#BlackHistoryMakers: Black History Month 2020

This October we wanted to celebrate the history that is currently being made, the Black people in our communities teaching, guiding, representing and uplifting each other. We celebrated groups and individuals local to us in Brixton and in our wider theatre community across London. Thank you to all the #BlackHistoryMakers! A few people were kind…


Brixton House has been awarded £250,000 as part of the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund (CRF) to help face the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic and to ensure they have a sustainable future, the Culture Secretary has announced today.

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Freelance Taskforce

Brixton House is sponsoring Joana Nastari to take part in the Freelance Task Force. Keep reading to find out more about the aims of the Taskforce and how to get in touch.

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An open letter to theatre and performance makers

This is a letter to self-employed and freelance theatre and performance makers in the UK. To the actors, playwrights, directors, choreographers, stage managers, designers, stage crews and set-builders to name just a few.

Black Lives Matter statement from Brixton House

Black Lives Matter. It is not just a hashtag or a convenient campaign slogan, but an urgent demand to eradicate generational trauma and mobilise for societal change. In order for our collective futures to flourish it is important to proclaim, Black Lives Matter.

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An open letter to the Culture Secretary

An open letter to the Culture Secretary from Black, Asian and ethnically diverse theatre Artistic Directors and Cultural leaders on the importance of protecting representation in the sector.

Brixton House Topping Out Ceremony

Brixton House Topping Out Ceremony

A topping out ceremony was held where a ceremonial bolt was inserted to the roof of the new Brixton House on Coldharbour Lane.