A free exhibition to celebrate the presence of Black communities in the borough over the last 350 years.  Hosted at Lambeth Town Hall the show features the work of the photographer Harry Jacobs which provides an extraordinary visual record of the Black community in Brixton between the 1950s and the 1990s, and also uncovers the lives of black people living in Lambeth in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries using parish registers, poor law records and other documents from Lambeth Archives.

5 June – 5 July, Monday-Friday 9am to 6pm, and Saturday 22 June; 10-5pm, Lambeth Town Hall.  Curator talk; Monday 1July at 6.30pm, places are limited, to book please email: Artsweb@lambeth.gov.uk