Film & Theatre

Film & Theatre

A wander through Camberwell’s theatrical history

SE5 once thronged with music halls and attracted big-name celebrities to live locally, says Michael Armstrong


Review: The American Plan, St James Theatre

A sharp right hook to the mores and morals of America’s gilded mid-century It’s a hot summer in the Catskill Mountains, some time in the …


Pinboard 4 July 2013: Bad boys do good, the Royal Court’s return to Peckham and an exciting addition to SW9

Camberwell: Sheep’s Brains and Fried Cucumbers Strange name for an art exhibition? Not when you know that the artwork, by southeast Londoner Gabriela Szulman, was inspired …


Mini Pinboard: Frank’s returns to Peckham, Camberwell shows off and Crystal Palace does its own Glasto

1. Peckham: Frank’s is back In case you hadn’t been counting the days, this weekend Frank’s Café and Campari Bar on the roof of Peckham’s …


Review: Knackerman at the White Bear Theatre Club, Kennington

It’s a clever concept: take a hard-to-solve 1950s crime, with a spider-web of deaths in its wake – and imagine the departed could talk. Though, …


Pinboard Extra: Peckham arts festival at the Bussey Building

MOBO-award winning hip hop artist Akala, above, is just one of the acts performing at the first ever Big Noise festival, a 14-hour music and …


Free evening? Visit one of south London’s secret cinemas

Earlier this week, our north of the river sister site, Kentishtowner, tapped into a hot topic in their neck of the woods: KT has no …


Pinboard 16 May: get ‘spirited away’ in Brockwell Park, grab gourmet hotdogs in SE1 and hear some sweet, sweet beats in Brixton

1. Brixton: Hollie Cook hits Plan B tonight The musical vibe at Brixton’s Plan B tonight is determinedly sun-kissed. We love Hollie Cook’s sweet, old-school …


Pinboard Extra: preview – Things We Want at the White Bear Theatre

Things We Want, by Jonathan Marc Sherman and just opened for a short run at the White Bear Theatre in Kennington has somewhat of an …


Pinboard: The Stone Roses come to south London, free food for a decade and arts under the arches

Shane Meadows does the Stone Roses – in Brixton (and Clapham and Greenwich) “It takes time for people to fall in love with ya,” says …