block336,  is the first solo presentation of work in the UK by Tamsin Snow. The exhibition...

Brixton installation is back on the street after brush with disaster

Shaun Pulfrey, who started his company Tangle Teezer by re-mortgaging his Brixton flat 11 years ago, was on hand yesterday (20 September) to see...

New artwork at station pays homage to Brixton’s murals

Art on the Underground unveiled its latest commission at Brixton tube station today (20 September). The work Remain, Thriving  by artist Njideka Akunyili Crosby...

Brixton Design Trail: the first boat drops anchor!

Edible Bus Stop has joined forces with  Zac Monro Architects, to create Flotilla, a project that creates and uses 'paper boats' as a medium for...

Vision for Brixton: are creatives and politicians on the same page

Brixton’s creative community slugs it out with the ‘establishment’ as they pitch their vision for  Brixton against that of politicians, planners, construction and finance....

Teenagers ‘Big Up Brixton’ with a series of short films

Teenagers on a work experience project have created short films in response to this year’s Brixton Design Trail theme of “We Belong”. Organised by...

Who’s there? Art. Art who? Art with a sense of humour

  The South London Gallery’s new annexe in a Grade II listed former fire station built in Camberwell in 1867 will open on Saturday 22...

Herne Hill mural aims to break record for most contributors

Herne Hill’s long underpass between Station Square and Milkwood Road is to be transformed this month (12 September 2018).  Around 1,500 local kids from...

Brixton talent prepares to go on show

Brixton Design Trail will once again bring local people, creatives and organisations together from 15 to 23 September. The theme of this year’s trail...

BDT: Bringing the Belonging to Brixton

Brixton Design Trail (BDT) launches on 15 September as part of the London Design Festival. This year’s theme – We Belong – explores and...

Blood Wedding in South London

Frederico Garcia Lorca’s classic tragedy Blood Wedding is a towering piece of theatre. A wedding is the centre of the narrative. But, as the title...

Brixton’s Studio 73 introduces artist Reggy Liu

Brixton Village’s Studio 73 has built a reputation showcasing influential artists in the London arts scene and stocks a wide range of affordable art. 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...

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