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...

The Spots That Never Went at Photofusion

“The Spots That Never Went” by Roelof Bakker, on show at Brixton’s Photofusion gallery, is a deeply personal reflection on the devastation of the...

Breaking the Mould – new show at 198 Gallery

Breaking the Mould: new signatures from DRC is the work of 12 emerging artists from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), and marks the reopening...

City Frequency City – new paintings by Jack Blackburn

Jack Blackburn's portraits reflect many different and contrasting approaches. Cubism and comic books appear in his work ranging from the grotesque to the realistic...

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....

Radical Beauty – the new exhibition at Dulwich Picture Gallery

The first major UK exhibition of woodcuts by the leading Abstract Expressionist, Helen Frankenthaler (1928-2011) is now open in Dulwich Picture Gallery. Abstract expressionism...

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...

‘Life and its most trivial particulars’ – the new exhibition in...

It’s a little known fact about the celebrated 19th century Dutch painter, Vincent Van Gogh, that for a short while he lived in 87...

Local Heroes on show at the Tate Library Brixton

The ‘Local Heroes’ banner is the very definition of community art. Made collaboratively by members of the community, it commemorates and celebrates the life...

Bronze oaks in Dulwich Picture Gallery

‘Bronze Oak Grove’ is the new installation by artists Rob and Nick Carter in the gardens of Dulwich Picture Gallery.  It is a circle of...

Symphony Zero at San Mei Gallery

Symphony Zero at Brixton’s San Mei Gallery is a solo exhibition by Lisa Chang Lee. Lisa Chang Lee’s work reflects a profound interest in nature...

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...

Brixton House announces its inaugural Associate Artists

Brixton House (formerly known as Ovalhouse) is a modern theatre in the heart of Brixton which opens later this year. It will be a...

The Herbarium’s Shadow – a new show at the San Mei...

This exhibition by Matthew Beach, in Brixton’s San Mei Gallery, is rooted in the time he spent among the tropical plants in the Amazonian...

‘Typical’ – live streamed from Soho Theatre

Typical is about an evening that white people will never experience. It is a sharp and angry exploration of life for a black man...

Pending – the new show at the San Mei Gallery

Pending is an exhibition for our times. As much of the world is in limbo waiting for the end of the pandemic, the outcome...

MUSIC

Dynamic duo host reggae at the Ritzy

Lockdown may have seen the end of The Sisters of Reggae, but two of them – Shirley Slattery and Debbie Golt – are sticking...

CULTURE