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Blue Story will change the way we view crime drama

Ruby Gregory watches Blue Story, the new film that got publicity for the wrong reason From YouTube to Paramount Pictures, Rapman (Andrew Onwubolu) has been...

‘Don’t forget about us – and don’t forget about books’

Simone Richardson talks to Liyah Leoni about her creation The Wave, and why she launched it in Brixton library The Wave is a showcase for LGBTQ+ writers...
Children from the video for Round Table Books talking about what they love in books

Books that young readers love

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Ladylikes – They’re dissecting modern anxieties in Brixton

Female comedy duo, Ladylikes, launch their comedy night Sketchy Ladies at the Ritzy, Brixton in January. Phoebe Batteson-Brown and Miztli Rose, met in 2017...

Something for the kids

Clapham Omnibus theatre is the setting for the latest version of The Little Prince – the fantasy morality tale penned by a French aristocrat...

Ovalhouse’s final Kennington performance 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...

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...