Brixton Urban Art is back for its 18th year

Shanae Coleman previews this year's Brixton Urban Art fair Brixton's Urban Art fair – a place for many artists to showcase their works – is...

Brixton marks Windrush Day with sadness and happiness

Brixton celebrated Windrush Day yesterday (22 June) with fun but also by remembering the past and present problems facing the Windrush Generation and its...

Inside Out fest to challenge portrayal of youth violence in Brixton

Livity, the youth-led creative network based in Brixton will run the “Inside Out” festival in partnership with Lambeth council at the Lambeth Country Show...

ERIC festival at Pop Brixton

A careers fair, designed by young people, for young people comes to POP Brixton on Saturday 6 July. Beginning at 11am and running to midnight,...

Creating carnival with a conscience

As Carnival approaches, Steve Powdrill meets a man with a mission to make it sustainable as well as stunning Fun, frivolity, bright colours and excess...

New comedy festival comes to South London

Theatre Deli in Camberwell has announced a new comedy festival which will take place at The Old Library in Burgess Park and Theatre Deli...

Brixton Boundaries exhibition continues to evolve

Visit Downstairs at the Department Store to see The Brixton Boundaries installation for London Festival of Architecture.  Open 10am to 5pm daily until Sunday 16...

Celebration of Windrush generation

Windrush Day, 22 June, marks the arrival of the Empire Windrush at Tilbury Docks on the Thames estuary, bringing workers from the Caribbean islands...

New Exhibition: Identity! A Poly Styrene Retrospective

There is a new exhibition launching later this month at the 198 Contemporary Arts & and Leaning in Herne Hill from 17 May -...

Readers and Writers Festival 2019

Lambeth Libraries Readers and Writers Festival, now well under way, is celebrating 15 years with a great mix of events, talks and readings. This year’s...

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...

Two Pegasus Opera events for Black History Month

Brixton’s Pegasus Opera Company is staging two performances for Black History Month. On Saturday 13 October the Streatham Space Project on Sternhold Avenue, SW2 4PA, will...

Brixton Flavours Food Festival Comes to Town

It quite often feels like Brixton has everything you could possibly need without ever having to leave to go anywhere else, especially now we...

Ovalhouse Theatre kicks off ‘I am Your Neighbour’ Festival this July

Ovalhouse Theatre have been conjuring up talent for a while now. Their most recent alumni include Shavani Seth (Youngers), Ria Zmitrowicz (The Midnight Beast,...

Carnival! Sunshine Arts puts out a call for volunteers

  Sunshine International Arts Cafe has put out a call for volunteers to get involved in their efforts for the Notting Hill Carnival this year....

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