Unmissable dance in Brixton House

Bobby Sands was twenty seven years old when he died on the sixty sixth day of his hunger-strike in the H-Block prison hospital,...

SAD – the new play at Clapham Omnibus

SAD, written by Victoria Willing and directed by Marie McCarthy, is now playing at Clapham’s Omnibus Theatre. Referring to Seasonal Affective Disorder, it’s also a...

mugabe, my dad & me – opening play at Brixton House

  Tonderai Munyevu’s “mugabe, my dad & me” shines a light on the history of Zimbabwe and its most famous leader, Robert Mugabe, through the...

New Brixton House ‘cannot overlook needs of community’

The new Brixton House theatre opened on 24 February with two international shows and a taster programme of activities until 5 March when the...

Brixton House theatre announces opening programme and new mural

Brixton’s new theatre will open its doors to the public on Thursday 24 February. It plans to become a “vital cultural beacon”. Brixton House on Coldharbour...

Brixton community leader nominated for Visionary Award

                  Brixton born Ryan J. Matthews-Robinson, also known by his stage name Ragz-CV, has been nominated for the community person of the year award at...

Romeo and Juliet at Southwark Playhouse

Southwark Playhouse’s Brixton-based Romeo and Juliet is part of their Shakespeare for Schools project. This famous Shakespearian tragedy of star-crossed lovers, plays out, not...

How To Save The Planet….new play by Boundless Theatre

Can you be poor and working class but still save the planet?  Boundless Theatre’s How To Save The Planet When You’re A Young Carer And...

Brixton’s new theatre announces plans to recruit local people

Brixton House, the major new theatre at the junction of Somerleyton Road and Coldharbour Lane, is seeking to recruit local people as it gets...

Foxes – now at Theatre503

Shortlisted for the Alfred Fagon Award, Dexter Flander’s bold debut play, directed by James Hillier, shines a light on queerness within London’s Caribbean Community....

‘Curious’ the new play at the Soho Theatre

Jasmine Lee-Jones was the winner of  Evening Standard Award 2019 and Critics’ Circle Theatre Award for Most Promising Playwright for her play 'seven methods...

‘Small Change’ at the Clapham Omnibus Theatre

Peter Gill’s ‘Small Change’, now showing at Clapham’s Omnibus Theatre, is an untidy, occasionally confusing, but compelling piece of work. And Both Barrels Theatre...

Young, Gifted & Black 2021 at Theatre Peckham

From 30 September to 6 November, Theatre Peckham presents its third season celebrating the voices and work of young Black artists in London.   The line-up...

Art at Brixton Tube marks 2011 riot

Brixton Tube station was the setting for an art event inspired by and to mark the spontaneous uprisings in London ten years ago after...

Black Love by Chinonyerem Odimba

‘Black Love’ is part of the acclaimed Paines Plough theatre company’s Roundabout programme of world class theatre and performance which is taking place in...

Juliet and Romeo in Streatham

On 13 August a Streatham Hill church will host to a ‘A rose by another name: Juliet and Romeo’ which fuses extracts from Italian...

MUSIC

New Soothsayers single out Friday

Brixton music collective Soothsayers have teamed up for an exciting project with New York-born, São Paulo-based producer-engineer-bassist, Victor Rice, and some of Brazil’s top...

CULTURE