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Brixton virtual reality tour ‘a magical experience’

The creators of a stunning virtual reality tour of Brixton are delighted to announce a new home for the exhibition after audiences flocked to...

Black British satire – a new frontier

Gargie Ahmad talks to Nels Abbey about his debut novel Think Like a White Man, and using satire to highlight racism in Britain today A...
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Ovalhouse final Kennington performances to break down walls

Anetha Sivanathan surveys the final season of Lambeth’s historic theatre, Ovalhouse, before its move from its home of 50 years to Brixton   For its last...

A play for today – political, topical and hard-hitting

Leslie Manasseh talks to writer Anders Lustgarten and director Suzann McLean about their new play that explores an increasingly contentious issue Ten traumatised students are...

West End star unveils new performing arts school in Brixton

A star of London’s West End has opened a Make Believe performing arts school in Brixton, teaching singing, dancing and acting classes to children...

Othello Remixed packs a real punch

  As the title suggests, this is not Shakespeare for traditionalists. The new production of Othello at Clapham's Omnibus Theatre is a bold reinvention of...

Brockwell Park Cross The Tracks festival 2020 announces first acts

The second Cross The Tracks one-day festival in Brockwell Park on Sunday 7 June next year is set to repeat last year’s winning mix...