Sad-Vents at the White Bear Theatre

Written and performed by Eleanor Hill and billed as an ‘interactive, digital, semi-autobiographical, one-woman, tragicomedy’, Sad-Vents is a show about mental health, heartbreak and...

London’s largest open-air gallery returns to Brixton

After a two year Covid break, London’s largest open-air contemporary arts fair returns to the railings of Josephine Avenue over the weekend of 16th...

New Show in Block336

We reported in the last Bugle, that Spekyng Rybawdy, Melanie Jackson’s new exhibition in Block 336, brings to life in a series of large...

Ambient Anxiety in Curious Kudu

Art uses a universal language to enable and encourage people to share experiences and feelings. So say Elina Yumasheva and Djuro Selec whose joint...

Peripheral Visions, Marginal Figures at Brixton Library

Peripheral Visions, Marginal Figures is Martin Grover’s new show in the Brixton Library, Windrush Square, from 10 to 28 May. Martin is an endlessly inventive...

Ten Seconds – the new show at Photofusion

This month Photofusion presents Ten Seconds, a solo exhibition by British photographer Sian Bonnell.  Rather than search for or set up scenes and images to...

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,...

Brixton-based artist on show in Soho

‘Good Company’ is a solo show of works at Soho Revue by Brixton-based artist, Layla Andrews who is best known for her large scale,...

Housemates – the new festival in Brixton House

From 21 April to 6 May, Brixton House, the newly-opened state of the art cultural centre in the heart of Brixton, will become home...

Behind the shop facade: the life of Maurice Dorfman

The fruits of photographer Jim Grover’s obsessive (his word) quest to research, curate and celebrate the life and times of Maurice Dorfman are now...

Ballad to reading – new show at Brixton’s Tate Library

  ‘Ballad to reading’, the new exhibition at the Library, is a group show of the work of 24 artists, curated by Celia Martin-Perez and...

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...

Our Collective Voice – a new exhibition at Brixton Library

As part of LGBTQ+ history month, Brixton’s Tate Library is hosting “Our Collective Voice”, an exhibition of photographs representing the lock-down experiences of Black,...

New Show at Gasworks Gallery

The new solo exhibition at Gasworks by Los Angeles-based artist Gala Porras-Kim explores the nature, status and treatment of artefacts removed from their original...

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...

Altitude – the new show at 198 

Altitude exhibits the work of the finalists of the Womxn of Colour Art Award - a bi-annual award offered by 198 Contemporary Arts and...

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