A campaign to save the Streatham Hill Theatre has been backed by several notable figures following its 91st birthday. The
In its 24-year history, Totally Thames festival has never had to put on a programme quite like this. Due to
As the performing arts play understudy to the Coronavirus, we talk to artist Mr Gee about how damaging this is to the creative industry.
Attending a Catholic school, conservative morals central to life in the college, but traditional morals are always being questioned by
A Wimbledon-based artist will donate a percentage of the sales from her latest solo exhibition to charity. Jo Holdsworth will use
Artwork by Somali women will be featured in an exhibition at Battersea Power Station for two weeks from today. The
Organisers and volunteers at Wandsworth Arts Fringe (WAF) are gearing up for their most ambitious art festival yet from May
An award-winning playwright hopes her extremism-inspired play will help to challenge and dispel cultural stereotypes. Stephanie Silver, who lives in
“Well, that was a bit close to home,” a friend says as we leave one of several intimate VAULT Festival
Leaders of Merton’s London Borough of Culture bid embarked on a road trip to reveal the area’s rich cultural history.
Ex-Kooks drummer Paul Garred revealed a trip to see rock musical The Quentin Dentin Show in Kingston inspired him to