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Brixton film to premiere at top international festival

A Brixton Tale, a feature film shot around Southwyck House – the Barrier Block – and the Moorlands Estate, will premiere at this year’s Slamdance...

Live and local – it’s the lockdown Brixton Book Jam

The next Brixton Bookjam may be virtual, but it’s also local, with novelist Stella Duffy and podcasters Deserters among the authors taking part. The live...

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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...

Brixton company’s films on ignorance, hate and hope

https://youtu.be/ReTqT_32ay0 A young Brixton theatre company this week premiered One, a series of short films exploring race. Live streamed, One uses a combination of dance, drama, music and poetry...

Heroines – a great success

It’s difficult to make compelling theatre out of a monologue. But if last evening’s broadcast of the first part of the Heroines trilogy by...

Heroines – a new online production from the Jermyn Street Theatre

Phaedra was a princess in Greek mythology, half sister to the minotaur - half bull, half man - and kidnapped by her husband-to-be. If...

BRIXTON BLOG & BUGLE ART SHOW 2020

The waiting’s over. We have created the Brixton Blog & Bugle Art Show 2020 by the skin of our teeth. We had to abandon plans...