A restaurant in Southwark is hosting a pop-up exhibition to raise awareness about food wastage and its impact on the environment, writes Connor McLaughlin. OXO Tower Restaurant, Bar and Brasserie is using its space to showcase 14 prints by some of Europe’s most talented artists.
Shipwright is an atmospheric new venue located in the grounds of the historic Master Shipwright’s house near Deptford on the banks of the river Thames.
To mark the first anniversary of the release of her debut album Honey For Wounds, singer, songwriter and musician Ego Ella May is releasing a deluxe edition of the LP, on June 25
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The Streatham Food Festival is back for its 12th year celebrating the huge range of food on offer in Streatham’s local bars, cafes and restaurants. After a challenging year for independent eateries faced with both Covid and Brexit the festival will encourage food lovers to get back out and sample the delights on their doorstep.
A multidisciplinary artist has unveiled a large immersive installation in Greenwich. The artwork features a series of playful experiences – including hopscotch made from reclaimed car tyres and a crazy golf course.
“Have you ever found out some key fact about your life half way through?” asks comedian Gerard Harris, who was diagnosed with ADHD at the age of 40.
South London’s first arts festival of the year, Wandsworth Arts Fringe returns from June 25 to July 11, featuring street performances, circus, dance, music, theatre and more.
At a particularly challenging time for the arts, it is more important than ever to promote aspiring artists, which is exactly what new art project Beyond Boundaries aims to do, writes Charles Harrison
To celebrate the diverse and vibrant community of Lambeth, Brixton Village is launching a programme of cultural events later this month for Windrush Day, writes Connor McLaughlin.
As we reflect on the one-year anniversary of the killing of George Floyd, one playwright is live streaming a play to highlight race issues still present in 21st century Britain.
An Indie-folk band who played 220 free virtual shows over lockdown to boost fans morale are returning to play for a live audience at Southwark venue London Omeara on June 27.