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Join our next monthly Conversation on Visibility this October

As part of our Making Myself Visible programme, we're thrilled to announce the next online Conversations on Visibility will be on Tuesday 26 October at 6:30pm-7:45pm

New opportunity - Programme Assistant (Kickstart)

We're seeking a  Programme Assistant (Kickstart) to closely with Metroland Culture’s programme team to support the development and community of the Brent Biennial and Metroland University

Watch Fashioning our History - The Documentary

Watch Brent 2020 Culture Fund project, Fashioning Our History Documentary free & online

Booking now! The World Premiere of Zadie Smith’s debut play The Wife of Willesden

A play that celebrates the human knack for telling elaborate tales, especially about our own lives. Critically acclaimed, multi-award winning, best-selling author Zadie Smith makes her playwriting debut

Making Myself Visible – our inaugural programme launches

Metroland Cultures announces that Making Myself Visible, the inaugural programme for the charity giving a voice to people across the borough of Brent, will begin in mid September 2021

Adam Farah and Zeinab Saleh at Camden Art Centre

We're thrilled to announce two upcoming exhibitions at Camden Art Centre featuring our Metroland Studio artists: Adam Farah and Zeinab Saleh.

No Bass Like Home: The Story of Lover’s Rock

A special screening pays tribute to local hero, iconic filmmaker and friend of the Lexi Cinema, Menelik Shabazz

No Bass Like Home September Season

The Lexi Cinema will host a special film season in September paying tribute to the story of reggae in the borough of Brent.

Adam Farah at Camden Art Centre

Adam Farah, one of our Metroland Studio artists is opening his new solo exhibition ‘WHAT I'VE LEARNED FROM YOU AND MYSELF (PEAK MOMENTATIONS / INSIDE MY VELVET ROPE MIX)’ at Camden Art Centre, on Friday 10 September.