A French singer-songwriter has released his first studio album in English after feeling the need to counter the language-barrier-induced loneliness and connect with his English- speaking neighbours.
It’s time to be one of the pillage, people. And the latest Assassin’s Creed release is Norse-y but nice. Okay, I promise I’ll leave the puns there. For anyone was has previous played Ubisoft’s popular series, then you’ll know the drill. And I’ve got no axe to grind about that. No, quite on the contrary, I need to sharpen it. And my dagger. And my spear.
South London’s most creative music is thriving despite the handicaps caused by lockdown. Here MELISSA Kasule picks a selection of up-and-coming artists who could make an impact in 2021.
A documentary about the last five hours of a man’s life before he was made homeless has picked up a number of awards on the film festival circuit.
A postgraduate student has beaten 1,600 other entries to win a prize for his first novel, which was completed during lockdown. Joe Pierson’s book ‘Helen and the Fires’ tells the story of a woman who quits her job to write, only to become caught up in a series of climate change related suicides.
The Deserter, a not-very-dynamic duo with aspirations to slouch, are legends – but possibly for all the wrong reasons. Deserter is an aspirational website for those with a predilection for doing eff all.
A Brixton-born 13-year-old has this year become the youngest ever actor to win an International EMMY award. Billy Barratt won best performance by an actor for his role in the BBC2 drama Responsible Child, making him the youngest ever recipient of the award.
Famous faces are starring in a Christmas film written in one week and filmed in 12 days, after a string of cancellations for its playwright Michael Head.
A new film festival is celebrating South London’s community of creatives and film-makers. The South London Film Festival is set to open next Sunday at 7pm and will showcase some of the best short films made this year.
World Heart Beat Music Academy welcomes you to a truly magical online Christmas Concert consisting of two special, live-streamed performances filmed from our academy direct into your living room.
A chance encounter has led to mild mannered Pimlico plumber Greg McGrath releasing a charity version of the yuletide classic ‘White Christmas’ to raise money for a homeless charity.
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