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After the riots in 1982 more attention was paid to Brixton’s socioeconomic difficulties and its need for a voice.In response Lambeth Council commissioned a series of eye-catching murals by local artists.Although the lower seating was removed when the cinema was converted in the 70s, a lot of the original neo-Renaissance details remain, like a proscenium arch, false loggia, balustrade and Corinthian columns.Name a famous rock act, from the Clash to the White Stripes, Bob Dylan and the Sex Pistols, and they’ll have played the Brixton Academy.And although the Afro-Caribbean community is still front and centre, the market is even more international and has over 130 independent traders.
The paintings are labelled on Google Maps, so you can take a tour through Brixton’s not so distant past.
Let’s explore the best things to do in Brixton: Where South Brixton, Herne Hill and Tulse Hill all meet is a graceful Victorian park that has held onto its 19th-century layout.
Brockwell Park is on a rise and has romantic views of the London skyline.
Like any working class area in London Brixton once had an edge, but in April 1981 this place earned particular notoriety as the scene of a riot brought about by inequality and unemployment.
On the flipside Brixton has also always been cool, diverse, creative and full of fun, with some of the best live music venues in London and some of its wildest nightspots.
All events organised by The Kickback https:// - For more events and information; click here This group is for African-Caribbean and those of Mixed-Heritage interested in meeting like-minded professional in London or surrounding UK areas. THIS IS NOT a group for those who seek to not attend any type of meet ups.