Things to do and see in Greenwich and Lewisham this summer

Things to do and see in Greenwich and Lewisham this summer

Eliza FrostMay 17, 2024

Get out and about town this May and experience everything from theatre and comedy to birdwatching and historical pub walks Mr Toad at Greenwich…

Tower block tenants slam council over ‘broken CCTV, faulty lifts and high rents’

Tower block tenants slam council over ‘broken CCTV, faulty lifts and high rents’

Social housing tenants have hit out at a South London council, claiming they’re dealing with broken CCTV, faulty lifts and high rents in their…

The head who took Streatham Wells, her neighbourhood school, and made it outstanding 

The head who took Streatham Wells, her neighbourhood school, and made it outstanding 

Joel DavisMay 8, 2024

A south London primary, where pupils attend book restaurants, grow and sell their own produce at Borough Market and go out and paint bollards…

Brockwell Music Trail 

Brockwell Music Trail 

Michael HollandApr 25, 2024

A Musical Adventure in the Heart of Brixton Brixton Chamber Orchestra (BCO), renowned for its innovative performances and commitment to community engagement, is proud…

Tales Told Through a Lens

Tales Told Through a Lens

Michael HollandApr 19, 2024

IWM London opens its first exhibition tomorrow of work by celebrated photojournalist, filmmaker and humanitarian, Tim Hetherington, marking the 13th anniversary of his death…

London Nail Bombings victims to come together to remember 25 years since attacks which rocked Brixton, Brick Lane and Soho

London Nail Bombings victims to come together to remember 25 years since attacks which rocked Brixton, Brick Lane and Soho

It was a warm late April’s evening in 1999. The Admiral Duncan pub on Old Compton Street in Soho was filling fast. Drinkers were…

Homeless London families marched on government offices and served housing secretary Michael Gove an ‘eviction notice’ 

Homeless London families marched on government offices and served housing secretary Michael Gove an ‘eviction notice’ 

Homeless London families marched on government offices and served housing secretary Michael Gove an eviction notice. Around 80 protesters from campaign group Housing Action Southwark…

Olympic Hip Hop at Sadler’s Wells

Olympic Hip Hop at Sadler’s Wells

Michael HollandApr 10, 2024

Created and emceed by UK hip hop maker and Breakin’ Convention Artistic Director Jonzi D, Breakin’ Convention Festival returns to Sadler’s Wells to celebrate…

Clean Break with Unfamous Women

Clean Break with Unfamous Women

Michael HollandApr 9, 2024

Women who dare to transgress will face judgement The Trials and Passions of Unfamous Women is a bold theatrical experiment that unpacks the experiences of…

Disabled mum and her ill husband slapped with £2,340 in incorrect fines in controversial low-traffic zone

Disabled mum and her ill husband slapped with £2,340 in incorrect fines in controversial low-traffic zone

A disabled mum and her ill husband have been slapped with £2,340 in incorrect fines by a council for driving in a controversial low-traffic…

Three South London councils paying outside organisations £10,000 per week or more to look after children in their care

Three South London councils paying outside organisations £10,000 per week or more to look after children in their care

Three South London councils are paying outside organisations £10,000 per week or more to look after children in their care. There were at least…

Street Songs: A Busker’s Tale is told at Camberwell’s Golden Goose

Street Songs: A Busker’s Tale is told at Camberwell’s Golden Goose

Michael HollandApr 2, 2024

Street Songs is a gut punch of humour and heartbreak with killer tunes audiences know and love. Making its world premiere at London’s Golden…