Welcome to our culture section

We go beyond the Academy to seek out the secret gigs at the smaller venues. 

Of course it’s not just music, we cover the full range of Brixton’s cultural sector, highlighting the work of local artists and theatre companies as well as letting you know whats on at our local cinemas.

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Meeting the founders of Film and Chill

What was a dark screening room filled with reclining deck chairs and twenty guests awaiting the December launch of Film and Chill at Renaissance,...

Herne Hill launches first literary festival to celebrate World Book Week

  Herne Hill celebrates World Book Week with its first ever Literature Festival. The newly-launched Station Hall above the railway station will host a packed programme...

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Shakespeare – for the many not the few

Leslie Manasseh meets two Brixton-based women behind a remarkable new theatre production   Adjoa Andoh and Dona Croll are two extraordinary Brixton-based women who are bringing...

Omnibus Theatre’s “Hearing Things”

“Hearing things” written by Philip Osment and presented by "Playing On", is the result of five years of work with psychiatrists, mental...

Santa talks to Brixton podcaster

Brixton resident James Barr and Dan Hudson, his partner in the award-winning podcast A Gay & a NonGay, have released an exclusive interview with...

Attlee, a modest little man, will give you something to smile...

As politicians strut, squirm and suffer, it is surely time for some light relief. South Londoners can get just that with A Modest Little Man,...

Christmas comes to Brixton

“Look after your neighbours,” was the Christmas message from Lambeth mayor Christopher Wellbelove. He joined speakers from Brixton’s Mosaic centre – his chosen charity for...