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IN BRIXTON – an exhibition of photos from times past

  Chris Steele-Perkins is a photographer who lived in Brixton for many years from the 1970s. His pictures record the life of the community from...

Art at Brixton Library – Colin Barnes

'Versace Crimewave' is new series of works by artist Colin Barnes which explore the tension between a mainstream media narrative and the current climate...

Local photographer Jim Grover marks 25 years of women priests

Jim Grover, whose photographs capture the spiritual and the secular essence of South London life, has another exhibition of his work opening soon. His Windrush:...

Last call for local artists

Local Brixton artists have just one week to submit entries to the Blog & Bugle summer art show to showcase their work. It’s easy to do....

Brixton children’s centres receiving multi-million pound upgrades

Work has started on the refurbishment of Loughborough Children’s Centre costing nearly half a million pounds. It is part of Lambeth Early Action Partnership’s...

Petition urges Brockwell Lido to lift ban on local swimming club

  Well over 1,000 people have signed an online petition calling on Fusion Lifestyle – a charity that runs Brockwell Lido – to lift its...

Council backs change of use bids for Brixton Village and Market...

Lambeth council’s planning committee last night (7 May) unanimously agreed applications for major changes in the operation of Brixton Village and Market Row. The main...

Brixton Calling: Mary Seacole, determination and compassion

Determination and compassion are threads running through the life of Trevor Sterling, a top lawyer and chair of the Mary Seacole Trust, and that of...

Brixton school bringing diversity to media and advertising

Richard Haas meets the founder of a high-achieving but free Brixton course that is beginning to change the face of the advertising industry After the...

Extinction Rebellion support rockets in Lambeth

Extinction Rebellion Lambeth report on the explosive growth of the movement locally Extinction Rebellion is gaining support at an incredible rate in Lambeth. In the wake...

Brixton film-maker needs your help

Brixton film-maker Maddie Quarm is tackling a big subject in an unexpected way – and looking for £5,500 so that she and her team...

Brixton Book Jam is back

  Brixton BookJam with be returning on Monday 6 May to the Hootananny with a smashing new line-up. The BookJam is a free quarterly literary...

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...

Plans for Brixton markets published as purchase of Sports Direct site...

Lambeth council’s planning committee will next month consider plans that could lead to significant changes in the character of Brixton Village and Market Row...

Brixton gallery extends TextaQueen exhibition

The Empire's New Clothes exhibition at 198 Contemporary Arts & Learning on Railton Road has been extended for an extra week and will now...

10,000 emergency parcels and 79 tonnes of food in a year...

The Norwood and Brixton foodbank helped local people with 9,929 emergency three-day food parcels in the 12 months to the start of April this...