New Season at Theatre Peckham

   Theatre Peckham’s reopening season showcases the voices and work of young Black artists in London Following six months of closure, Theatre Peckham, celebrates its reopening with...

Covid Tales From Tom’s Bench

A photography exhibition by Jim Grover30 September – 31 December, 2020 SATURDAY 1 AUGUSTTimothy first came to Honest Tom’s in May, when he started working...

“Sleepers” and ‘The Structure of Feeling” – new shows at Block336

The Structure of Feeling (A Ghost Train Ride) Andy Holden Described as a “A socially distanced journey through a desolate post-cartoon landscape”, the new solo exhibition...

Free courses in photography, graphic design and film

The Factory Production House "Step Up" is a new free online project for anyone 19+ living in Lambeth. Photofusion and 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning will...

Farewell shows as Brixton Village’s Studio 73 says goodbye

Martin Grover and some of his brilliant paintings of Brixton are in real-life residency at Studio 73 in Brixton Village all this week as...

Have a drink with the Characters of Coldharbour Lane

A Characters of Coldharbour Lane photography exhibition launches today on social media and later this month at Brixton Brewery’s taproom on Brixton Station Road. It...

Toad Life in Ruskin Park

The celebrated street artist, known as ATM, has created a new artwork in Ruskin Park for the charity Froglife. Known for his large-scale depictions...

Boseman mural on Pope’s Road

A colourful tribute to American actor Chadwick Boseman appeared in Pope’s Road over the weekend. The Black Panther star died at home on 28 August following...

New look for O2 Academy Brixton

Brixton’s O2 Academy today (26 August) revealed a brand new look, with artwork by local talent Reves One reminding passers-by of good times they...

Carnival spirit will be strong – and online

They say that every Notting Hill Carnival is unique and this year will be no exception … Steve Powdrill explains For the first time in...

futur NOIR

futur NOIR is a visual exploration of Hip Hop which brings  together the work of photographers Eddie Otchere and Remy Bourdeau. In doing so,...

“Interiors” – a new show by Karen Smith

If you have some spare time and are within reach of the Streatham/Tooting border, go along to to the Sproutarts gallery to see Karen...

Inedible Harvest at the San Mei Gallery

Inedible Harvest by Natural Selection is an exhibition at the San Mei gallery where the process of creating the work is as interesting as...

Brixton station statues to undergo checks and repairs

Some of Brixton’s truly iconic artworks – the statues on the platforms of the overground station – are to be checked over after waiting...

Dulwich Picture Gallery opens garden, cafe and shop

Dulwich Picture Gallery - one of the finest art and culture venues in South London - is beginning to open its doors. The gardens,...

Brixton artist Hew Locke discusses how to change our public spaces

Brixton resident Hew Locke, an acclaimed international artist, some of whose works feature controversial statues, can be heard discussing how our public spaces should...

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Brixton’s Black ballet dancer is back

Shevelle Dynott was nine when a ballet outreach programme visited St John’s primary in Angell Town. Now 30 and after a ballet career at...

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