Lament of Urby Joey Holder at Crypt at St Nicholas’ Church, Deptford Green, SE8. Photo: PR

MUST DO: Deptford X

SE8’s annual arts festival is back this weekend with a new concept

23 Sep 2016

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A typical morning at the market. Photo: PR

MUST DO: food-fests in Brockley and Tooting

Brockley Market celebrates its 5th birthday. And Tootopia is back for another weekend of eating and boozing

22 Sep 2016

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There are just two weeks left to see the sunset at Frank’s rooftop bar, Peckham

If you’ve still never made the annual pilgrimage to south London’s most famous bar, what’s stopping you?

15 Sep 2016

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Bussey Building at night. Photo: Colin Tonks

MUST DO: Peckham Festival

Four days of cultural shenanigans take place in multiple venues across SE15 this weekend

07 Sep 2016

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Sara Cabe (centre) with students at Boqueria. Photo: SK

The story of the Hispanic community in Battersea

Stephanie Kennedy on how SW8 became a hub of all things Spanish

02 Sep 2016

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Maurice: prefers Camberwell to Tooting (at least at weekends). Photo: MC

Why I won’t move in with my girlfriend of 17 years

Maurice McCleod has been in his current relationship for the best part of two decades. So how come they don’t live together?

23 Aug 2016

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It twinkles by night. Photo: Numidie

Quick review: Numidie, Crystal Palace

A new series in which we sum up eateries in 5 key points. First, one of SE19’s longest running restaurants

18 Aug 2016

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Tooting Market. Photo: PR

Reader’s Guide: My Top 10 south London spots

The first of a new series in which you lot reveal where you prefer to hang out. First, blogger Alice May Purkiss

03 Aug 2016

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Scenes of joy: Sancho Panza carnival stage in full flow

Notting Hill Carnival’s soundsystem heroes party on… elsewhere

With Norman Jay appearing at Clapham’s new House of Common festival and Sancho Panza throwing their own out-of-town event, has the Carnival spirit departed west London?

09 Jul 2016

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Meg Rosoff and canine companion. Photo: PR

‘I fell in love with the Old Kent Road’: an interview with Meg Rosoff

A six-figure literary prize, millions of sales, a newly-bought loft apartment: what more could south London novelist Meg Rosoff want from life?

23 Jun 2016

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