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Keep up with your local community via our Activities and Events Calendar. There is a massive variety of clubs, markets, courses, workshops and other fun activities popping up in London. Here’s the space to stay in the loop. Scroll through our monthly grid or download our Google calendar to directly add your favourite events to your schedule.


Want to learn a new skill? Meet some new friends? Looking for something to do this weekend? We got all the info to keep you involved.

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What's on this week


Traumascapes launch

5 May

Traumascapes is a survivor-led organisation dedicated to changing the ecosystem of trauma and creating new horizons for survivors through art and science. Join them to launch and celebrate this journey!

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IB THRIVE: Boost Your Branding

12 May

Impact Brixton's own in-house design team, Guess Design House, will lead a session on how to create effective design & branding.

This workshop will cover everything you need to consider to create an effective brand identity for your small business.


Repair & Refashion your clothes

16 May

Fast Fashion Therapy is a sewing workshop that encourages the repair, upcycling and remodelling of used clothes, looking to break our habit to always buy new. A workshop space that acts as a practical therapy for our collective addiction to fast fashion.

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Crystal Palace In Door Market

21 May

Meet Small businesses, creators, makers, artists under one roof. Traders will be selling a range of fabulous products from fashion, for women, men and children, jewellery, vintage, home decor, books, art illustration, prints, eco friendly face, body and hair products, delicious food, yummy cakes and so much more.

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Silent Film Night: Underground (1928, PG)

21 May

Turn the clock back a hundred years to the London of the roaring 1920’s for a tale of high drama on the silver screen! In the gothic surrounds of St Giles' Church watch Anthony Asquith’s subterranean tale of love, jealousy and murder accompanied by the Camberwell Community Choir and live, improvised piano music by Ashley Valentine.


Pexmas Spring Fling

7&8 May

A carefully selected and curated range of local independent businesses all focused on REjuvenating, REthinking, REusing and REsprucing this Spring!

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The Pocket: Peckham Theatre

12-14 May

Watch the premiere of this folk opera at Theatre Peckham. 

London – 1772. Street singer Sally Longtooth sings for her supper in Covent Garden, but high-class courtesan Harriot Lewis has loftier ambitions for the young beauty.

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Mental Health and the City

19 May

This joint DPU-IGP panel discussion invites debate across academia and policy about the relationship between mental health and cities. It inquires whether we can navigate and comprehend complex relationships between place, poverty, and marginalisation to identify specific elements of the urban realm as factors of mental ill-health.

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Networking and social, from London Bridge to Greenwich

21 May

Do you like the idea of making a difference, a positive impact in your own unique way?

If so, MaD is the right place for you! It's a friendly networking group with a mix of people from different backgrounds who have in common the intention of making a difference!

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IB THRIVE: Building Diverse & Inclusive Businesses

26 May

Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) is about creating real belonging and that means creating spaces where people are able to be authentically them, do their best work and reach their potential; which is exactly what you will learn in this live and interactive workshop.

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Prosperous minds

1, 15 & 29 June

Prosperous Minds, A space for both current and expectant fathers to meet and explore ideas around the concept of fatherhood. From navigating lifestyle & relationship changes to mental health awareness and so much more.

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Community Cafe

8 & 15 June

Calling all parents and carers of Black children in Lambeth!

This is an open and safe space for parents to discuss children’s mental health and wellbeing. Ensuring our children and young people have the support they need in managing their mental health challenges.

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Balance Festival

17-19 June

The UK’s leading fitness & wellness festival returns to London as world-class fitness trainers, top yogis and leading chefs come together to celebrate all things fitness, food and wellness.

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The Great Get Together

24-26 June

On the weekend closest to Jo Cox’s birthday - 24-26 June 2022 - ordinary people up and down the UK will unite their communities with Great Get Together events that bring people from different backgrounds together around a common cause.

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Camberwell Arts Festival

4-12 June

Annual festival celebrating the arts in Camberwell, and Camberwell through the arts.
Full agenda to be announced soon. Watch their website for more information.

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Performance Artist in Residence

10-12 June

The five-week residency will culminate in a live performance at the South London Gallery from 10-12 June 2022, exploring how the home structure speaks to our understanding of navigating communal space and a sense of belonging.

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Black Men's Mental Health

Starts 20 June

Black Males (young and old) wanted for a creative arts project that seeks to improve Black men's mental health & wellbeing and access to services.